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Readings

Welcome to the Parlour Reading Lists. We invite you to explore these engaging personal recommendations of interesting and accessible material on a broad range of topics – books, articles, videos, podcasts and much more.

 

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Women & Homelessness

Women & Homelessness

Older women are the fastest growing cohort of homeless people in Australia. Tania Davidge outlines the urgent need for safe and secure affordable rental housing.
Climate Change

Climate Change

How do we gain understanding of the climate challenges confronting us while still retaining positivity and motivation? Alison Cleary offers her list of the best articles of 2021.
Marketing & Communications

Marketing & Communications

Nikita Morell shares her favourite podcasts, must-read books and knowledgeable marketing folk to follow on LinkedIN.
Starting out in Architecture

Starting out in Architecture

Sarah Lebner shares her favourite resources for students and grads, including books to read, videos to watch, and podcasts to listen to.
Marion Lucy Mahony’s List

Marion Lucy Mahony’s List

Our latest Reading list is by Dr Annette Condello, who shares her recommendations for scholarly readings on Marion Lucy Mahony and her impact on popular culture.
Read / watch / listen recommendations

Read / watch / listen recommendations

Parlour Reading Room convenors Anwyn Hocking and Sophie Adsett showcase a range of read/watch/listen recommendations from the Parlour community.
Podcasts by design

Podcasts by design

In preparation for the launch of Parlour’s very own podcast, Anwyn Hocking has put together a list of other inspiring podcasts for and by women in architecture and design.
Women, Activism & Social Housing

Women, Activism & Social Housing

Samantha Donnelly shares her recommendations for readings on women, activism, and social housing.
Voices of Country

Voices of Country

Dr Danièle Hromek (Budawang/Yuin) shares her recommendations for reading, listening and viewing to increase understanding and knowledge of Aboriginal cultures.
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