Making Space: On the Need for Intersectional Feminism in Architecture Schools



Blue-eyed architect
I defy you
beware architect, for if the Rebel dies it will not be without making everyone aware that you are the constructor of a pestilential world
architect beware
who crowned you? During what night did you exchange compass for dagger?
architect deaf to things, as distinct as a tree but as closed as armor, each of your steps is a conquest and a spoliation and a misconception and an assassination.” (Aimé Césaire, And the Dogs Were Silent, trans. Clayton Eshlemann & Annette Smith, The University Press of Virginia, 1958.)