ERC Project - Women Writing Architecture 1700-1900
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Women Writing Architecture at The Bartlett’s Gender and Urban Equalities Symposium

Date: 8 March 2023 
Location: The Bartlett Youtube channel 

Explore the intersections of gender with cities, design, construction and communities through a series of interactive online sessions with leading thinkers from the built environment field.

This public event is hosted by The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment.

See the full programme here. 

About The Bartlett 

As one of the oldest and most radical faculties of its kind, The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment at University College London (UCL) has built a reputation for education and research that draws students and academics from across the world. 

This panel discussion explores how women participate in architectural culture, and reflect on two projects from ETH Zurich's Department for Architecture:

ERC Women Writing Architecture 1700-1900 (WoWA) explores architectural history beyond the production of buildings and aims to understand the past of the built environment as experienced and shaped by marginalised groups.

Created collaboratively, the online platform Women Writing Architecture (WWA) is offered as a resource for gathering texts, finding and supporting new writers, and offering insight into what is happening in the vivid realm where women speak up for themselves.

Speakers: Dr Sol Perez Martinez, Learning Environments MSc Module Leader, The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction, Dr Anne Hultzsch, Group Leader and Principal Investigator, Women Writing Architecture and Helen Thomas, Researcher and Leader of Women Writing Architecture

Group Anne Hultzsch
Department of Architecture / gta
ETH Zurich

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