Carmen M. Enss


Carmen M. Enss (PhD) is an architectural historian and researcher on urban conservation at the University of Bamberg. She leads the research network UrbanMetaMapping, which investigates the mapping and transformation of European cities between 1939 and 1949.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Architecture, Architecture and Design, Cultural History, Cultural Studies, Sociology, Urban and Spatial Sociology

Publications in the Series: Urban Studies

Web: Denkmalpflege, Universität Bamberg
KDWT, Universität Bamberg


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Townscapes in Transition

Transformation and Reorganization of Italian Cities and Their Architecture in the Interwar Period

»Townscapes in Transition« combines recent research in architectural history and theory, restoration and heritage production for Italy's interwar period.

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