City and Gender: International Discourse on Gender, Urbanism by Ulla Terlinden (auth.), Ulla Terlinden (eds.)
By Ulla Terlinden (auth.), Ulla Terlinden (eds.)
The booklet brings jointly the overseas discourses on gender, urbanism and structure. individuals are architects, social scientists and students from urban and regionalplanning from the united states, Turkey, Israel, Chile, united kingdom, Lesotho and Germany. Das Buch führt die internationalen Diskurse über Gender, Urbanismus und Architektur zusammen. Die Beiträge stammen von Architektinnen, Soziologinnen und Planerinnen aus den united states, Türkei, Israel, Chile, Großbritannien, Lesotho und Deutschland.
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