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In Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy, Brian L. McLaren examines the architecture of the late-Fascist era in relation to the various racial constructs that emerged following the occupation of Ethiopia in 1936 and intensified during the wartime. This study is conducted through a wide-ranging investigation of two highly significant state-sponsored exhibitions, the 1942 Esposizione Universale di Roma and 1940 Mostra Triennale delle Terre Italiane d'Oltremare. These exhibitions and other related imperial displays are examined over an extended span of time to better understand how architecture, art, and urban space, the politics and culture that encompassed them, the processes that formed them, and the society that experienced them, were racialized in varying and complex ways.
In: Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy
In: Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy
In: Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy
In: Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy
In: Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy
In: Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy
In: Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy
In: Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy
In: Modern Architecture, Empire, and Race in Fascist Italy