Departmental Bulletin Paper 「両義的遺産」としての共産主義遺産 : チェコ・ポーランドにおけるスターリン様式建築を中心に
An Essay on the Communist Heritage as an "Ambivalent Heritage" : With a Special Reference to Stalinist-style Architectures in Czech and Poland
リョウギテキ イサン ト シテ ノ キョウサン シュギ イサン : チェコ ポーランド ニ オケル スターリン ヨウシキ ケンチク オ チュウシン ニ

四方田, 雅史  ,  ヨモダ, マサフミ  ,  Masafumi, YOMODA

The "communist heritages" are defined as relics in Eastern Europe from the socialist period which are regarded to be preserved. But the period has been generally considered by Czech and Polish as that of dictatorship and Soviet compulsory rule, giving rise to their negative, or at least ambivalent, feelings. Therefore, whether communist heritages should be preserved or not remains ontroversial. This paper takes mainly Poruba which lies in the suburbs of Ostrava, Czech, as an example, and shows that foreign tourists have come to regard it as a tourist attraction, because it is a town of Staliniststyle mass housing where they can have experiences different from those in their native countries. In addition, the fact that socialist realism partially adopted indigenous culture has helped Czech look upon Poruba as a national heritage to be preserved.

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