September, 1993

Consulting Editor

Robert Mugerauer

Assistant Managing Editor

Peter Tavernise

Table of Contents 

  • Introduction: Learning to Dwell

    by Robert Mugerauer

  • Dwelling, Archetype, and Ideology

    by Kimberly Dovey

  • On Patios and Fireplaces: Building, Dwelling, and Order

    by Enrique Larranaga

  • Representation and Respite:

    The Interior and Women's Domestic Work in the Nineteenth Century

    by Kirsten Belgum

  • Domesticating the World: Nature and Culture in the Victorian Home

    by Cynthia A. Brandimarte

  • Building the World of Tomorrow:

    Regional Visions, Modern Community Housing,

    and America's Postwar Urban Expansion

    by Greg Hise

  • The Corner Store of Galveston: A Family's Residence, A Neighborhood's Parlor

    by Ellen Beasley

  • Creating a Sense of Community: Low-Income Urban Neighborhoods in Lima, Peru

    by Henry A. Dietz

  • The Concepts of Natural and Artificial Production in Architecture

    by Marc M. Angélil

8th issue of CAAD's Center series