Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung 70 (2021), 4

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Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung 70 (2021), 4
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Designing the New East. Architecture, Spatial, and Urban Planning in Poland under German Occupation, 1939–1945

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Christoph Schutte, Wissenschaftsforum, Herder-Institut für historische Ostmitteleuropaforschung - Institut der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft

Soeben ist Heft 4/2021 der Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung / Journal of East Central European Studies erschienen. Es handelt sich um das von Małgorzata Popiołek-Roßkamp und Annika Wienert hrsg. Themenheft „Designing the New East. Architecture, Spatial, and Urban Planning in Poland under German Occupation, 1939–1945“.

Aus der Einleitung:
"The scope of this topic links the history of architecture to economic and political, as well as ideological aspects of National Socialism, and also entangles it with the persecution and exploitation of the Polish civilian population as well as the Holocaust. Consequently, the contributions in this volume reveal the architects and town planners (independently of their conscious intentions) as conveyers of National Socialist ideology and as important actors in the colonization of the East. This topic also transcends the Nazi period when one considers the pronounced continuities which inhere in the theory and practice of the architectural profession in general and especially in the uninterruptedness of most of the protagonists’ careers. This applies to post-war Germany and Poland—with little research having been conducted so far on the Polish architects. Ultimately, this is a complex topic with far-reaching connections to research questions that lie outside the history of architecture. Against this backdrop, for a comprehensive analysis of the complex roles which architecture, town planning, and spatial planning played in the conquest of the East, we most assuredly need to combine research approaches from various disciplines."



Annika Wienert: Planning and Building in Occupied Poland: The Architecture of National Socialism as a Multidisciplinary Research Field (515–553)


Christhardt Henschel: New Construction or Reconstruction: Town Planning in the Administrative District of Zichenau (1939–1945) (555–582)
Aleksandra Paradowska: Architectural Competitions as an Avenue of Promotion in the “New Ger-man East” (583–608)
Hanna Grzeszczuk-Brendel: Heim and Heimat—Poznań during the Second World War as a Starting Point for Possible Paths of Interpretation (609–627)
Anja Wiese: The Propaganda Exhibition “The Beautiful Town—Entschandelung and Design”: Stops in the “German East”, 1940–1942 (629–661)
Małgorzata Popiołek-Roßkamp: Architects in the General Government: Activities, Reckoning, Memory (663–688)
Wojciech Wółkowski: Architecture in Warsaw, 1939–1944 (689–708)
Ewa Perlińska-Kobierzyńska: Warsaw’s Architectural Community during the 1939–1944 German Occupation (709–732)
Oliver Werner: Contaminated Science: The Contribution of German Spatial Research to the Geno-cide of the European Jews (733–752)


Anna Aurast: Fremde, Freunde, Feinde. Rez.: Martin Koschny (753–755)
Interregna im mittelalterlichen Europa. Rez.: Martin Kaufhold (755–756)
Transottomanica – Osteuropäisch-osmanisch-persische Mobilitätsdynamiken. Rez.: Vivian Strot-mann (757–758)
David Biale, David Assaf, Benjamin Brown, Uriel Gellman, Samuel C. Heilman, Moshe Rosman, Gadi Sagiv, Marcin Wodziński: Hasidism. Rez.: Grażyna Jurewicz (758–761)
Joanna Nalewajko-Kulikov: A Citizen of Yiddishland. Rez.: Klaus-Peter Friedrich (761–763)
Daniel Mahla: Orthodox Judaism and the Politics of Religion. Rez.: Stefanie Mahrer (763–764)

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