The traces of feminist builders and building networks, their artefacts, and their tacit forms of skill sharing and applying knowledge, have only recently begun to be recognised as worthwhile additions to (architecture) archives, as legacies that fundamentally opened and contributed to the ‘built environment’. Through the work of feminist actors in building, housing, and planning, we can recount timelines of emancipatory struggles, as well as the malleability of a ‘feminist’ identity in architecture and (urban) planning. In this roundtable, we are interested in gathering together an intergenerational group of feminist voices in the building profession, to exchange ideas aboutj strategies of collective learning and survival, and making a ‘feminist’ (professional) practice over the decades – indispensable for coming generations.

I would like to join Roundtable #4

14:30 – 16:30

Het Nieuwe Instituut
Museumpark 25
3015 CB Rotterdam


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