"Van Rensselaer's expectations, her profession of experience transmitted by knowledge of the world's historical texts, lead her to a moment of virtual faith in a deconstructive, historicist vantage point that cannot help but be understood as in part the result of her comprehension of the limitations she faces in practicing her craft."  "So much is there...
and so much... is lacking" 
M. G. van Rensselaer's "Wanted : A History of Architecture" and the Politics of Historical Practice  

Eric Rosenberg  

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