The Women Writing Architecture annotated bibliography is a collectively-created resource: we need your suggestions to grow our list.
Only texts that have been recommended, either as an annotation1 or as part of a collection2, can be included.3
We have discovered that every citation, annotation and collection comes out of a conversation, and everyone, regardless of gender, is invited to email us at: email@example.com.
If you would prefer to contribute an annotation directly, please complete to form below:
- Annotations are citations suggested by individuals accompanied by their thoughts, opinions and research. An annotation can be anything from a couple of sentences about why this text is important to you, perhaps as what Sarah Ahmed calls a ‘companion text’, to an extensive, illustrated piece of work around the text that we could develop through an editorial process together.
- Collections are groups of citations drawn from syllabi, events, bookshops, personal interest and many other inspirations.
- The way that the bibliographical list is made – each citation connected to at least one annotation or collection – means that it works best when suggested texts are the work of others, rather than by oneself. In this way, the value of a text is created by the number of times it is meaningful to someone, chosen as part of a collection or collections or annotated once or many times. This approach is inspired by the ‘Long Spoons’ or ‘Long Chopsticks’ allegory, which takes the dining table as analogy for humanity.