Rewritten in stone : imperial heritage in the sacred place of the nation

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This article examines the relationship between architectural transformations and the reshaping of memory in post-imperial urban space. It reflects on two forms of symbolic violence: first, iconoclastic acts of reshaping space to reflect national self-determination and moving away from empire, and second, acts that embody the recovery of imperial legacies. It analyzes the recent restoration of the Habsburg-built Alba Iulia citadel in the eve of Romania’s Centennial celebrations of the 1918 Alba Iulia assembly which proclaimed the unification of Transylvania with Romania. It interrogates the intentionality of architectural transformations and how this heritage project expresses the frictions between memory narratives centred on the nation and forms of imperial duress and nostalgia. It traces how the after-lives of empire materialize in the built environment, as they do in the attitudes and yearnings of the cultural elite. Moreover, it reflects on parallels between European post-imperial and Global South post-colonial nation-building.

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Empire, self-determination, heritage, memory, Romania, Habsburg
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ISO 690BADESCU, Gruia, 2020. Rewritten in stone : imperial heritage in the sacred place of the nation. In: Cultural Studies. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. 2020, 34(5), pp. 707-729. ISSN 0950-2386. eISSN 1466-4348. Available under: doi: 10.1080/09502386.2020.1780283
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@article{Badescu2020-09-02Rewri-50390,
  year={2020},
  doi={10.1080/09502386.2020.1780283},
  title={Rewritten in stone : imperial heritage in the sacred place of the nation},
  number={5},
  volume={34},
  issn={0950-2386},
  journal={Cultural Studies},
  pages={707--729},
  author={Badescu, Gruia}
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