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_q(electronic bk. : PDF)
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050 0 0 _aNA2300.D48
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082 0 0 _a700.1/03
245 0 0 _aTeaching and designing in Detroit :
_b10 women on pedagogy and practice /
_cedited by Stephen Vogel and Libby Balter Blume.
264 1 _aNew York, NY :
300 _a1 online resource.
336 _atext
337 _acomputer
338 _aonline resource
490 1 _aRoutledge research in architecture
520 _a"This book provides a compelling and insightful portrait of ten female architects, artists, and designers who explored unique approaches to teaching, practice, and research in the post-industrial city of Detroit. These women explored the phenomenon of a new "ecological urbanism" through their own work in art, architecture, design, planning, landscape architecture and installation as well as the work as their students. Teaching and Designing in Detroit provides an eighteen-year snapshot of this work, how it affected the women's practice, how they influenced student relationships to design and community development, and how their visions are now being carried out in Detroit. This book is organised into sections that group stories according to their focus on practice, pedagogy, and community engagement. Included in the book is a foreword by Leslie Kanes Weisman, the only female architecture professor at the University of Detroit Mercy in the 1970s, and an afterword by Sharon Egretta Sutton reflecting on how working and practicing in Detroit foreshadowed the future vision now being carried out in the rebounding city of Detroit. An intriguing read for students and professionals, this book will illustrate how these lessons learned can be applied by universities and communities in other post-industrial cities"--
_cProvided by publisher.
588 _aOCLC-licensed vendor bibliographic record.
610 2 0 _aDetroit Collaborative Design Center
610 2 0 _aDetroit Collaborative Design Center
_xPublic services.
650 0 _aWomen college teachers
650 0 _aArchitects and community
650 0 _aArtists and community
650 7 _aARCHITECTURE / General
700 1 _aVogel, Stephen
_c(Professor of Architecture),
700 1 _aBlume, Libby Balter,
856 4 0 _3Taylor & Francis
856 4 2 _3OCLC metadata license agreement
999 _c74519