ABE Journal - Architecture Beyond Europe - n°16/2019

On Margins: Feminist Architectural Histories of Migration
First Edition

Editorial coordination by Ricardo Agarez, Tania Sengupta, Johan Lagae

"On Margins: Feminist Architectural Histories of Migration," builds on the following two premises: that the dynamic of a situated and re-situated perspective is foundational to feminist histories of architecture, and that feminist historiographical approaches destabilize presumptions of fixity that have propelled the writing of architectural Read More

histories. Through histories of architectures that emerged from individual or collective acts and experiences of migration, the texts in this collection investigate migration and confinement as drivers for modern architecture and its histories, focusing on works by professionally qualified women architects as well as uncredited makers of the built environment. These architectures of migration bring into view margins—whether architectural, structural, cultural, (geo)political, environmental, or economic. This themed section, as one intervention in the broader "Feminist Architectural Histories of Migration" collection sited on three open-access platforms—namely the Canadian Centre for Architecture and Aggregate as well as ABE—posits expanded historiographies that emerge from intersections of architecture, migration, and margins. These offer possibilities to restore absences and silences in the historical record and open onto new theorizations and perspectives situated around the world.histories. Through histories of architectures that emerged from individual or collective acts and experiences of migration, the texts in this collection investigate migration and confinement as drivers for modern architecture and its histories, focusing on works by professionally qualified women architects as well as uncredited makers of the built environment. These architectures of migration bring into view margins—whether architectural, structural, cultural, (geo)political, environmental, or economic. This themed section, as one intervention in the broader “Feminist Architectural Histories of Migration” collection sited on three open-access platforms—namely the Canadian Centre for Architecture and Aggregate as well as ABE—posits expanded historiographies that emerge from intersections of architecture, migration, and margins. These offer possibilities to restore absences and silences in the historical record and open onto new theorizations and perspectives situated around the world


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Publisher
InVisu
Author
Collectif,
Editorial coordination by
Ricardo Agarez, Tania Sengupta, Johan Lagae,
Journal
ABE Journal
Language
French
Publisher Category
Applied Sciences > Architecture and Civil Engineering
BISAC Subject Heading
ARC000000 ARCHITECTURE
BIC subject category (UK)
R Earth sciences, geography, environment, planning
Onix Audience Codes
01 General / trade
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3801 OUVRAGES DE DOCUMENTATION
Title First Published
2019
Type of Work
Journal Issue

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Product Detail
1
Publication Date
01 January 2019
ISBN-13
9791097315153
Extent
Absolute page count : 280
Code
103821
Dimensions
17 x 23.5 cm
List Price
52.50 €
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Contents


Dossier : On Margins: Feminist Architectural Histories of Migration

Editorial, Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi et Rachel Lee

Sophie Hochhäusl, "Dear Comrade", or Exile in a Communist World: Resistance, Feminism, and Urbanism in Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky's Work in China (1934-1956)

Armaghan Ziaee, On Contradictions: The Architecture of Women's Resistance and Emancipation in Early twentieth-Century Iran

Varia

Sarah Melsens, Inge Bertels et Amit Srivastava, The Architectural Production of India's Everyday Modernism: Middle-class Housing in Pune (1960-1980)139Monika Motylińska et Phuong Phan, "Not the Usual Way?" On the Involvement of an East German

Couple with the Planning of the Ethiopian Capital DebateKathleen James-Chakraborty, Response to Murray Fraser

DocuMents/sources

Assia Samaï-Bouadjadja, Le fonds d'archives Georgette Cottin-Euziol : archive de toute une vie

Dissertation abstracts

Sophie Paviol, Penser le patrimoine guadeloupéen du xxe siècle255

Reviews

Mary Pepchinski, The Gendered User and Generic City: Simone de Beauvoir, America Day by Day

Kathleen James-Chakraborty, Hilde Heynen, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy: Architecture, Modernism and its Discontents 

Laura Fernández-González, Guadalupe García, Beyond the Walled City : Colonial Exclusion in Havana 

Ronan Bouttier, Caroline Herbelin, Architectures du Vietnam colonial. Repenser le métissage