"Spaces of Care, Then and Now" Dolores Hayden, author of The Grand Domestic Revolution and Building Suburbia, presents her groundbreaking research on 19th and early 20th century feminist proposals for public infrastructure, in opposition to mid-20th century suburban planning based on Victorian gender stereotypes that separate public and private realms.
"Neighborhood Stories" Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, a founder of New Urbanism and a founding partner of the firm DPZ coDesign, shares successful projects connecting private and public spaces in support of women and children.
We are pleased to announce all INTERSECTIONS programs are FREE of charge for attendees. Registration is required. Please click "BUY TICKETS" below to make your reservation.
Please note, registration ends at 1 pm the day of the event. Tickets will be available at the door.
Doors Open at 5:30pm
Program Starts at 6pm
Light Reception from 7:30 - 8pm
For complimentary media access, please contact Karen Baratz, Baratz Communications.