Table of contents for Negotiating domesticity : spatial productions of gender in modern architecture / [edited by] Hilde Heynen and Gulsum Baydar.

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Introduction
Hilde Heynen
Modernity and domesticity. Tensions and contradictions.
Gulsum Baydar
Figures of wo/man in contemporary architectural discourse.
Gendered subjects
Elizabeth Darling
'A citizen as well as a housewife'. New spaces of domesticity in 1930s London.
Ioanna Theocharopoulou
The housewife, the builder and the desire for a Polykatoikia apartment in Postwar Athens 
Fredie Floré
Promoting catholic family values and modern domesticity in post-war Belgium
Barbara Penner
Rehearsing domesticity: post-war Pocono honeymoon resorts
Sexual articulations
Karina Van Herck
'Only where comfort ends does humanity begin'. On the 'coldness' of avant-garde architecture in the Weimar period 
Despina Stratigakos
The uncanny architect: fears of lesbian builders and deviant homes in modern Germany
Katarina Bonnevier
A queer analysis of Eileen Gray's E.1027
Chee Li Lian
An architecture of twenty-words: intimate details of a London Blue Plaque House
Laura J. Miller
Denatured domesticity: an account of femininity and physiognomy in the interiors of Frances Glessner Lee
Spatial practices
Ernestina Osorio
Unequal union: La Casa Estudio de San Angel Inn, ca 1929-1932
Christopher Wilson
Looking at / in / from the Maison de Verre
André Loeckx
The Third House: Marie-Jose Van Hee's Dealings with Domesticity
Charles Rice
Photography's veil: reading gender and Loos's interiors
Anne Troutman 
The Modernist boudoir and the erotics of Space

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Architecture and women.
Feminism and architecture.
Architecture, Domestic.
Space (Architecture).
Women -- Social conditions.