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Following on from 2016’s Queering Architecture seminar, the Jaap Bakema Study Centre is organizing another event around the theme. On this occasion Joel Sanders, architect and professor at Yale University, will give a lecture about diversity and inclusivity in architecture, based on the notion of the ‘noncompliant body’.

Sanders became known in the 1990s as editor of the groundbreaking Stud: Architectures of Masculinity. Together with Susan Stryker and Terry Kogan, he worked on the Stalled! project, which addresses the American debate surrounding transgender access to public restrooms. Sanders published an article on this topic in the recent Trans Bodies / Queering Spaces issue of Footprint, which was edited by Robert Gorny and Dirk van den Heuvel. The lecture will be followed by a conversation with Sanders and the Footprint editors.

date
26/09/2018
time
16:00 – 18:00
language
English
 
location

TU Delft
Faculteit Bouwkunde
Zaal A, Julianalaan 134
Delft.

entrance

Free. Please register via tickets