Tag: Housework

Wages Against Housework – Silvia Federici

by Julia Kobzar and Dzulija Jakimovska   In 1975 Silvia Federici published a book called “Wages Against Housework“. This book deals with the issue of domestic work, analyzing it as consequence of the capitalism and as a women oppression. The book is written during an important period of feminist organizations. It is a period of […]

What Would A Non-Sexist City Be Like?  – Dolores Hayden

by Sara Finzi and Carola Hartmann   Review of Dolores Hayden’s article of 1980 „What Would a Non-Sexist City Be Like? Speculations on Housing, Urban Design, and Human Work”   Dolores Hayden, born in 1945, is an American professor of architecture, urbanism, and American studies at Yale Universi- ty, urban historian, architect, author, and poet. […]

The Critical Potential of Housework – Catharina Gabrielsson

by Nora Molari and Bing Yang   Part I Catharina Gabrielsson is an architect, critic and writer. She is assistant professor in urban theory at the School of Architecture KTH and Director of the doctoral programme Art, Technology and Design in collaboration with Konstfack. With an emphasis on creative academic writing, her research investigates the interface […]