Gender and architecture

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Wiley, Jul 7, 2000 - Architecture - 218 pages
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Until now, the study of gender and architecture has been confined to femininity and he present. This series of case study essays is designed with the idea that by providing a framework, gender can be further explored. This book is a historically coherent package of case studies, with the final essay bridging into the contemporary.

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Introduction
1
Inigo Jones and Classical
7
The Paradox
29
Copyright

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Louise Durning is principal lecturer in history of art in the School of Arts and Humanities, Oxford Brookes University. Her previous publications include "Gender and Architecture," coedited with Richard Wrigley.

Richard Wrigley is a Principal Lecturer and Chair of Department of History of Art, at Oxford Brookes University

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