Židovi i arhitektura

Uvjeti za upis predmeta i ulazne kompetencije potrebne za predmet. Kolegij se izvodi u ljetnim semestrima.

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Sadržaj predmeta detaljno razrađen prema satnici nastave

1. Teorijski uvod (definicija pojmova, utjecaj druge zapovijedi, povijest tematike i pregled bibliografije)
2. Solomonov hram i sinagoge (realni hram te reference u židovskoj i kršćanskoj predaji; antičke, sefardske, aškenaske sinagoge, prije i poslije emancipacije u 20. stoljeću; židovski kulturni centri)
3. Židovska groblja (antička, srednjovjekovna, rana moderna, groblja u 19. i 20. stoljeću, spomenici holokausta, primjer Berlin-Weißensee, Budapest-Salgótarjáni i Kozma ulica, Mirogoj)
4. Židovske ulice i četvrti (Jeruzalem, geto, štetl, židovske ulice 19. stoljeća, moderne židovske četvrti, Tel Aviv kao Bijeli grad, Jeruzalem-Rehavija, kibuc i mošav)
5. Istaknuti židovski arhitekti i njihove teorije (B. Lajta, J. Frank, E. Mendelssohn, R. Neutra, M. Breuer, L. Kahn, M. Safdie, Z. Hecker, R. Meier, F. Gehry, P. Eisenman, D. Libeskind)
6. Doprinos judaizma i Židova arhitekturi moderne i suvremenom gradu (koncept prostor-vrijeme ‒ Maimonid-Einstein-Loos-Mendelssohn-Giedion, strukturalizam, dekonstruktivizam)

Literatura

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Keßler, Katrin (2007.). Ritus und Raum der Synagoge. Petersberg : Michael Imhof Verlag, Bet Tfila
Klein, Rudolf (1997.). The Evolution of Synagogue Space in Central and Eastern Europe from the 11th to the 19th Century. ICOMOS Journal Scientifique, Vol. 2., 1997.
Klein, Rudolf (2006). Oriental-Style Synagogues in Austria-Hungary: Philosphy and Historical Significance. Ars Judaica, Volume 2; pp. 117–134.
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