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Ideological Equals : Women Architects in Socialist Europe 1945-1989

By: Pepchinski, Mary.
Contributor(s): Simon, Mariann.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (224 p.).ISBN: 9781317119012.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ideological Equals : Women Architects in Socialist Europe 1945-1989LOC classification: NA1997 | .P473 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Ideological Equals -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Notes on Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Notes -- Part 1 Case Studies -- 1 Between State Socialist Emancipation and Professional Desire: Women Architects in the German Democratic Republic, 1949-1990 -- Setting the Stage: Women Architects in Germany Prior to the Second World War -- Official and Professional Support for Women in the GDR: The Possibilities and Limitations of State-Sponsored Emancipation -- Support for Women Architects in the GDR: a Quantitative Analysis
The Female Point of View: The Perspective of GDR Women Architects -- Women Architects and Their Network Practices in the GDR -- Career Patterns, Personal Observations -- Conclusion and Future Research -- Notes -- 2 Female Students of Jože Plečnik Between Tradition and Modernism -- Architectural Education and New Feminine Ideals in Slovenia, 1919-1945 -- Women Students in the Architecture Seminar of Jože Plečnik After the Second World War -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 3 At the Forefront of Socialist Development: Women in Hungarian Industrial Architecture, 1945-1970
The New Situation of Women Engineers During the Rákosi Dictatorship (1948-1956) -- State Feminism and Industrial Architecture After 1956 -- Notes -- 4 Emancipated But Still Accompanied: The First Generation of Women Architects in Slovakia -- The Sixties: Modernization and Political, National and Gender Emancipation -- Working in a Design Institute -- Women as Architects -- Gender and Architecture: Limitations, Ambivalences, Possibilities -- Notes -- 5 Spousal Collaboration as a Professional Strategy For Women Architects in the Polish People's Republic -- Women in the Polish People's Republic
Women Architects in Poland: From the Second Republic to the People's Republic -- Models for Women's Professional Practice in the Early Years of the Polish People's Republic -- A New Generation Emerging After 1950 -- Spousal Collaboration in the Polish People's Republic: A Strategy For Self-Realization or A Marginalized Practice? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 6 The Drawing Board Au féminin: Women Architects in Communist Romania -- >Women Architects in Romania: Genus-Differentia -- Women Architects Under Communism: Feminine Desire for Architecture -- The Guild is Dead, Long live the Guild
Career Perspectives -- The Visibility of Women Architects -- Sine Ira Et Studio -- Author's Note -- Notes -- 7 Women Architects of Soviet Estonia: Four Approaches to Design in a Rural Context -- The First Generations Of Estonian Women Architects -- Rural Architecture in Estonia After the Second World War -- Valve Pormeister: Innovation From The Margins -- Ell Väärtnõu: Structuralist Repetition -- Meeli Truu: Spaces For Socialist Society's Performative Shift -- Marika Lõoke: Urbane Architecture, Elegant and Enigmatic -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Part 2 Individuals in Context
8 Gender and Return Migration: Karola Bloch and The Development of Standard Childcare Typologies in the German Democratic Republic, 1949-1961
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Ideological Equals -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Notes on Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Notes -- Part 1 Case Studies -- 1 Between State Socialist Emancipation and Professional Desire: Women Architects in the German Democratic Republic, 1949-1990 -- Setting the Stage: Women Architects in Germany Prior to the Second World War -- Official and Professional Support for Women in the GDR: The Possibilities and Limitations of State-Sponsored Emancipation -- Support for Women Architects in the GDR: a Quantitative Analysis

The Female Point of View: The Perspective of GDR Women Architects -- Women Architects and Their Network Practices in the GDR -- Career Patterns, Personal Observations -- Conclusion and Future Research -- Notes -- 2 Female Students of Jože Plečnik Between Tradition and Modernism -- Architectural Education and New Feminine Ideals in Slovenia, 1919-1945 -- Women Students in the Architecture Seminar of Jože Plečnik After the Second World War -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 3 At the Forefront of Socialist Development: Women in Hungarian Industrial Architecture, 1945-1970

The New Situation of Women Engineers During the Rákosi Dictatorship (1948-1956) -- State Feminism and Industrial Architecture After 1956 -- Notes -- 4 Emancipated But Still Accompanied: The First Generation of Women Architects in Slovakia -- The Sixties: Modernization and Political, National and Gender Emancipation -- Working in a Design Institute -- Women as Architects -- Gender and Architecture: Limitations, Ambivalences, Possibilities -- Notes -- 5 Spousal Collaboration as a Professional Strategy For Women Architects in the Polish People's Republic -- Women in the Polish People's Republic

Women Architects in Poland: From the Second Republic to the People's Republic -- Models for Women's Professional Practice in the Early Years of the Polish People's Republic -- A New Generation Emerging After 1950 -- Spousal Collaboration in the Polish People's Republic: A Strategy For Self-Realization or A Marginalized Practice? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 6 The Drawing Board Au féminin: Women Architects in Communist Romania -- >Women Architects in Romania: Genus-Differentia -- Women Architects Under Communism: Feminine Desire for Architecture -- The Guild is Dead, Long live the Guild

Career Perspectives -- The Visibility of Women Architects -- Sine Ira Et Studio -- Author's Note -- Notes -- 7 Women Architects of Soviet Estonia: Four Approaches to Design in a Rural Context -- The First Generations Of Estonian Women Architects -- Rural Architecture in Estonia After the Second World War -- Valve Pormeister: Innovation From The Margins -- Ell Väärtnõu: Structuralist Repetition -- Meeli Truu: Spaces For Socialist Society's Performative Shift -- Marika Lõoke: Urbane Architecture, Elegant and Enigmatic -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Part 2 Individuals in Context

8 Gender and Return Migration: Karola Bloch and The Development of Standard Childcare Typologies in the German Democratic Republic, 1949-1961

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<p>Mary Pepchinski is an architect and a professor of architectural design at the University of Applied Science, Dresden. She has taught at the Technical Universities of Berlin, Dresden, and Graz, where she was the Aigner-Rollet Guest Professor for Gender Studies and Women's Reseach in 2002.</p> <p>Mariann Simon is an architect and professor. After eight years in practice she turned to teaching and research work focusing on 20thcentury and contemporary architecture and theory at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Since 2014 she has been a professor at the Department for Urban Planning and Design, Szent István University, Budapest.</p>

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