Vol. 37, 2016, no. 2, Constructed Identities

Constructed Identities takes you on a trip through Europe and a little beyond — a journey through space, as well as time. The issue (edited by Rosa te Velde) explores a selection of case studies to consider the selective uses of history in heritage, and it puts forth alternative approaches to question established definitions of identity. Featuring articles by Lila Athanasiadou, Isa Fahrenholz and Svenja Binz, Abla elBahrawy, Arna Mackic, Katinka de Jonge, and interviews with Jennifer Tosch and Wendelien van Oldenborgh. Artworks by Guy Köningstein, and on the cover a drawing by the Georgian artist Lado Darakhvelidze.

p. 3 Editorial / Rosa te Velde

p. 7 The Caucasian History Book / Lado Darakhvelidze

p. 8 Every Wall is a Negotiation; Every Line is an Interface / Lila Athanasiadou

p. 20 Myth Rasa Potsdamer Platz / Isa Fahrenholz & Svenja Binz

p. 31 Challenging Innocent Heritage Narratives: An Interview with Jennifer Tosch / Rosa te Velde

p. 40 Voices in the West Bank / Abla elBahrawy

p. 52 Memories of the Future / Arna Mačkić

p. 66 Nagele by Nagele: Crossing the Limits of a Plan / Katinka de Jonge

p. 82 Architecture and Multivocality: An Interview with Wendelien van Oldenborgh / Roel Griffioen

p. 92 Abstracts