FEMINISM IS ON THE AGENDA - Follow up* discussion

14 Pages
29,7 x 21 cm
Editor: public works
Contributors: Tessa Baird, Kathrin Böhm, Toby Carr, Jane Cheadle, Celine Condorelli, Editors of MAP, Amy Feneck, Rute Ferreira, Victoria Grimwood, Anna Holder, Torange Khonsari, Gill Lambert, Isla Leaver-Yap, Ana Laura Lopez de la Torre, Nathalie Magnan, Ruth Morrow, Juul Petersen, Doina Petrescu, Rebecca Ross, Maike Schalk, taking place collective, Jeremy Till, Maria Walsh
2008

The Feminism is on the Agenda Friday Session resulted in a collective wish and attempt to continue the discussion from the evening.

The next public discussion took place at the ICA during its "Nought to Sixty" programme in October 2008. The issues and questions to be addressed at the ICA salon were collected from contributors and guest involved so far. The issues that have been suggested include a reflection on the need to keep Feminism as a separate area, or to discuss and practice it within wider emancipation movements. Also the role of feminist theories and methodologies within architectural and spatial education and practice, and obstacles that make it difficult for feminists to actually practice a feminist agenda.

The fanzine publishes suggestions and questions in the running up to the event.

£2.00

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