Table of contents for Histories of the immediate present : inventing architectural modernism / Anthony Vidler.

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Table of Contents
Foreword: Peter Eisenman
Preface and Acknowledgements
Chapter 1.	Neo-Classical Modernism: Emil Kaufmann
Neoclassicism and Autonomy
From Kant to Le Corbusier
Structural Analysis
From Kaufmann to Johnson and Rossi
Chapter 2.	Mannerist Modernism: Colin Rowe
An English Palladio
Diagramming Palladio
Inventing Modernism
The End of Modernism
Modernist Mannerism: Stirling
Chapter 3.	Futurist Modernism: Reyner Banham
Modern Picturesque
Historicism versus Functionalism
Functionalist Modernism
Futurism Redux
Theories and Design
Program, Science, and History
¿Une Architecture Autre¿
Towards an [LA] Architecture
Cultural Ecologies
Chapter 4.	Renaissance Modernism: Manfredo Tafuri
History, Operative and Instrumental
Architect and Historian
Revising History
The Eclipse and Rise of History
Ideology and Utopia
Epilogue: 	Postmodern or Posthistoire?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Modern movement (Architecture).
Architecture -- Historiography.
Architectural criticism -- Europe -- History -- 20th century.