Table of contents for American architectural history : a contemporary reader / edited by Keith L. Eggener.

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List of Figures
A. Staking Claim, Shaping Space
1. John R. Stilgoe
National Design: Mercantile Cities and the Grid
2. Peter Nabokov and Robert Easton
Determinants of Form in Native American Architecture
3. Marc Treib
Church Design and Construction in Spanish New Mexico
4. Dell Upton
Space: Parish Churches, Courthouses, and Dwellings in Colonial Virginia
B. Building the Republic
5. John Michael Vlach
The Plantation Landscape
6. Mary N. Woods
The First Professional: Benjamin Henry Latrobe
7. W. Barksdale Maynard
The Greek Revival: Americanness, Politics and Economics
8. Gwendolyn Wright
Independence and the Rural Cottage
C. Materialism and Mediation in the Gilded Age
9. Kenneth Ames
First Impressions: Front Halls and Hall Furnishings in Victorian America
10. Daniel Bluestone
"A City under One Roof," Chicago Skyscrapers, 1880-1895
11. Mona Domosh
Creating New York's Nineteenth-Century Retail District
12. Richard Guy Wilson
Architecture and the Reinterpretation of the Past in the American Renaissance
D. Visions of a New Era: Seeing Self, Seeing Others, Being Seen
13. Robert Rydell
A Cultural Frankenstein? The Chicago World's Columbian Exposition of 1893
14. James F. O'Gorman
The Prairie House
15. Anthony Alofsin
Wright, Influence, and the World at Large
16. Margaret Kentgens-Craig
The Search For Modernity: America, the International Style, and the Bauhaus
E. Shifting Scenes: Modernism and Postmodernism
17. Alice Friedman
People Who Live in Glass Houses: Edith Farnsworth, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Philip Johnson
18. Joan Ockman
Mirror Images: Technology, Consumption, and the Representation of Gender in American Architecture Since World War II
19. Katherine Bristol
The Pruitt-Igoe Myth
20. Neil Levine
Robert Venturi and "The Return of Historicism"
21. Mary McLeod
The Battle for the Monument: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial
F. The City in Question
22. Michael Sorkin
Introduction: Variations on a Theme Park
23. Mike Davis
Fortress Los Angeles
24. Marc Spiegler
Planes of Existence: Chicago and O'Hare International Airport

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Architecture United States History