Session 12.5: Urban Planning, Historical Landscape, and Cultural Heritages Between the 'East' and 'West': Czechoslovakia and France in the First Half of the Twentieth Century

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When:
16:00, Thursday 5 Aug 2021 (1 hour 30 minutes)
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Chair: Jaroslav David (University of Ostrava)

  • Yoshiyuki Morishita (Ibaraki University) - Contemporary and Historical Meaning of Postwar New Town 'sídliště' in Czech and Japan in 1970s-80s
  • Nobuyuki Tsunoda (Iwate University) - Urban Planning in Marseille by the Architect Eugène Beaudoin (1898-1983) in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
  • Naoki Kosaka (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) - 'Slovakian landscape' and the Political Border Territory Claim Described in the Newspaper in the Orava around 1918-1920
Chair
University of Ostrava, Faculty of Arts, Department of Czech Language
associate professor
Panelist
Ibaraki University
Assistant Professor
Panelist
Osaka City University
Panelist
Atomi University
Lecturer