National Library of Estonia
June 13–16


Thursday June 14 2018

  • 14.30–17.15
    Spaces for children as ‘citizens of the future’ in the service of 20th century political ideologies. Cupola Hall (Kuppelsaal)

    From social spaces to training fields: Changes in design theory of the children’s public sphere in Hungary in the first half of the 20th century
    Luca Csepely-Knorr, Manchester School of Architecture
    Maria Klagyivik, independent scholar


    Constructing Childhood: The Development of the Summer Camp in the Fascist Era
    Stephanie Pilat, The University of Oklahoma
    Paolo Sanza, Oklahoma State University


    Building Soviet Childhood
    Juliet Koss, Scripps College


    Spaces of Empowerment: Architecture of Israeli Youth Villages, 1930-1960
    Ziv Leibu, Technicon- Israel Institute of Technology


    Educating a ‘Creative Class’: Anti-Disciplinary School Architecture in the Early 1970s
    Anthony Raynsford, San Jose State University