Month: August 2022

Assumptions and Consequences: A contextual feminist analysis of the ‘failure’ of Robin Hood Gardens

Undergraduate Dissertation by Hannah Back, University of Cambridge, 2022. Robin Hood Gardens, designed by Peter and Alison Smithson, completed in 1972, has been employed as a site for a contextualised critical feminist analysis. Since its inception Robin Hood Gardens has been a contentious building. From an architectural perspective it was critiqued for failing to progress Read More

Scenario for a Human Drama: Women and Domestic Space in Korean Cinema.

Undergraduate Dissertation by Sang Wee, University of Cambridge, 2022. This paper explores how women navigate Korean domestic space by using the medium of fiction films. This is based on the belief that cinema can be used to examine everyday, domestic practices that are engrained in cultural contexts and spatial typologies; this paper specifically focuses on Read More