Sexuality & space

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Princeton Architectural Press, 1992 - Architecture - 389 pages
Sexuality & Space's interdisciplinary essays address gender in relation to architectural discourse and critical theory, focusing on the relationships between sexuality and space hidden within everyday practices. Contributors include Jennifer Bloomer, Victor Burgin, Beatriz Colomina, Elizabeth Grosz, Catherine Ingraham, Meaghan Morris, Laura Mulvey, Molly Nesbit, Alessandra Ponte, Lynn Spigel, Patricia White, and Mark Wigley.

"A milestone in the evolving discourse of architectural history and criticism.... These essays raise crucial questions about design and the experience of architecture, and many attempt to engage ... the rich critical literature of cultural studies". -- Alice T. Friedman, JSAH

"Sexuality and Space is important, even necessary.... Both timely and well worth the time". -- Thomas Keenan, Newsline

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Laura Mulvey
53
Beatriz Colomina
73
Patricia White
131
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About the author (1992)

Beatriz Colomina is Professor of Architecture and Founding Director of the Program in Media and Modernity at Princeton University. She is the editor of "Sexuality and Space, " which was awarded the International Book Award by the American Institute of Architects. She is the coeditor of "Cold War Hot Houses: Inventing Postwar Culture from Cockpit to Playboy." Her most recent book is "Doble exposici?n: Arquitectura a trav's del arte.

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