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Forgetting Women Architects / KCRW Design & Architecture

Forgetting Women Architects / KCRW Design & Architecture
Forgetting Women Architects / KCRW Design & Architecture, Image by Tom Morris, March 2012, based on the 'We Can Do It!' poster created by J. Howard Miller in 1942 for the U.S. War Production Coordinating Committee, as part of the homefront mobilization campaign during World War II. [Courtesy of <a href='https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/'>Wikimedia</a> Commons, via Design Observer
Image by Tom Morris, March 2012, based on the 'We Can Do It!' poster created by J. Howard Miller in 1942 for the U.S. War Production Coordinating Committee, as part of the homefront mobilization campaign during World War II. [Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, via Design Observer

Today, KCRW's Design & Architecture will air a podcast on the topic of "Forgetting Women Architects." The show will feature ArchDaily columnist Guy Horton's interview with Denise Scott Brown as well as a conversation based on Despina Stratigakos' fantastic article for Design Observer, "Unforgetting Women Architects: From the Pritzker to Wikipedia." In the article, Stratigakos describes how women continue to be edited out of architecture history and calls for us to "unforget" them by including their stories in online resources such as wikipedia. You can listen to the podcast here. 

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Cite: Vanessa Quirk. "Forgetting Women Architects / KCRW Design & Architecture" 25 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/393422/forgetting-women-architects-kcrw-design-and-architecture/> ISSN 0719-8884
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