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Habitat sexué - Liens,
références - Gender Issues
and look particularly under 'Gender Equity and Equality'
The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Gender Issues in Teaching Architectural HistoryLink
Journal of Architectural Education (1984-),
Kathryn H. Anthony Professor, School of Architecture
gender and racial issues in architecture
Directory of Internet Resources on the Intersection of Women, Gender and Feminism with Urban Planning
Gender Internet Resources for Planners
Shelley Hornstein, Associate Professor
Gender and space; architecture, including medical urban sites; feminist visual culture.
Linda Peake, Associate Professor
Urban studies; feminist geography (particularly the gendered social organization of urban space); Guyana; United Kingdom; urban Canada.
Rebecca L. Peterson, Associate Professor
Environmental psychology; feminist analysis of environments; gender issues in the home and urban environments; women and work environments; women, health, and environments.
Gerda R. Wekerle , Professor
Housing; women and environments; urban public policy; social planning; social policy; transportation; urban development; qualitative research methods; women and public policy.
ECOFEMINISM/ GENDER AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Different essays, covering many different facets of Ecofeminism, reviewing many different sites - containing an overview, Women's Spirituality, Conservation, Reproductive Technologies, Treepeople and Earthships, Abortion and Militarism and the Environment
Bibliography and review of literature on ecofeminism.
Gender and Environment/ Gender and Globalisation:
Women's ecology movements had shown how the dominant models of economic development and scientific progress were based on a particular construction of production and knowledge which excluded women and Third World communities as producers of economic value and as generators of intellectual value. Economic globalisation deepens this exclusion and hence becomes a threat to the survival and integrity of local communities.
The goal of EVE Online is to be more than just a repository of information on the Internet. It is hoped this site will evolve into an important resource for the international ecofeminist community
Ecofeminism on the Web:
GENDER AND URBAN PLANNING/ ARCHITECTURE/ HOUSING
The Women in Human Settlements Development Programme concentrates on ensuring that UNHCS (Habitat) fulfills its mandate to promote women's equal participation in the Global Strategy for Shelter (GSS) and all human settlements development, and to ensure that all of UNCHS (Habitat) programmes, projects and activities clearly contain a gender perspective
An international archive of women in architecture
The website of the Association for Women in Architecture
The contributions that women have made throughout the history of architecture are generally not recognized in architectural history, curriculum, or society. These pages contain information about issues women face in school, issues women face in the workplace, statistics concerning women in architecture schools and the profession, profiles of six outstanding women architects, and links to various architecture and women's studies sites
This project presents an exploration into the lives of three women in the field of architecture today. Through interview, discussion, and the use of electronic, digital media a history of each individual's life unfolds. The hierarchy of information and design were linked from the early stages of the project and it is in the final form of the project that one can discover a format that is consistent in its presentation and navigational symbols. The goal was to enable the user to "walk through" the information and compare stories and experiences
Matrix, a non-profit women's architectural cooperative in London designed to help women's groups by finding and assessing potential building sites, aiding in obtaining funding for construction, and holding workshops to help women's groups understand and take part in the design processhttp://scholar2.lit.vt.edu/spec/iawaspec/iawaguid.htm#matrix
The Habitat BP searchable database contains over 650 proven solutions to the common social, economic and environmental problems of an urbanizing world. It demonstrates the practical ways in which communities, governments and the private sector are working together to eradicate poverty, provide shelter, protect the environment and support economic development. The database is a powerful tool for: Analyzing current trends: find information on current human settlements issues; networking: get in touch with the people directly involved in implementation; capacity-building: material for developing new learning tools and methods; policy: learning from experience and policies that make a difference. .. and look particularly under 'Gender Equity and Equality'
Women in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning and Design -- This bibliography is a selective list of materials on women in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, and design in the Schlesinger Library
Directory of Internet Resources on the Intersection of Women, Gender and Feminism with Urban Planning
Using the concept of gender-sensitive approaches to human settlements development implies taking account of the different roles, access to and control over resources, of men and women in varying national and regional contexts
Gender Equality in the Habitat Agenda
The Royal Town Planning Institute Research Agenda: Women and Planning
Undergraduate and graduate programs in Feminist Geography are available at the University of Waikato. Contact Department of Geography, Private Bag 3105,
amilton, New Zealand.
Master's and doctoral programs at the Human Settlements Division , Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
The doctoral program at the University of Michigan, College of Architecture and Urban Planning
Take a look at Gender in Urban Research which applies gender as a category of analysis to urban institutions. Contributions cover gendered analysis in central city development policy, violence against women, affordable housing, political power and elections
Feminist Theory Website: Feminist Geography
Weisman, Leslie Kanes. Discrimination by Design: A Feminist Critique of the Man-Made Environment. Univ. of Illinois Press, 1992.
Women and Geography Study Group of the Royal Geographical Society with the IGB. Feminist Geographies: Explorations in Diversity and Difference. Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1997
ONLINE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GEOGRAPHY AND GENDER
WOMEN 476 Women and the City (5) I&S England
Explores the reciprocal relations between gender relations, the layout of cities, and the activities of urban residents. Topics include feminist theory and geography (women, gender, and the organization of space); women and urban poverty, housing and homelessness; gender roles and labor patterns; geographies of childcare; and women and urban politics. Offered: jointly with GEOG 476.
The Grand Domestic Revolution: A History of Feminist Designs for American Homes, Neighborhoods and Cities (Paperback)by Dolores Hayden www.yale.edu/wff/gendermatters/pdf/GM_Hayden.pdf
Office: School of Architecture, Yale University, P.O. Box 208242, 180York St., New Haven CT 06520-8242. Phone: 203-432-4782. FAX: 203-432-7175.E-mail: dolores.hayden@@@yale.edu
Gender, Housing, and Family Life. by Dolores Hayden. W. W. Norton and Co. , paper , 288 pages. Due/Published: August 2002. Price: $15.95
Gender Space Architecture - An Interdisciplinary Introduction
Editor : Jane Rendell, Barbara Penner, Iain Borden
Book Series : Architect- Master eBook ISBN : 0-203-44912-6
This significant reader brings together for the first time the most important essays concerning the intersecting subjects of gender, space and architecture. Carefully structured and with numerous introductory essays, it guides the reader through theoretical and multi-disciplinary texts to direct considerations of gender in relation to particular architectural sites, projects and ideas. This collection marks a seminal point in gender and architecture, both summarizing core debates and pointing toward new directions and discussions for the future.
The Gendered City: An Introduction - Setha M. Low
Graduate School and University Center of the City, University of New York http://www.anthrosource.net/doi/abs/10.1525/city.19184.108.40.206
Women and Architecture: Selected Bibliography and Guide to Sources
The International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA) was established in 1985 as a joint program of the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. The IAWA began by collecting the papers of those who practiced at a time when there were few women in the field (i.e., before the 1950s). The IAWA, however, now collects the records of women working in the design fields of the built environment to fill the serious gaps in the availability of primary research materials for architectural, women's, and social history research. The purpose of the collection is to document the history of women's involvement in architecture by acquiring, preserving, storing, and making available the professional papers of women architects, landscape architects, designers, architectural historians and critics, urban planners, and the records of their organization
Women and the Profession: Books
Adams, Annmarie and Peta Tancred. Designing Women: Gender and the Architectural Profession. Toronto; Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 2000.
Arch Bk Stks NA 1997 A32 2000
Anderson, Dorothy May. Women, Design, and the Cambridge School. West Lafayette, Ind.: PDA Publishers Corp., 1980.
Arch Bk Stks NA2300.C25 A52 1980.
Anthony, Kathyrn H. Designing for Diversity: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in the Architectural Profession. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2001.
Arch Bk Stks NA 1997 A56 2001
Bay, Helle, et al. Women in Danish Architecture. Kobenhavn: Arkitektens, 1991.
Arch Bk Stks NA1997.W66 1991.
Berkeley, Ellen Perry., ed. Architecture: A Place for Women. Washington: Smithsonian institution Press, 1989.
Arch Bk Stks NA1997.A74 1989.
Cole, Doris. From Tipi to Skyscraper; A History of Women in Architecture. New York: G. Braziller, 1973.
Arch Bk Stks NA1997.C57 1973.
Elliott, Cecil D. “Civil War to World War I: Strengthening the Profession/Women Architects.” Part III:7 and
“World War I to Present: Adaptation to Extremes/Women in Architecture.” Part IV:4
in The American Architect from the Colonial Era to the Present (Jefferson: McFarland & Co., 2003). 81-82.
Arch Bk Stks NA 1995 E48 2003
Hughes, Francesca. The Architect: Reconstructing Her Practice. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1996.
Arch Bk Stks NA1997.A68 1996.
Kostof, Spiro. “On the Fringe of the Profession: Women in American Architecture.” Chap. 10 in The Architect: Chapters in the History of the Profession. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000). 280-308.
Arch Bk Stks NA 1995 A73 2000
Lorenz, Clare. Women in Architecture: A Contemporary Perspective. New York: Rizzoli, 1990.
Arch Bk Stks NA1997.L67 1990.
Markelin, Ulla, et al. Profiles, Pioneering Women Architects from Finland. Helsinki: Museum of Finnish Architecture, 1983.
Arch Bk Stks NA1455.F5 P76x 1983.
Pinet, Celine and Kimberly Devlin, eds. Threads, Insights by Women Architects. Milwaukee, WI: Center for Architecture and Urban Planning.
Arch Bk Stks NA1997.T57 1991.
"That Exceptional One": Women in American Architecture, 1888-1988. Washington, D.C.: American Architectural foundation, 1988.
Arch Bk Stks NA1997.T47x 1988.
Ruedi, Katerina, Sarah Wigglesworth, Duncan McCorquodale (eds). Desiring Practices: Architecture, Gender, and the Interdisciplinary. London: Black Dog Pub., 1996.
Arch Bk Stks NA2543.W65 D47 1996.
Searing, Helen. Equal Partners: Men and Women Principals in Contemporary Architectural Practice. Northampton: Smith College Museum of Art, 1998.
Arch Bk Stks NA 712 S42 1998
Torre, Susana, ed. Women in American Architecture: A Historic and Contemporary Perspective. New York: Whitney Library of Design, 1977.
Arch Bk Stks NA1997.W65.
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