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Women in Architectural Practice: Pathways in American Modernism

Posted by on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 in 2019-2020 Fellows' Showcase.

A presentation by Kevin Murphy, 2019-2020 Faculty Fellow

This project maps the network of social and professional relationships between the graduates of the Cambridge School of Architecture in Massachusetts which operated from 1915 until the nearby Harvard University architecture program began accepting women, in 1942.  While the graduates worked in a variety of fields—architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning and housing policy, and so on—and designed in a number of styles, a group of them produced early and under-discussed modern designs. To learn more, please click here: MurphyPresentation