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Diverse Perspectives. A Review of Women Architects: Mode(s) of (R)existing. Reflections Based on a Cycle of Talks

Department of Architecture and Urbanism, Federal University of Tocantins, Palmas 77001-090, Brazil
Received: 5 February 2020 / Accepted: 18 February 2020 / Published: 26 February 2020
The book Women Architects: Mode(s) of (R)existing. Reflections Based on a Cycle of Talks (2018, edited by Patrícia Santos Pedrosa, Joana Pestana Lages, and Lia Gil Antunes, Lisbon, Women in Architecture Association, 100p), published as a bilingual collection (Portuguese and English), is structured around thirteen narratives by women architects, from a cycle of talks which took place from September 2017 to March 2018 in Lisbon. The book presents a concise record of the event’s purpose, which was to initiate a debate that takes into account both the gender perspective and women architects’ invisibility, as well as their multiple implications in the creation of Portuguese architecture, cities and territories within a traditionally male profession. View Full-Text
Keywords: women in architecture; gender perspective; history of Portuguese architecture; feminist epistemologies women in architecture; gender perspective; history of Portuguese architecture; feminist epistemologies
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Barros dos Reis, P.O. Diverse Perspectives. A Review of Women Architects: Mode(s) of (R)existing. Reflections Based on a Cycle of Talks. Arts 2020, 9, 30.

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