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Gender Space Architecture

An Interdisciplinary Introduction (Architext Series)

by Jane Rendell

  • 360 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Routledge .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7485116M
ISBN 100415172535
ISBN 109780415172530

This is a very interesting collection of essays on the subject of sexuality and gender roles apply to the development of architecture. If you are a arch theory buff this is a must read! Never did I think about how influential architecture was in propagating gender boundaries! This .   This volume explores how the concepts of space and gaze are tied in with social constructions of gender relations. It discusses the gendered body, the queer gaze, the relationship between body and memory, the memory of war, monstrosity, and also domestic and hybrid spaces as key concepts. Book Description: Gender and colonial space is a trenchant analysis of the complex relation between social relations – including notions of class, nationality and gender – and spatial relations, landscape, architecture and topography – in post-colonial contexts.


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Gender, Space, Architecture intends to do just that. The purpose of the book is to provide a comprehensive introduction to issues of gender as they pertain to architectural studies.

This is the first such book to include a range of key texts from both within and outside of architecture published over the last 20 years, and also to provide a. This book offers a Gender Space Architecture book collection of essays on gender as it pertains to architectural studies. The grouping of the essays in three thematic parts (first part: gender, second part: gender, space, third part: gender, space, architecture) is an effective approach, offering a useful framework and perspective for the reader/5(4).

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DOI link for Gender Space Architecture. Gender Space Architecture book. An Interdisciplinary Introduction. Edited By Iain Borden, Barbara Penner, Jane Rendell.

Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 11 September Pub. location London. Imprint by: Get this from a library. The pursuit of pleasure: gender, space & architecture in Regency London.

[Jane Rendell] -- "The Pursuit of Pleasure presents the figures of the rambler and the cyprian, the Eighteenth Century precursors to the Parisian flaneur and prostitute.

The urban spaces traced by these figures were. : Gender Studies in Architecture: Space, Power and Difference (): Kuhlmann, Dörte: BooksCited by: 2. A book edited by Alexandra Staub, professor of architecture, that reframes the discussion of modernity, space and gender is currently.

This book brings together for the first time the most important essays concerning the intersecting subjects of gender, space and architecture. Book Description. This significant reader brings together for the first time the most important essays concerning the intersecting subjects of gender, space and architecture.

Read "Gender Space Architecture An Interdisciplinary Introduction" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This significant reader brings together for the first time the most important essays concerning the Gender Space Architecture book subject Brand: Taylor And Francis. 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.3/5(1). Gender Studies in Architecture: Space, Power and Difference.

Kuhlmann, Dorte With its broad range and balanced analysis of different theories, the book is suitable as an overview of gender studies in architecture and useful for any designer who is concerned with the social effects of the built environment.

Get this from a library. Gender space architecture: an interdisciplinary introduction. [Jane Rendell; Barbara Penner; Iain Borden;] -- Covering the intersecting subjects of gender, space and architecture, this text guides readers through theoretical and multi-disciplinary texts to considerations of gender, in relation to particular.

Book Description. Analyzing a range of ideas from biological, evolutionary and anthropological theories to a variety of feminist, psychoanalytic, poststructuralist and constructivist discourses, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to the problematics of gender and power in architectural and urban design.

The rambler is celebrated as an urban explorer, actively engaged in the pursuit of pleasure and women." Also, a good third of the book is footnotes.

That said, it's not actually a bad book, if you want to know some interesting things about society Reads like the expanded graduate thesis it probably is, which is honestly not as bad as the /5.

Sexuality and space is a field of study within human phrase encompasses all relationships and interactions between human sexuality, space and place, themes studied within cultural geography, i.e., environmental and architectural psychology, urban sociology, gender studies, queer studies, socio-legal studies, planning, housing studies and criminology.

Many experts and theorists in recent years have become obsessed by the idea of architectures link to gender. Jane Rendell, author of ‘Gender, Space and Architecture’ in her book discusses the historical bias of buildings and their contribution to feminism within the industry and how perhaps spaces have been built to reflect patriarchal ideas.

Moreover, the conclusions reach beyond a narrow gender studies perspective to social and ethical considerations that are unavoidable in any responsible architectural or urbanistic practice. With its broad range and balanced analysis of different theories, the book is suitable as an overview of gender studies in architecture and useful for any Cited by: 2.

The first piece of writing which has been analyzed is the book “Gender Space Architecture” by Jane Rendal. The book looks into three. "Daphne Spain has written an original, challenging and enlightening book.

From ceremonial men's huts in non-industrial cultures to nineteenth-century American vernacular architecture, her broad yet careful comparisons provide a topography of gender inequality and a blueprint for change."--Michael Kimmel, State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Nobody here would say using pink decor has solved centuries of entrenched gender inequality, but it is a signal that women are beginning to expect a different type of space in which to work and live. It’s a space that has, for instance, a private room where new mothers can pump breast milk just down the hall from the conference table.

Jane Rendell (born Dubai, UAE in ) is an architectural historian, cultural critic and art writer. She has taught at Chelsea College of Art and Design, Winchester School of Art, and the University of has been based at the Bartlett School of Architecture sincewhere she has been Professor of Architecture and Art since She was Director of.

Read "Gender Studies in Architecture Space, Power and Difference" by Dörte Kuhlmann available from Rakuten Kobo. Analyzing a range of ideas from biological, evolutionary and anthropological theories to a variety of feminist, psychoan Brand: Taylor And Francis.

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Carefully structured and with numerous introductory essays. GENDER, SPACE, ARCHITECTURE A reading of feminine perspectives of space can begin to decode space from a feminine perspective and provide an understanding as to the ways that architecture is able to positively and negatively affect the spatial experiences of the female.

A selection of women’s experiences of architecture will be. Breaking Ground: Architecture by Women By Jane Hall (Phaidon, ) A few years ago, the conversation about gender equity in architecture centered on the question: where are the women architects.

Gradually, awareness has been building about the unconscious biases and organizational structures that make it particularly challenging for women to become Author: Elsa Lam. The session took place within the framework of the inaugural European Placemaking Conference.

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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, 3/5(3). Disability, Space, Architecture: A Reader (Routledge ) and Doing Disability Differently: an alternative handbook on architecture, dis/ability, and designing for everyday life (Routledge ).

Clare Sears is an Associate Professor of Sociology and Sexuality Studies at. Gender Space Architecture (Rendell, Penner, and Borden ) is an especially dense and rich collection of previously published articles and excerpts, which in itself speaks to the growing maturity of the field.

Key publications include a sole authored book Jane Rendell, The Pursuit of Pleasure: Gender, Space and Architecture in Regency London, () and reader, Gender, Space, Architecture, (), co-edited with Iain Borden and Barbara Penner.

The book’s premise that gender, space, and the gaze have been too narrowly conceived by a scholarly embrace of Baudelaire’s flâneur is supported across the cultural spectrum by period sources that include art criticism, high and low visual culture, newspapers, novels, prescriptive and travel literature, architectural practices, interior Author: Temma Balducci.

space as a form of gendered representation in section 3, for example by Beatriz Colomina in chapter 35 and Diane Agrest in chapter In this way, links can be made between chapters in the three different sections of this book, Gender, Space, Architecture, as well as between chapters within each section.

Yet most of the articles, despite their apparent divergence of subject, are united by theoretical protocols as well as by the central concern of the book as a whole, which is not eroticism but gender, and not architecture but space in a variety of manifestations, many of them historical.

The main uniting factor is psychoanalytic theory. Book On Architect Eileen Gray Examines The Relationship Between Genius And Gender Even in our current climate, it's sobering to consider how the profession of architecture treated modernist.

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The Pursuit of Pleasure: Gender, Space and Architecture in Regency London (review) Claire Nicolay Criticism, Vol Number 1, Winterpp. (Review) Published by Wayne State University Press DOI: For additional information about this article Access provided at 5 Apr GMT from Scholarly Communication.

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – A book edited by Alexandra Staub, professor of architecture, that reframes the discussion of modernity, space and gender is currently one of Routledge’s best-selling books on architecture. In “The Routledge Companion to Modernity, Space and Gender,” Staub examines how “modernity” has been defined in various cultural contexts of the 20th and .The issue of gender inequality in architecture has been part of the profession's discourse for many years, yet the continuing gender imbalance in architectural education and practice remains a difficult subject.

This book seeks to change that. It provides the first ever attempt to move the debate about gender in architecture beyond the tradition of gender-segregated diagnostic or.

As a prelude to her new collection of articles and essays about the gender gap in architecture, author and University of Buffalo Professor Despina Stratigakos gets personal, dedicating her book to Author: Patrick Sisson.