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feminism and architecture part 2: women, architecture, and academia

Very happy to be presenting a collaborative project done with Olga Touloumi, Tessa Paneth-Pollak, and Martina Tanga, or as we decided to call ourselves, FAAC (the Feminist Art and Architecture Collaborative). We’ve been working on a syllabus for an art and architecture survey that “unpacks spaces of contestation and encourages students to think critically about how specific sites and objects have participated in the construction of class, race, and gender.” Olga and I will present it, pecha kucha style, at this great-looking conference at Parsons.


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