Rosemary Burne offers reflections and perspectives on the changing nature of gender politics in architecture.
Cathy Smith offers a ‘Do-It -Yourself’ guide to navigating the difficult terrain of the architectural academic workplace.
We have developed a set of five brief guides to help you learn about writing for Wikipedia. Now available in German as well as English!
Georgia Singleton, Global Director of Health, Education and Science at Woods Bagot, is the third in Michael Smith's profile series on impressive women who are shaping architecture in Australia.
Revisiting her 2003 article on women in architecture, Tanya Trevisan calls for more action to tackle continuing inequality in the profession.
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Australian women architects on Wikipedia is increasing – check out who is already there, and get inspired to add more entries.
Shaneen Fantin writes of the importance of engaging with other women on big issues and ideas – a fortifying and joyful experience – and observes that over one third of the architectural practices in Cairns are led by women.
Julia Donoho outlines her strategy for redressing the striking gender imbalance in the world of architecture awards.
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The Anganwadi Project has a unique opportunity available for an architect or recent graduate to join the upcoming 2015/2016 build.
Ingrid Bakker is a Principal of Hassell in Melbourne, and the second in our profile series of women who are shaping architecture in Australia, initiated by the Gender Equity Committee of the Australian Institute of Architects. Melbourne-based Ingrid Bakker is a Principal of Hassell and part of the regional management team,...
The City of Women, a new book edited by Dr Katia Frey and Dr Eliana Perotti, documents women’s contribution to urban planning (in German).
Meet Jane Wetherall, senior architect at Donaldson and Warn – interviewed by Michael Smith for the National Gender Equity Committee.
Don Gazzard ponders the status of women in architecture over the decades and outlines Parlour’s important role in challenging inequity and working towards improved conditions for all.
Get involved and help increase in the numbers of women in the Australian built environment represented on Wikipedia. The first Melbourne writing workshop is on September 13.