The final theme in the Parlour Reading Room series builds on and weaves together the past five themes to explore existing and emerging methods for practicing intersectional feminism within built environment professions.
In returning to where we started, we re-visit Sarah Ahmed’s thoughts on creating a killjoy manifesto in her Living a Feminist Life and consider how we might engage these ideas within architecture. In so doing, we reflect on how we might create our own DIY intersectional practices with conversationalists Torange Khonsari, Hélène Frichot and Jane Rendell.
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