Feminist Perspectives: Place, Practice, Power
Everyday Utopias: the conceptual life of promising spaces
Extrastatecraft: the power of infrastructure space
Patterns of power and place: preliminary research in identity and the use of public space
Encountering Urban Places: visual and material performances in the city
Landscapes of dissent: guerrilla poetry and public space
Intersection: Sidewalks and public space
The art of public space: curating and re-imagining the ephemeral city
Embodied Utopias: gender, social change and the modern metropolis
Altering Practices: feminist politics and poetics of space
Design and Feminism: Re-visioning Spaces, Places, and Everyday Things
Women and the Everyday City: Public space in San Francisco 1890-1915
Why Architects Need Feminism
Are we really ready to be post-feminist? The case for next-wave feminism in architecture — and a better professional culture.
What I Learned from Architect Barbie
Why can’t architects wear pink? An activist historian explores the feminist politics that inspired the new career of the famous doll.
Still Life with Cone, Standpipe, Caution Tape
A collection of photographs illustrating the art and architecture of the temporary barricade.