LE FOYER – IN PROCESS 22.06.2019, 16:00, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Grüzenstrasse 44, 8400 Winterthur Im Kontext der gegenwärtig realisierten Museumsneu- und -umbauten stehen grundlegendere Fragen zu Perspektiven des Bauens für die
21. Mai 2019, 18.30 RAA-G-01 (Rämistrasse 59) Welche unterschiedlichen feministischen und antirassistischen Perspektiven gibt es auf den Hochschulalltag? Inwiefern lassen sich patriarchale Verhältnisse und Rassismus in akademischen Strukturen und der
by Aurore Delory The Author Judith/Jack Halberstam is a professor of English, American studies and Ethnicity and Gender Studies at the University of Southern California. He has authored six books: Skin Shows:
Embodying Space. An Interview and Lived Spatiality (The Spaces of Corporeal Desire) – Elizabeth Grosz
by Mebuki FURUTANI 1) The Author Peg Rewes is Professor in Architecture and Philosophy, Programme Director of the MA Architectural History, and a PhD Supervisor for Architectural Design and Architectural
A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late 20th Century – Donna Haraway
by Anna Kärtner Feminist Perspectives on the Body is a reference text that traces the historical lineage of philosophical thought on embodiment, and specifically female embodiment. The author, Kathleen Lennon
Making Citizens, Reassembling Devices: On Gender and the Development of Contemporary Public Sites of Repair in Northern California – Daniela K. Rosner
Not One of the Family. The Tight Spaces of Migrant Domestic Workers – Rhacel Salazar Parreñas and Rachel Silvey
A Lecture by Britta Hentschel : “Why Do We Care? Architecture and Social Responsibility in Early Modern Europe”
Invisibility Work? How Starting from Dis/ability Challenges Normative Social, Spatial and Material Practices – Jos Boys
by Daniela Gonzalez and Alexander Poulikakos The 58-minute film “Koolhaas HouseLife” by Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine was first shown in 2008 being the first release of four documentaries called „Living
In her article « Situated Knowledges : The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perpective », Donna Haraway is questioning the traditional scientific approach that claims to be completely objective.
Exhibition: “Frau Architekt. Seit mehr als 100 Jahren Frauen im Architektenberuf”, 30.09.2017–08.03.2018, Deutsches Architekturmuseum DAM, Frankfurt
Professor An Fonteyne (*1971), currently Professor at Hasselt University, Belgium, as Associate Professor of Architecture and Design. An Fonteyne advocates a building culture that pays particular attention to the economic and social boundary conditions of construction, as a counterweight to the trend for self-oriented and object-related architecture. By appointing An Fonteyne, the Department of Architecture at ETH Zurich is gaining an incisive teacher and an outstanding architect. With her particular background she introduces an important theme to the department: construction in existing contexts, which will be of increasing relevance to the architects of the future.
In her Text ”Subjects of Sex/Gender/Desire”, (published in Gender Trouble: Feminism and the subversion of Identity, New York: Routledge, 1990, 6-16) Judith Butler expands the feminist distinction of sex and