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Gender space architecture : an interdisciplinary introduction / edited by Jane Rendell, Barbara Penner, and Iain Borden.

Publication:
London ; New York : E & FN Spon, 2000.
Series:
Architext series.
Architext series
Format/Description:
Book
xvi, 432 p. : ill.
Subjects:
Architecture and women.
Feminism and architecture.
Space (Architecture).
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
chapter Prologue: Leslie Kanes Weisman
‘Women’s Environmental Rights: A Manifesto’
chapter 1 Jane Rendell, Barbara Penner and Iain Borden
Editors’ General Introduction
part PART 1: GENDER
chapter 2 Jane Rendell
Introduction: ‘Gender’
chapter 3 Virginia Woolf
A Room of One’s Own (excerpts from Chapter 1)
chapter 4 Simone de Beauvoir
chapter 5 Betty Friedan
Excerpts from ‘The Problem that Has No Name’
chapter 6 Michèle Barrett
Excerpts from ‘Some Conceptual Problems in Marxist Feminist Analysis’
chapter 7 Audre Lorde
‘The Master’s Tools will Never Dismantle the Master’s House’
chapter 8 Nancy Chodorow
Excerpts from ‘Why Women Mother’
chapter 9 Luce Irigaray
‘This Sex Which Is Not One’
chapter 10 Chandra Talpade Mohanty
Excerpts from ‘Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses’
chapter 11 Joan Wallach Scott
Excerpts from ‘Gender: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis’
chapter 12 Harry Brod
Excerpts from ‘The Case for Men’s Studies’
chapter 13 Judith Butler
Excerpts from ‘Subversive Bodily Acts’
part PART 2: GENDER, SPACE
chapter 14 Jane Rendell
Introduction: ‘Gender, Space’
chapter 15 Shirley Ardener
‘The Partition of Space’
chapter 16 Daphne Spain
Excerpts from ‘The Contemporary Workplace’
chapter 17 Doreen Massey
‘Space, Place and Gender’
chapter 18 Rosalyn Deutsche
‘Men in Space’
chapter 19 Susana Torre
‘Claiming the Public Space: The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo’
chapter 20 Elizabeth Wilson
‘Into the Labyrinth’
chapter 21 Griselda Pollock
Excerpts from ‘Modernity and the Spaces of Femininity’
chapter 22 Meaghan Morris
‘Things to Do with Shopping Centres’
chapter 23 Mary McLeod
‘Everyday and “Other” Spaces’
chapter 24 bell hooks
‘Choosing the Margin as a Space of Radical Openness’
chapter 25 Elizabeth Grosz
‘Woman, Chora, Dwelling’
part PART 3: GENDER, SPACE, ARCHITECTURE
chapter 26 Jane Rendell
Introduction: ‘Gender, Space, Architecture’
chapter 27 Sara Boutelle / ‘Julia Morgan’
chapter 28 Lynne Walker
‘Women and Architecture’
chapter 29 Denise Scott Brown
‘Room at the Top? Sexism and the Star System in Architecture’
chapter 30 Dolores Hayden
‘What Would a Non-sexist City Be Like? Speculations on Housing, Urban Design and Human Work’*
chapter 31 Frances Bradshaw (Matrix)
‘Working with Women’
chapter 32 Karen A.Franck
‘A Feminist Approach to Architecture: Acknowledging Women’s Ways of Knowing’
chapter 33 Labelle Prussin
Excerpts from ‘The Creative Process’
chapter 34 Beatriz Colomina
Excerpts from ‘The Split Wall: Domestic Voyeurism’
chapter 35 Zeynep Çelik
Excerpts from ‘Le Corbusier, Orientalism, Colonialism’
chapter 36 Alice T.Friedman
Excerpts from ‘Architecture, Authority and the Female Gaze: Planning and Representation in the Early Modern Country House’
chapter 37 Henry Urbach
‘Closets, Clothes, disclosure’*
chapter 38 Joel Sanders
‘Cadet Quarters, US Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs’
chapter 39 Diane Agrest
‘Architecture from Without: Body, Logic and Sex’
chapter 40 Jennifer Bloomer
‘Big Jugs’
chapter 41 Elizabeth Diller
‘Bad Press’
chapter 42 Epilogue: bell hooks, Julie Eizenberg, Hank Koning
Excerpts from ‘House, 20 June 1994’.
Notes:
Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Includes bibliographical references (p. 399-423) and index.
Contributor:
Borden, Iain.
Penner, Barbara, 1970-
Rendell, Jane, 1967-
ISBN:
0-415-17252-7
1-134-69206-4
1-280-31881-3
0-203-44912-6
OCLC:
51995436
Publisher Number:
10.4324/9780203449127 doi
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