The SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group (SAH WiA AG) is a Board-approved affiliate group of members of the Society of Architectural Historians who share a common, scholarly, or other, interest aligned with the SAH mission.
The Mission of SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group is to support the breadth of interests of SAH members, to advocate the international, national, and regional contributions of women in architecture, to champion the cause of gender equity and the diversity of professional engagements in the integral field of the built environment.
The Objectives of the Group are to provide a platform for collaborative scholarship and a forum for discussion; to document, support, and advance research, publication, education, and exhibition initiatives; and to integrate professional standing of women in architecture with broader studies across cultures and geographies.
The Guidelines are envisioned to acknowledge the vast landscapes of yet latent legacies, contexts, and perspectives, to record the largely unwritten women’s professional histories, to invite questions and debates, stimulate studies and discussions in emerging and bordering areas, and to address current work and the cultivation and empowerment of the next generation. The gravity of objectives for the group is determined by an urgency to fill the void in resources about women’s contribution to the built environment, leadership, and new trajectories of global transitions.
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Celebrating March 8—The International Women’s Day

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    Anna Sokolina
    Join SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group Special Virtual Event!

    Celebrating March 8—The International Women’s Day

    Free and open to the public: March 8, 2023, 1:002:30 PM CST


    Women Builders and Earthen Architectural Heritage in Africa: Practical Case in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, and Niger. Director and Script: Amélie Esséssé, Architect


    Program:  Documentary film screening and discussion with film director architect Amélie Esséssé

    Moderator: Gül Kale

    Panelists: Diane Elliott Gayer, Anna SokolinaElisa Dainese, Rebecca Siefert


    Organized in collaboration with Art & Architectural History, Carleton University, Canada. With gratitude for support to Society of Architectural Historians




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