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Colección especial de artículos de investigación con título: "Architectural Historiography and Fourth Wave Feminism".

Editores invitados: Torsten Lange, Lucía C.

Pérez-Moreno. Artículos seleccionados tras llamada a participación competitiva internacional y un riguroso proceso de revisión por pares anónimo e internacional.

Colección publicada en 2020 en Architectural Histories, la revista de la EAHN (European Architectural History Network).

Resumen: Over the course of the last decade, women from all over the world and from different social and cultural backgrounds continued to strive for equal rights in the face of discrimination, sexism, and misogyny.

Utilizing new tools and strategies for communication, this ‘fourth wave’ of feminist thinking and activism is characterized by its commitment to a ‘diversity of purpose’ that recognises intersectionality as a key issue of our time and questions established sex/gender systems and gender as a binary category.

This Special Collection explores the impact of current feminist discourse on architectural historiography.

It offers critical debate on the legacy of second and third wave feminism, and asks for the ongoing relevance of the concerns and methodologies.

It also highlights the potential of new strategies for documenting and researching the work of women architects, investigating the possibilities of digital tools and networked knowledge.

Moreover, the collection considers histories of feminist architectural writing in relation to non-canonical geographies and takes a broader view to include LGBTIQ+ perspectives on the built environment.

It offers diverse explorations of these key issues and presents necessary reflections to widen feminist enquiries in architectural discourse. La colección consta de 7 artículos.

Estos son: • Lange, T and Pérez-Moreno, LC.


Architectural Historiography and Fourth Wave Feminism.

Architectural Histories, 8(1): 26, pp.

1–10.DOI: • Volz, K.


Reconsidering ‘Minor’ Archives: The Case of Australian Architect Nell McCredie.

Architectural Histories, 8(1): 24, pp.1–9.DOI: • Agha, M.


Emotional Capital and Other Ontologies of the Architect.

Architectural Histories, 8(1): 23,pp.1–13.

DOI: • Burns, K and Brown, L.


Telling Transnational Histories of Women in Architecture, 1960–2015.

Architectural Histories,8(1): 15, pp.1–11.

DOI: • Parra-Martínez, J, Gutierrez-Mozo, E., Gilsanz, A.


Queering California Modernism: Architectural Figurations and Media Exposure of Gay Domesticity in the Roosevelt Era.

Architectural Histories, 8(1): 14, pp.1–22.

DOI: • Hoekstra, R.


Second-Wave Feminism in Dutch Universities: Revisiting the Work of Feminist Scholars and Its Consequences for Dutch Architectural History.

Architectural Histories, 8(1): 13, pp.


DOI: • Merrett, AJ, et al.


Reviews for the Special Collection on Architectural Historiography and Fourth Wave Feminism 2020.

Architectural Histories, 8(1): 25, pp.1–7.


  • feminismo de la igualdad
  • historia de las mujeres
  • feminismo de la diferencia
  • feminismo queer
  • historiografía de la arquitectura
  • historia de la arquitectura del siglo xx