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Reconsidering Postmodernism

Reconsidering Postmodernism
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I: Opening Conference Remarks
'I: Opening Conference Remarks' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and University of…
II: Setting The Scene: What is Postmodernism?
'II: Setting The Scene: What is Postmodernism?' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame…
III: Politics, Economics and Post Modernism
'III: Politics, Economics and Post Modernism' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and…
IV: Postmodernism Before Postmodernism: Ernesto N. Rogers and the Ideal of Continuity
'IV: Postmodernism Before Postmodernism: Ernesto N. Rogers and the Ideal of Continuity' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at…
V: The Architect's Eye: Postmodernism and Architectural Education
'V: The Architect's Eye: Postmodernism and Architectural Education' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre…
VI: Whose Postmodernism? Venturi/Scott Brown and the Transatlantic Architectural Exchange
'VI: Whose Postmodernism? Venturi/Scott Brown and the Transatlantic Architectural Exchange' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University…
VII: Postmodernism and the Media
'VII: Postmodernism and the Media' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and University…
VIII: From Bauhaus to our House: 30th Anniversary Comments
'VIII: From Bauhaus to our House: 30th Anniversary Comments' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of…
IX: Postmodernism: Looking Back
'IX: Postmodernism: Looking Back' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and University of…
X: Day Two Opening Remarks
'X: Day Two Opening Remarks' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and University…
XI: Film Interview: Denise Scott Brown
'XI: Film Interview: Denise Scott Brown' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and…
XII: Utopias Ghost: Postmodernism Reconsidered
'XII: Utopias Ghost: Postmodernism Reconsidered' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and University…
XIII: Postmodernism and Urbanism
'XIII: Postmodernism and Urbanism' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and University of…
XIV: Postmodernism Ingenuity: The One Hundred and Five Orders of Architecture
'XIV: Postmodernism Ingenuity: The One Hundred and Five Orders of Architecture' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the…
XV: The Return of Tradition: Recovering Syntax and Craft
'XV: The Return of Tradition: Recovering Syntax and Craft' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of…
XVI: The Ironic Imperative: Postmodern Architecture
'XVI: The Ironic Imperative: Postmodern Architecture' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and…
XVII: Film Interview: Vincent Scully
'XVII: Film Interview: Vincent Scully' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and University…
XVIII: Postmodernism: The Aftermath
'XVIII: Postmodernism: The Aftermath' is part of a series of films from Checkerboard Film Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Schools of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and University of…

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