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Field: 7 ‘Becoming a Feminist Architect’ 2017-11-18T17:49:48+00:00

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‘Becoming a Feminist Architect’

Full Text: field: volume 7, issue 1 (November 2017)

Field dedicates this issue to the memory of Professor Peter Blundell Jones, former member of the editorial team.

Editorial

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Karin Reisinger and Meike Schalk

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Becoming a Feminist Architect, … visible, momentous, with

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Articles

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I Becoming visible

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Jane Rendell

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Jane Rendell From, in and with Anne Tallentire

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Marie-Louise Richards

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 ‘Hyper-visible Invisibility: Tracing the Politics, Poetics and Affects of the Unseen

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Aikaterini Antonopoulou

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Situated Knowledges and Shifting Grounds: Questioning the Reality Effect of High-resolution Imagery

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Amelia Vilaplana

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‘Urban Sonographies: A Feminist Art Work and the Transformation of Architectural Culture in the Infosphere’

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Andrea Jeanne Merrett

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‘Scholarship as Activism: Doris Cole’s and Susana Torre’s Pioneering Feminism in Architectural History’

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II Becoming momentous

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Torsten Lange and Emily Eliza Scott with contributions from Lila Athanasiadou, Harriet Harriss, Andrea Jeanne Merrett, Iradj Moeini, Jane Rendell, and Rachel Sara

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‘Making Trouble to Stay With: Architecture and Feminist Pedagogies’

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Malin Åberg-Wennerholm

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‘The Gender-Eye Approach: Eleven Tales from KTH School of Architecture in Stockholm’

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Teresa Hoskyns and Katie Lloyd Thomas with taking place (Jos Boys, Julia Dwyer, Helen Stratford)

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‘TAKING PLACE 8: INTERSTITIAL BREAKFAST’

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Christine Wall

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‘“We don’t have leaders! We’re doing it ourselves!”: Squatting, Feminism and Built Environment Activism in 1970s London’

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Naomi Stead, Gill Matthewson, Justine Clark, and Karen Burns

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‘Parlour: The First Five Years’

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III Becoming with

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Gill Matthewson

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‘Thinking Through Creative Merit and Gender Bias in Architecture’

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Evan Pavka

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‘From the Closet To the Grave: Architecture, Sexuality and the Mount Royal Cemetery’

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Louise Burchill

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‘Reconsidering Chôra, Architecture and “Woman”’

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Charity Edwards

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‘Of the Urban and the Ocean: Rachel Carson and the Disregard of Wet Volumes’

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Notes
Notes on Contributors Cover image: Table plan of the Interstitial Breakfast by taking place at the AHRA conference “Architecture & Feminisms: Ecologies, Economies, Technologies” Stockholm, 2017. Plan by Helen Stratford.