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SAH Women in Architecture AG virtual panel at AIA Silicon Valley AI.22 Symposium

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    Anna Sokolina
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    @nyc2020

    SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group National Outreach Program | Virtual Panel at The American Institute of Architects | Silicon Valley Chapter | Architectural Intelligence Symposium

    Website: AI.22 Symposium Session: EQUITY

    Date: April 19, 2022, 11:30am-12:30 pm CST

    Panel:  Inspired by History to Form the Future

    Synopsis:

    This panel supported by the Women in Architecture Affiliate Group of the Society of Architectural Historians, brings together speakers from across continents to discuss how the recent research has transformed the way we examine women’s contribution to the built environment, and how women who practice architecture around the world continue to change the face of our profession. Among the narratives that emerge from evaluations of historic gender roles in architecture and design are those reflecting on the guidelines employed by scholars. In seeking to uncover latent stories of exceptional records, historians are the first to question assumptions and alter conventional agendas. Our panelists address the gap between the critical misconceptions, recognize women’s past and present accomplishments and leadership, advocate and inspire new role models from diverse backgrounds and geographies.

    Moderators: 

    Anna Sokolina, PhD, founding chair, Women in Architecture Affiliate Group of the Society of Architectural Historians

    Priya Jain, AIA, LEED BD+C, assistant professor, Department of Architecture, and associate director, Center for Heritage Conservation, Texas A&M University; national outreach coordinator at SAH Women in Architecture Affiliate Group

    Panelists:

    Yan Wencheng, PhD, lecturer, California State University, web news editor, SAH WiA AG | Lin Huiyin: An Extraordinary Woman in Modern Chinese Architecture

    Meral Ekincioglu, PhD, lecturer, Medipol University, Istanbul, Turkey, SAH WiA AG Registers Committee, HIG Research | Ayla Karacabey: Uncovering Her Archive

    Dr. Eva M. Alvarez Isidro and Dr. Carlos J. Gómez Alfonso, associate professors, Architectural Studio Department, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain | “Back to the Future”: Collections at the International Archive of Women in Architecture

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    Anna Sokolina
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    @nyc2020
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