Tijana Vujosevic

Assistant Professor

Research Classification

Research Interests

History and theory of architecture
Modern period, with special expertise in art and architecture of socialism

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Publications

  • Homage to the Sad Space Bitch (2020)
    Thresholds ,
  • Review of Anson Rabinbach, The Eclipse of Utopias of Labour (2019)
    Thesis Eleven,
  • The Everyday as the Soviet Gesamtkunstwerk (2019)
    Thesis Eleven,
  • Of Animals and Seas: Menageries as Representations of Yugoslav Global and Local Space in the Cold War Era’ (2018)
    Cultural Geographies,
  • Review of Adam Sharr and Stephen Thornton, Demolishing Whitehall: Leslie Martin, Harold Wilson and the Architecture of White Heat (2018)
    Architectural History,
  • Modernism and the Making of the Soviet New Man (2017)
    Manchester University Press,
  • ’I am Barbarogenius’: Yugoslav Avant-garde and the Limits of Performativity (2016)
    Slavic and East European Journal,
  • The Communist Egosphere (2015)
    Dom Narkomfin,
  • The Flying Proletarian: Soviet Citizens at the Thresholds of Utopia (2015)
    Grey Room,
  • Frank Lloyd Wright, Ayn Rand, and Hyper-Capitalist Utopia (2014)
    Serbian Architectural Journal,
  • Review of Martino Stierli, ‘Las Vegas in the Rearview Mirror: The city in Theory, Photography and Film (2014)
    Architectural Histories,
  • Living Efficiently (2013)
    Open: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand,
  • Soviet Modernity and the Aesthetics of Gleam: The Moscow Metro in Collective Construction Histories (2013)
    Journal of Design History,
  • Tahiti Redesigned: A Tale of Hyper-Sustainability (2013)
    Thresholds,
  • The Soviet Banya and the Mass-Production of Hygiene (2013)
    Architectural Histories,
  • Problemy prostranstva sovetskogo byta 20-ih I 30-ih godov v zapadnoy istoriografii [Problems of the Space of Soviet Everyday Life in Western Historiography] (2009)
 
 

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