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Iglesias, Cristina Botana (author), Novas, María (author)
In the first quarter of the 21st century, we are facing the profound impact of overexploitation of the Earth and the consolidation of a globalized capitalism with deep colonial and patriarchal roots. Two major challenges converge at this crucial point: the climate crisis and growing social inequality. In urban and territorial studies, we tend...
journal article 2023
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Novas, María (author)
In the 1950s, married women in the Netherlands were assimilated into the fixed ideal of heteronormative family and traditional family housing standards which were the norm; single women were not. Single women represented not only a separate category in post-Second World War society but also a stigmatised one. What was a woman without a man?...
journal article 2023
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Jackowska, O.B. (author), Novas, María (author)
This article contributes to shedding light, documenting, and disseminating a pioneer event that has not been part of the recorded history of urban planning. In 1991, two feminist engineers working at the City of Vienna’s Urban Planning Office organized a ground-breaking exhibition with the aim of understanding gender bias in urban design. The...
journal article 2022
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Sarmiento, Laura (author), Brandão Tavares, Rossana (author), Novas, María (author)
book 2022
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Brandão Tavares, Rossana (author), Sarmiento, Laura (author), Novas, María (author), Monteiro, Poliana (author), Baptista, Silvia (author), Perfeito Sampaio, Lívia (author), Cardoso Peña, Mariana (author), Baptista, Mayra (author)
A proposta tem como objetivo apresentar trabalhos no contexto de pandemia, com intuito de debater perspectivas de investigação feminista e de vivências distintas das mulheres em seus territórios urbanos. Busca-se evidenciar como no contexto da pandemia tem sido fundamental dar luz à vida cotidiana das mulheres para evidenciar experiências e...
abstract 2022
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Novas, María (author)
In the post-WWII period in the Netherlands, a women’s organization set the agenda for improving the quality of social housing projects. Through bureaucratic procedures, the Vrouwen Adviescommissie (VAC, Women Advisory Committee) managed to open up a path for women’s interventions at the Municipality of Rotterdam, while expanding its network to...
abstract 2022
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Thomas, A.R. (author), Novas, María (author)
Historically, the work of white Western male architects has dominated architectural history education. In recent decades a large body of scholarship has attempted to critically question this, highlighting and subverting mainstream disciplinary values, which are informed by gendered, racial, classist, and colonial biases. This chapter explores...
book chapter 2022
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Brandão Tavares, Rossana (author), Novas, María (author), Sarmiento, Laura (author)
journal article 2022
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Tummers-Mueller, L.C. (author), Novas, María (author)
This article approaches post-war housing innovation in the Netherlands from a feminist perspective, shedding light on the hitherto unkown roles played by women architects. It introduces the work of Dutch women architects, some of it acknowledged at the time of its creation, some completely unknown. First, Augustine Schreuder-Gratama, one of the...
journal article 2021
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Novas, María (author), Pllumbi, Dorina (author)
Shëmti and feísmo are the two names given respectively in the Albanian and Galician languages to stigmatize this unruly built environment: It is considered a material expression of both constructed and internalized myth of being the underdeveloped peoples in the European periphery.<br/>This paper aims to explore how this stigmatization has been...
conference paper 2021
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Novas, María (author), Paleo Mosquera, Sofía (author)
El hecho de vivir tiempos que nos entregan a la idolatría tecnológica y su aparente neutralidad, no nos impide advertir que el espacio construido tiene una dimensión cultural. Y esto es de lo poco que sí constituye una realidad objetiva — entendida como aquella que es independiente de la propia manera de pensar o sentir.
journal article 2020
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Novas, María (author), Carreiro Otero, María (author), López González, Cándido (author)
TThe remoteness of Galicia, a cultural and linguistic bridge between Portugal and Spain, did not prevent it from playing a significant role in the history of female architects in the Iberian Peninsula. Nine Galician pioneers have carved the path since the first generation of Spanish female architects outlined the precedents during the Second...
journal article 2020
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Novas, María (author), Paleo Mosquera, Sofía (author)
book chapter 2019
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