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Women in the Street

Women in the Street

Karen Burns reflects on protest and the transformation of the street by the fluid body politic.
An anxious discipline

An anxious discipline

Byron Kinnaird on the need for our discipline to take responsibility for the mental health of students and the wider profession.
Architectures of internment

Architectures of internment

Kate Sarkodee speaks to Dr Anoma Pieris about her research into WW2 internment camps and the implications for contemporary issues of detention.
Parlour Guides to Equitable Practice

Parlour Guides to Equitable Practice

The Parlour Guides to Equitable Practice help architecture move towards a more equitable profession; and one that is better positioned to meet contemporary challenges.
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SA Design Review Program seeks new members

SA Design Review Program seeks new members

Are you passionate about good design in South Australia? The South Australian Design Review Program is seeking new members for its Design Review Panel.
IAWA – Milka Bliznakov Research Prize

IAWA – Milka Bliznakov Research Prize

The 2017 Milka Bliznakov Research Prize is calling for submissions. Why not get involved and help fill the glaring gap in knowledge about women's professional achievements in architecture
The merits of mentoring

The merits of mentoring

When it comes to creating a motivated and well-supported architectural workforce, mentoring is a no-brainer, argues Michael Smith.
Women in Architecture: Susan Dugdale

Women in Architecture: Susan Dugdale

Meet Alice Springs–based architect Susan Dugdale, the latest profile in our Women in Architecture series.
Calling for Instagram guest hosts!

Calling for Instagram guest hosts!

Do you want to host Parlour's Instagram account for a week?
Wanted: Experienced project architect

Wanted: Experienced project architect

A Melbourne-based architecture practice seeks an experienced project architect to work 4–5 days per week on high-end residential projects.
Acknowledgement, amnesty, welcome

Acknowledgement, amnesty, welcome

Camilla Block on becoming a registered architect after decades in the profession, and the new process that enabled this.
WikiD: simple tasks to get started

WikiD: simple tasks to get started

Interested in WikiD, but not sure how to begin? Charity Edwards and Alysia Bennett have some suggestions of easy things to get you going.
Go hard or go home!

Go hard or go home!

Lee Hillam reflects on the long-hours culture in architecture.
Congratulations Catherine Baudet!

Congratulations Catherine Baudet!

The inaugural Paula Whitman Leadership in Gender Equity Prize has been awarded to Catherine Baudet. Parlour extends its warmest congratulations to Catherine.
Breaking news: women are not condiments

Breaking news: women are not condiments

Dodgy data on the gender pay gap has inspired alarmist headlines and some rather archaic opinions, argues Gill Matthewson.
Queering Architecture: Framing the conversation

Queering Architecture: Framing the conversation

Queering Architecture? convenors Naomi Stead and Nicole Kalms explore the themes and questions around their upcoming XYX Lab event.
Getting started editing Wikipedia

Getting started editing Wikipedia

Getting started on your first Wikipedia entry can be daunting. We can help you work out where to start, and how to find the resources and references you need.
NCGE essay 1: Leadership

NCGE essay 1: Leadership

Women make great leaders, but a seat at the top table is often elusive. Emma Williamson explores the obstacles women face on the road to the top.
Women in the Street

Women in the Street

Karen Burns reflects on protest and the transformation of the street by the fluid body politic.
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