MULTIPLE MODERNITIES IN UKRAINE

Authors

  • Uta Pottgiesser Delft University of Technology, Chair of Heritage & Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, AE+T. Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Architecture, Full Professor, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8594-3168
  • Wido Quist Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Departement AE+T https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8334-1024

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52200.docomomo.67.ed

Abstract

When moving the Docomomo Headquarters to Delft in January 2022, it announced a new cycle of the Docomomo journal by turning the journal fully open access and by introducing a peer-review process. This allows for further scientific indexation of the journal and attracting a wider range of authors. In September 2022 the Docomomo Journal was indexed by Scopus and the issues 1-65 from 1990-2021 are available online in our Docomomo journal Archive. Since then, the Docomomo Journal 66 on Modern Plastic Heritage was published and with this Docomomo Journal 67 we are approaching the country that has dominated our political and cultural discussions in 2022: Ukraine. In January 2022 it was not predictable that national autonomy, human lives and cultural heritage are threatened and destroyed by Russian aggression that started on 24th February 2022. In March of this year, Docomomo International published the Solidarity Statement on Ukraine and has since then been working on this special issue on the Multiple Modernities in Ukraine.

How to Cite

Pottgiesser, U., & Quist, W. (2022). MULTIPLE MODERNITIES IN UKRAINE. Docomomo Journal, (67). https://doi.org/10.52200.docomomo.67.ed

Published

2022-12-12