Ideological Equals : Women Architects in Socialist Europe 1945-1989
By: Pepchinski, Mary.
Contributor(s): Simon, Mariann.Material type: TextSeries: 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.
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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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