Gender Space Architecture: An Interdisciplinary Introduction
Iain Borden, Barbara Penner, Jane Rendell
Routledge, Sep 11, 2002 - Architecture - 448 pages
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.
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