- Global Gender Issues (2005)
- Course Outline: Health-e-Women Connecting (2002)
with Kathy Pelakow. This program was designed to build the capacity of women in the community by broadening their knowledge of technology, promoting access to that technology with a focus on broadening access to women’s health information, developing an online community and linking these to improved health.
This course is designed to explore the range of
gendered analyses of built environments made during the twentieth
century, in a context of culture and place. Students are
encouraged to consider the various approaches to gendered analysis of
built environments developed since the first wave of feminism gained
prominence with the women’s suffrage movement.
The course explores the roles of various actors and
institutions: women and men, built environment professionals,
activists, governments, NGOs, and academics with readings from Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and
the United States.
- The Design of
Social Housing (1997) with Terry Burke. This module is offered as part of Certificate IV in Social
Housing, by the Centre for Urban and Social