DUE__DEC 5TH 10AM LATEST DEADLINE! CANNOT BE LATE PLEASE!
REQUIREMENTS: 1. Please respond in-depth to the THREE questions shown below, respectively to the THREE reading
materials attached as named; 2. EACH response should be AT LEAST ONE PAGE (3 pages in total); 3. Use ONLY the THREE reading materials to justify your arguments
FORMAT: Double spaced; 12 pt font; 1 inch margin No cover or any other format
How does the separation of space through issues of privacy and circulation contribute to a politics of control as an architectural problem in light of the responsiblity of the architect to ensure equity of access, and issues of social equity and justice?
What strides and actions did women take at the grassroots level and the national level in the 1970s in the fight against discrimination and sexism in the workplace? How did these measures address their goals of social equity and cultural diversity in architecture? In what way did these measures succeed and what work remains to be done today?
How does the manipulation and control of vision and sight correspond with architectural geometry and form as it pertains to issues of race and racism? What other examples can you think of that exemplify the connection between sight, ownership, and power?