Feminism and architecture

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Feminism and architecture is an ongoing series organized by Peggy Deamer, Assistant Dean and Professor, Yale School of Architecture, Brian McGrath, Dean of the School of Constructed Environments, Parsons, and Ioanna Theocharopoulou, Assistant Professor, School of Constructed Environments.


2015 Women Architecture, and Academia

Feminism and architecture is an ongoing series organized by Peggy Deamer, Assistant Dean and Professor, Yale School of Architecture, Brian McGrath, Dean of the School of Constructed Environments, Parsons, and Ioanna Theocharopoulou, Assistant Professor, SCE.

2014 Private Choices, Public Spaces

How can design enable dialogue in contested public spaces? Contribute your ideas to this participatory architectural installation and join in the discussion at the series of events for the ArchiteXX-led design action for the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi.

2014 Intergenerational Conversations

In her lecture, Torre outlines the powerful and multifaceted — yet often ignored — influence that feminism has had on the fields of architecture and urban planning. She examines six themes to demonstrate the ways in which feminist ideas have contributed to change in these disciplines.

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