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IWW Author(s): Passerini, Luisa, 1941-
Other Authors: Tafuri, Manfredo
Edition Title: La storia come progetto
Alternate Title: History as a Project
Place of Publication: Los Angeles
Publisher: Oral History Program, University of California, Los Angeles, and the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities
Year of Publication: 1993
Description: xvi, 145 leaves, bound, ports., 28 cm.
Language: Italian
Notes: Transcript of a 3.5-hour interview completed under the auspices of the UCLA Oral History Program. Audio recordings also may be accessed in the UCLA Department of Special Collections by special arrangement. The interview, conducted entirely in Italian, contains an in-depth discussion of the principal events of Tafuri's life. Topics covered include education, religion and his interest in psychoanalysis. He discusses his long struggle for a new approach to academic education and his concept of the history of architecture. In addition, the discussion covers the intellectual activities in the 1960s and 1970s and the circumstances surrounding the writing and publication of several of his books.
Genre: Interview, conversation
Subjects: Educators -- Interviews.; Tafuri, Manfredo, interviewee.; Argan, Giulio Carlo.; Asor, Rosa, Alberto.; Cacciari, Massino.; Marx, Karl., Portoghesi, Paolo.; Zavi, Bruno.; Oral histories.
OCLC Accession No.: 39482138
Edition Code: E64152-01
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