It is time to start talking about everyday sexism in architecture – the elephant in the Parlour. Karen Burns leads the way.
We all want to be valued for the quality of our work, not framed by the fact of our gender. Karen Burns reflects on the complex interactions between culture and individual agency.
How do anthologies of architectural theory represent feminism and gender theory? Karen Burns finds a "strangely antiquated", essentialist version at odds with the aims of the work itself.
Countering women’s marginalisation by appropriating the model of the urban 'boys' club'. Karen Burns recalls the activism and intellectual engagement of E1027.
Download the audio of Karen Burns being interviewed about Women and Architecture on Radio National's By Design.
Karen Burns' essay gives an overview of the state of play and the issues facing women in Australian architecture.