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Author Judin, Hilton.
Title Falling Monuments, Reluctant Ruins : The Persistence of the Past in the Architecture of Apartheid.
Publisher Johannesburg : Wits University Press, 2021.
Copyright date ©2021.
Edition 1st ed.



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Contents Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part One: Lands -- 1 Land Dispossession and the Ghosts of the Medupi Power Station -- 2 A Community Journey: Return to Juliwe Cemetery in Roodepoort, Johannesburg -- 3 Public Memory and Transformation at Constitution Hill and Gandhi Square in Johannesburg -- 4 Ejaradini: Notes Towards Modelling Black Gardens as a Response to the Coloniality of Museums -- Part Two: Buildings -- 5 Johannesburg Central Police Station and the Photograph as Evidence -- 6 The Persistence of Robben Island: Abolition and the Prison Museum -- 7 The Apartheid Pass Office in Johannesburg and a Heritage of Destruction -- 8 Indian Trading, Art Deco Buildings and Urban Modernity in a Segregated Town: Jubilee House in Krugersdorp -- 9 An Uncertain Heritage and Resistance: Transforming the Drill Hall in Johannesburg -- Part Three: Statues, As Monuments -- 10 Creating Spaces of Memorialisation: New Delville Wood (France) and SS Mendi (South Africa) -- 11 Re-historicising Credo Mutwa's Kwa Khaya Lendaba Cultural Village in Soweto -- 12 Facing (Down) the Coloniser? The Mandela Statue at Cape Town's City Hall -- 13 'Where's Our Monument?' Commemorating Indian Indentured Labour in South Africa -- 14 Decolonisation, Monuments, and a New Architectural Language -- Contributors -- Index.
ISBN 9781776146703 (electronic bk.)
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Author Judin, Hilton.
Alt author Ballim, Faeeza.
Elleh, Nnamdi.
Gaule, Sally.
Gillespie, Kelly.
Hlongwane, Ali Khangela.
Weber, Tara.
Itzkin, Eric.
Lissoni, Arianna.
Dadoo, Roshan.
Descript 1 online resource (300 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Edition 1st ed.
Contents Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part One: Lands -- 1 Land Dispossession and the Ghosts of the Medupi Power Station -- 2 A Community Journey: Return to Juliwe Cemetery in Roodepoort, Johannesburg -- 3 Public Memory and Transformation at Constitution Hill and Gandhi Square in Johannesburg -- 4 Ejaradini: Notes Towards Modelling Black Gardens as a Response to the Coloniality of Museums -- Part Two: Buildings -- 5 Johannesburg Central Police Station and the Photograph as Evidence -- 6 The Persistence of Robben Island: Abolition and the Prison Museum -- 7 The Apartheid Pass Office in Johannesburg and a Heritage of Destruction -- 8 Indian Trading, Art Deco Buildings and Urban Modernity in a Segregated Town: Jubilee House in Krugersdorp -- 9 An Uncertain Heritage and Resistance: Transforming the Drill Hall in Johannesburg -- Part Three: Statues, As Monuments -- 10 Creating Spaces of Memorialisation: New Delville Wood (France) and SS Mendi (South Africa) -- 11 Re-historicising Credo Mutwa's Kwa Khaya Lendaba Cultural Village in Soweto -- 12 Facing (Down) the Coloniser? The Mandela Statue at Cape Town's City Hall -- 13 'Where's Our Monument?' Commemorating Indian Indentured Labour in South Africa -- 14 Decolonisation, Monuments, and a New Architectural Language -- Contributors -- Index.
ISBN 9781776146703 (electronic bk.)
Author Judin, Hilton.
Alt author Ballim, Faeeza.
Elleh, Nnamdi.
Gaule, Sally.
Gillespie, Kelly.
Hlongwane, Ali Khangela.
Weber, Tara.
Itzkin, Eric.
Lissoni, Arianna.
Dadoo, Roshan.

Descript 1 online resource (300 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part One: Lands -- 1 Land Dispossession and the Ghosts of the Medupi Power Station -- 2 A Community Journey: Return to Juliwe Cemetery in Roodepoort, Johannesburg -- 3 Public Memory and Transformation at Constitution Hill and Gandhi Square in Johannesburg -- 4 Ejaradini: Notes Towards Modelling Black Gardens as a Response to the Coloniality of Museums -- Part Two: Buildings -- 5 Johannesburg Central Police Station and the Photograph as Evidence -- 6 The Persistence of Robben Island: Abolition and the Prison Museum -- 7 The Apartheid Pass Office in Johannesburg and a Heritage of Destruction -- 8 Indian Trading, Art Deco Buildings and Urban Modernity in a Segregated Town: Jubilee House in Krugersdorp -- 9 An Uncertain Heritage and Resistance: Transforming the Drill Hall in Johannesburg -- Part Three: Statues, As Monuments -- 10 Creating Spaces of Memorialisation: New Delville Wood (France) and SS Mendi (South Africa) -- 11 Re-historicising Credo Mutwa's Kwa Khaya Lendaba Cultural Village in Soweto -- 12 Facing (Down) the Coloniser? The Mandela Statue at Cape Town's City Hall -- 13 'Where's Our Monument?' Commemorating Indian Indentured Labour in South Africa -- 14 Decolonisation, Monuments, and a New Architectural Language -- Contributors -- Index.
Alt author Ballim, Faeeza.
Elleh, Nnamdi.
Gaule, Sally.
Gillespie, Kelly.
Hlongwane, Ali Khangela.
Weber, Tara.
Itzkin, Eric.
Lissoni, Arianna.
Dadoo, Roshan.
ISBN 9781776146703 (electronic bk.)

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