Gendered Analyses of the City and Feminist Theory in Planning

Reference bibliography prepared for Ph.D. Comprehensive Exam Field 2
Sarah Gelbard, October 2016

(see also Ph.D. Comprehensive Exam Field 1 Reference Bibliography)

Adams, Annmarie, and Peta Tancred. 2000. Designing women: Gender and the architectural profession. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Ahrentzen, Sherry. 2003. “The space between the studs: Feminism and architecture.”  Signs 29 (1):179-206.

Arnstein, Sherry R. 1969. “A ladder of citizen participation.”  Journal of the American Institute of planners 35 (4):216-224.

Benschop, Yvonne, and Mieke Verloo. 2006. “Sisyphus’ Sisters: Can Gender Mainstreaming Escape the Genderedness of Organizations?”  Journal of Gender Studies 15 (1):19-33.

Bondi, Liz, and Hazel Christie. 2000. “Working out the urban: gender relations and the city.” In A Companion to the City, edited by Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson, 292-306. Oxford: Blackwell.

Brown, Wendy. 1992. “Finding the Man in the State.”  Feminist Studies 18 (1):7-34.

Bunch, Charlotte. 1987. Passionate politics: Feminist theory in action. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Colomina, Beatriz. 1996. “Battle Lines: E.1027.” In The sex of architecture, edited by Diana Agrest, Patricia Conway and Leslie Kanes Weisman, 167-182. New York: Harry N. Abrams.

Crenshaw, Kimberle. 1989. “Demarginalizing the intersection of race and sex: A black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics.”  University of Chicago Legal Forum 1989 (1):139-167.

Crenshaw, Kimberle. 1991. “Mapping the margins: Intersectionality, identity politics, and violence against women of color.”  Stanford law review 43 (6):1241-1299.

Delphy, Christine, and Diana Leonard. 1984. Close to home : a materialist analysis of women’s oppression. London: Hutchinson.

Di Stefano, Christine. 1988. “Dilemmas of Difference.”  Women & Politics 8 (3-4):1-24. doi: 10.1300/J014v08n03_01.

Dietz, Mary G. 1985. “Citizenship with a feminist face: the problem with maternal thinking.”  Political Theory 13 (1):19-37.

Dubrow, Gail, and Mary Corbin Sies. 2002. “Letting our guard down: Race, class, gender, and sexuality in planning history.”  Journal of Planning History 1 (3):203-214.

Dubrow, Gail Lee, and Jennifer B. Goodman. 2003. Restoring women’s history through historic preservation. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Fainstein, Susan S. , and Lisa J. Servon. 2005. Gender and planning : a reader. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.

Fenster, Tovi. 2005. “The Right to the Gendered City: Different Formations of Belonging in Everyday Life.”  Journal of Gender Studies 14 (3):217-231. doi: 10.1080/09589230500264109.

Forester, John. 1989. Planning in the face of power. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Forsyth, Ann. 2011. “Queering Planning Practice: Understanding Non-Conformist Populations.” In Queerying planning: challenging heteronormative assumptions and reframing planning practice, edited by L. Doan Petra, 21-51. Burlington, Vt: Ashgate.

Fraser, Nancy. 1990. “Rethinking the Public Sphere: A Contribution to the Critique of Actually Existing Democracy.”  Social Text (25/26):56-80. doi: 10.2307/466240.

Friedman, Marilyn. 1987. “Beyond caring: The de-moralization of gender.”  Canadian Journal of Philosophy 13:87-110.

Frye, Marilyn. 1989. “The possibility of feminist theory.” In Women, Knowledge, and Reality: Explorations in Feminist Philosophy, edited by Ann Garry and Marilyn Pearsall, 34-47. Boston: Unwin Hyman.

Gilligan, Carol. 1995. “Moral orientation and moral development.” In Justice and Care: Essential Readings in Feminist Ethics, edited by Virginia Held. Boulder: Westview Press.

Gilroy, Rose, and Chris Booth. 1999. “Building an infrastructure for everyday lives.”  European Planning Studies 7 (3):307-324.

Glass, Ruth. 1973. “The evaluation of planning: some sociological considerations.” In A Reader in Planning Theory, edited by Andreas Faludi, 45-67. New York: Pergamon Press. Original edition, International Social Science Journal 11(3), 1959.

Hammond, Cynthia. 2012. “I weep for us women: Suburbia, modernism, and feminism in the 1953 Canadian home journal housing competition.” In Rethinking Professionalism: Women and Art in Canada, 1850-1970, edited by Kristina Huneault and Janice Anderson, 194-224. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Haraway, Donna. 1988. “Situated knowledges: The science question in feminism and the privilege of partial perspective.”  Feminist studies 14 (3):575-599.

Harding, Sandra G. 1986. The science question in feminism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Haslanger, Sally. 1995. “Ontology and social construction.”  Philosophical Topics 23 (2):95-125.

Hayden, Dolores. 1980. “What would a non-sexist city be like? Speculations on housing, urban design, and human work.”  Signs 5 (3):S170-S187.

Hayden, Dolores, and Gwendolyn Wright. 1976. “Architecture and urban planning.”  Signs 1 (4):923-933.

Healey, Patsy. 1992. “Planning through debate: the communicative turn in planning theory.”  Town planning review 63 (2):143-162.

Healey, Patsy. 1997. Collaborative planning: Shaping places in fragmented societies. Vancouver: Gibson Library Connections. Reprint, 2000.

Hebdige, Dick. 1979. Subculture, the meaning of style. London: Methuen.

Held, Virginia. 1990. “Feminist transformations of moral theory.”  Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 50 (Supplement):321-344.

hooks, bell. 2000. Feminist theory: From margin to center. 2nd ed. London: Pluto Press.

Jupp, Eleanor. 2014. “Women, Communities, Neighbourhoods: Approaching Gender and Feminism within UK Urban Policy.”  Antipode 46 (5):1304-1322.

Kern, Leslie. 2013. “All aboard? Women working the spaces of gentrification in Toronto’s Junction.”  Gender, Place & Culture 20 (4):510-527. doi: 10.1080/0966369X.2012.701201.

Larsson, Anita. 2006. “From equal opportunities to gender awareness in strategic spatial planning: Reflections based on Swedish experiences.”  Town Planning Review 77 (5):507-530.

Leavitt, Jacqueline. 1980. “The History, Status, and Concerns of Woman Planners.”  Signs 5 (3):S226-S230.

Leavitt, Jacqueline. 1986. “Feminist advocacy planning in the 1980s.” In Strategic Perspectives on Planning Practice, edited by Barry Checkoway, 183-194. Lexington: Lexington Books.

Longino, Helen E. 1993. “Subjects, power, and knowledge: Description and prescription in feminist philosophies of science.” In Feminist Epistemologies, edited by Linda Alcoff and Elizabeth Potter, 101-120. New York: Routledge.

MacKinnon, Catharine. 1989. “Consciousness Raising.” In Toward a feminist theory of the state, 83-105. Cambridge: Harvard UP.

MacKinnon, Catharine A. 1982. “Feminism, Marxism, method, and the state: An agenda for theory.”  Signs 7 (3):515-544.

Marcuse, Peter. 1976. “Professional ethics and beyond: values in planning.”  Journal of the American Institute of Planners 42 (3):264-274.

Markusen, Ann R. 1980. “City spatial structure, women’s household work, and national urban policy.”  Signs 5 (3):S23-S44.

McDowell, Linda. 1983. “Towards an understanding of the gender division of urban space.”  Environment and planning D: Society and Space 1 (1):59-72.

McDowell, Linda. 1992. “Doing Gender: Feminism, Feminists and Research Methods in Human Geography.”  Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 17 (4):399-416. doi: 10.2307/622707.

McDowell, Linda. 1993. “Space, place and gender relations: Part I. Feminist empiricism and the geography of social relations.”  Progress in Human Geography 17 (2):157-179.

McDowell, Linda. 2009. “Working bodies : interactive service employment and workplace identities.”

Michelson, William M. 1973. The place of time in the longitudinal evaluation of spatial structures by women. Toronto: Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto.

Nochlin, Linda. 1988. “Why have there been no great women artists? (1971).” In Women, Art, and Power, 145-178. New York: Harper and Row.

Oakley, Ann, and Robin Oakley. 1979. “Sexism in official statistics.” In Demystifying Social Statistics, edited by John Irvine, Ian Miles and Jeff Evans, 172-89. London: Pluto.

Pateman, Carole, and Elizabeth Gross. 1986. Feminist challenges : social and political theory. Boston: Allen & Unwin.

Penner, Barbara. 2005. “Researching female public toilets: Gendered spaces, disciplinary limits.”  Journal of International Women’s Studies 6 (2):81-98.

Rahder, Barbara, and Carol Altilia. 2004. “Where is feminism in planning going? Appropriation or transformation?”  Planning Theory 3 (2):107-116.

Rittel, Horst WJ, and Melvin M Webber. 1973. “Dilemmas in a general theory of planning.”  Policy sciences 4 (2):155-169.

Rose, Gillian. 1993. Feminism and geography : the limits of geographical knowledge. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Rose, Gillian. 1997. “Situating knowledges: positionality, reflexivities and other tactics.”  Progress in human geography 21 (3):305-320.

Rose, Gillian, and Miles Ogborn. 1988. “Feminism and historical geography.”  Journal of Historical Geography 14 (4):405-409.

Saegert, Susan. 1980. “Masculine Cities and Feminine Suburbs: Polarized Ideas, Contradictory Realities.”  Signs 5 (3):S96-S111.

Sandercock, Leonie. 1995. “Voices from the Borderlands: A Meditation on a Metaphor.”  Journal of Planning Education and Research 14 (2):77-88.

Sandercock, Leonie. 1998. Making the invisible visible: A multicultural planning history. Vol. 2, California studies in critical human geography. Berkeley: Univ of California Press.

Sandercock, Leonie. 2003. “Out of the Closet: The Importance of Stories and Storytelling in Planning Practice.”  Planning Theory & Practice 4 (1):11-28. doi: 10.1080/1464935032000057209.

Sandercock, Leonie, and Ann Forsyth. 1992. “A gender agenda: new directions for planning theory.”  Journal of the American Planning Association 58 (1):49-59.

Scott, Joan W. 1991. “The Evidence of Experience.”  Critical Inquiry 17 (4):773-797.

Sennett, Richard. 1970. The uses of disorder: personal identity & city life. New York: Knopf.

Sennett, Richard. 2000. “Reflections on the Public Realm.” In A Companion to the City, edited by Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson, 380-387. Oxford: Blackwell.

Spain, Daphne. 1992. “A gentrification research agenda for the 1990s.”  Journal of Urban Affairs 14 (2):125.

Spain, Daphne. 2001. How women saved the city. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Spain, Daphne. 2014. “Gender and Urban Space.”  Annual Review of Sociology 40:581-598.

Staeheli, Lynn A. 2004. “Mobilizing women, mobilizing gender: is it mobilizing difference?”  Gender, Place & Culture 11 (3):347-372.

Staeheli, Lynn A., Eleonore Kofman, and Linda Peake. 2004. Mapping women, making politics feminist perspectives on political geography. New York: Routledge.

Walker, Lynne. 2000. “Women and Architecture.” In Gender space architecture: An interdisciplinary introduction, edited by Jane Rendell, Barbara Penner and Iain Borden, 244-257. New York: Routledge.

Walker, Lynne. 2002. “Home making: an architectural perspective.”  Signs 27 (3):823-835.

Weeks, Kathi. 1996. “Subject for a feminist standpoint.” In Marxism beyond marxism, edited by Saree Makdisi, Cesare Casarino and Rebecca E. Karl, 89-118. New York: Routledge.

Wekerle, Gerda R. 1980. “Women in the urban environment.”  Signs 5 (3):S188-S214.

Wekerle, Gerda R. 1984. “A woman’s place is in the city.”  Antipode 16 (3):11-19.

Wekerle, Gerda R. 2004. “Framing feminist claims for urban citizenship.” In Mapping women, making politics. Feminist perspectives on political geography, edited by Lynn Staeheli, Eleonore Kofman and Linda Peake, 245-259. New York: Routledge.

Wekerle, Gerda R. 2013. “Women’s rights to the city: gendered spaces of a pluralistic citizenship.” In Democracy, citizenship and the global city, edited by Engin F Isin. New York: Routledge.

Whitzman, Carolyn. 2007. “Stuck at the front door: gender, fear of crime and the challenge of creating safer space.”  Environment and Planning A 39 (11):2715-2732.

Wilson, Elizabeth. 1992. The sphinx in the city: Urban life, the control of disorder, and women: Univ of California Press.

Women and Geography Study Group of the I. B. G. Explorations in Feminism. 1984. Geography and gender : an introduction to feminist geography. London; Dover, N.H., USA: Hutchinson, in association with the Explorations in Feminism Collective.

Young, Iris Marion. 1989. “Polity and group difference: a critique of the ideal of universal citizenship.”  Ethics 99 (2):250-274.

Young, Iris Marion. 1994. “Gender as seriality: Thinking about women as a social collective.”  Signs 19 (3):713-738.

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