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Sources of regionalism in the nineteenth century: architecture, art and literature

Linda Van Santvoort UGent, Jan De Maeyer UGent and Tom Verschaffel (2008) KADOC ARTES 9. 1.
abstract
Architectural concepts and styles seem to flourish from the most local of contexts to the global. This book investigates the regional, often coneived today as a late nineteenth-century phenomenon, primarily on account of the preservation and restoration movements that arose. An interdisciplinary approach to regionalism, as manifested not only in architecture but also in art and literature, necessitates a more thorough examination of the complexity and multilayered quality of the phenomenon. The research is limited in time to the nineteenth century plus the years leading up to the First World War, and in place to Western Europe, with an emphasis on Belgium, France and England, and to a lesser extent on the Netherlands, Germany and Spain.
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editor
UGent, UGent and Tom Verschaffel
organization
year
type
bookEditor
publication status
published
subject
keyword
Cultural History/ Architecture/ art/ regionlism/ identity
series title
KADOC ARTES 9
volume
1
pages
200 pages
publisher
Leuven University Press
place of publication
Leuven
ISBN
9789058676498
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
B3
id
1173016
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1173016
date created
2011-02-27 13:24:55
date last changed
2015-06-17 09:28:22
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  abstract     = {Architectural concepts and styles seem to flourish from the most local of contexts to the global. This book investigates the regional, often coneived today as a late nineteenth-century phenomenon, primarily on account of the preservation and restoration movements that arose. An interdisciplinary approach to regionalism, as manifested not only in architecture but also in art and literature, necessitates a more thorough examination of the complexity and multilayered quality of the phenomenon. The research is limited in time to the nineteenth century plus the years leading up to the First World War, and in place to Western Europe, with an emphasis on Belgium, France and England, and to a lesser extent on the Netherlands, Germany and Spain.},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {200},
  publisher    = {Leuven University Press},
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  title        = {Sources of regionalism in the nineteenth century: architecture, art and literature},
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Chicago
Van Santvoort, Linda, Jan De Maeyer, and Tom Verschaffel, eds. 2008. “Sources of Regionalism in the Nineteenth Century: Architecture, Art and Literature.” KADOC ARTES 9. Leuven: Leuven University Press.
APA
Van Santvoort, L., De Maeyer, J., & Verschaffel, T. (Eds.). (2008). Sources of regionalism in the nineteenth century: architecture, art and literature. KADOC ARTES 9. Leuven: Leuven University Press.
Vancouver
1.
Van Santvoort L, De Maeyer J, Verschaffel T, editors. Sources of regionalism in the nineteenth century: architecture, art and literature. KADOC ARTES 9. Leuven: Leuven University Press; 2008.
MLA
Van Santvoort, Linda, Jan De Maeyer, and Tom Verschaffel, eds. “Sources of Regionalism in the Nineteenth Century: Architecture, Art and Literature.” KADOC ARTES 9 2008 : n. pag. Print.