Books Launching: "The Shape of the City" and "The Mediterranean Question"
17th October 2017, DECivil Museum, Técnico– University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
DATE: 17/10/2017
The books "The Shape of the City" and "The Mediterranean Question" (ed. Ana Tostões, Lisboa, IST Press, 2017) will be launched in the DECivil Museum (Museu do Departamento de Engenharia Civil, Arquitectura e Georrecursos) Técnico– University of Lisbon (IST), in 17th October, 18h00.

These two volumes materialize the 2016 PhD Architecture Week lectures organized by the PhD Programme in Architecture of IST. 

The books will be presented by Prof. Teresa Barata Salgueiro (Full Professor at the IGOT-UL - Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Lisbon). The session will also count with the participation of Prof. Pedro Lourtie (IST Press Director), Profs. Ana Tostões, Teresa Heitor e João Vieira Caldas (IST PhD Programme in Architecture) and the PhD students Mafalda Pacheco and João Santa Rita.

THE SHAPE OF THE CITY
(ed. Ana Tostões, Lisboa, IST Press, 2017)

Index
"Teaching how to think intensively and think critically" by Ana Tostões, João Vieira Caldas e Teresa Heitor
"Editorial: The Shape of the City" by Ana Tostões
"The Shape of the City: A Methodological Proposal" by Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani
"Saving Modern Chicago" by Sarah Whiting
"Negotiating Modernism: Reports from Casablanca and Chandigarh" by Tom Avermaete
"Modernity, Gender and the City" by Hilde Heynen

THE MEDITERRANEAN QUESTION
(ed. Ana Tostões, Lisboa, IST Press, 2017)

Index
"Learning from Nostrum" by Ana Tostões, João Vieira Caldas e Teresa Heitor
"Mediterraneus - The Inland" by Ana Tostões
"Sincretismo Mediterráneo en el Arte y Arquitectura de España Durante la Primera Década del Siglo XX" by Antonio Pizza
"Ideas Sobre Casas Mediterráneas en España. La Contribución de Rudofsky entre Sert y Coderch" by Antonio Pizza
"Vaulted Houses of Fuzeta" by Mafalda Batista Pacheco
"Construir com o Clima em Portugal, 1955-1974: Casa Keil do Amaral, Alporchinhos, Algarve" by João Santa Rita
"Exotic, Beautiful, Oddly Modernist": The Algarve, A Mediterranean Riddle on The Atlantic" by Ricardo Agarez

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