German Architecture and its Changing Past – Part 1

Lecture date: 2001-02-10

Reunification has created urban and architectural problems concerning the nature of Germany and its past. This conference concentrates upon two acute aspects of this situation – the urban centre of Berlin and the continuing controversies about the representation of the Holocaust.

Mark Cousins – Introduction.

Werner Sewing – Architecture as Collective Amnesia: The German Debates since 1945



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