Wikipedia:Meetup/Women in Architecture

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Women in Architecture
(Guggenheim + partners)
Wikipedia Edit-a-thons
Hornborg Signelinna 1892.jpg
Signe Hornborg: Signelinna (1892) in Pori, Finland, possibly the first building designed by a credentialed female architect.
When and Where
When: October 2015
Where: Global (multiple cities)
A global edit-a-thon campaign to improve Wikipedia's coverage of women in architecture and to increase female contributors to Wikipedia.

The Women in Architecture edit-a-thon is a global campaign to improve Wikipedia's coverage of women in architecture and to increase female contributors to Wikipedia.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (WP:GUGG GLAM page), Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation, Women in Design, Architexx, Parlour, N-Ails of Berlin Wikiproject Women Wikipedia Design (WikiD), and WikiProject Women in Red are uniting with international allies to focus on biographies and related topics undercovered in architectural history.

With keystone events scheduled for October 15 in New York City and elsewhere, the campaign aims to further the goals of Ada Lovelace Day for STEM, and Art+Feminism for art, in a field that by its nature combines both.

October 2015 Nodes[edit]

Americas[edit]

Boston[edit]

Blacksburg[edit]

Chicago[edit]

Los Angeles[edit]

Montreal[edit]

Nashville[edit]

New York City[edit]

Philadelphia[edit]

Toronto[edit]

Asia[edit]

Bangalore[edit]

Nashik[edit]

  • Wiki page: TBD
  • Date: Thursday, October 15, 2015
  • Time: 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm EDT
  • Location: Winjit Technologies

Europe[edit]

Berlin[edit]

Helsinki[edit]

  • Wiki page: TBD
  • Date: Thursday, October 15, 2015
  • Time: 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm EDT
  • Location: Aalto University

London[edit]

Serbia[edit]

  • Wiki page: TBD
  • Date: Thursday, October 15, 2015
  • Time: 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm EDT
  • Location: TBC


Oceania[edit]

Melbourne[edit]

Online node hosted by Women in Red[edit]

Node Un día | una arquitecta: Córdoba, Argentina + Valencia, España[edit]

Córdoba[edit]

Valencia[edit]

Outcomes[edit]

During the editathon... (including the online campaign, and in-person Guggathon Women in Architecture and Wikiproject Women Wikipedia Design events)

  • Add the titles of your new or upgraded articles here – most recent at the top
  • Add {{Authority control}} at the foot of every biography; it will remain hidden until relevant identifiers have been added to Wikidata.
    • To update Wikidata, see left hand sidebar, under Tools, "Wikidata item" – Video How To
  • Add to talk pages: {{WikiProject Women}} if born before 1950; or {{WikiProject Women's History}} if born after 1950.
Main session – 15 October 2015 onwards
  1. Amale Andraos
  2. Brita Snellman
  3. Glenda Kapstein Lomboy
  4. Signe Kongebro
  5. Leman Tomsu
  6. Dorothy Hughes (architect)
  7. Susan Maxman
  8. Elizabeth Chu Richter
  9. Judith Edelman
  10. Karla Rothstein
  11. Chitra Vishwanath
  12. Ingeborg Wærn Bugge
  13. Dana Hudkins Crawford
  14. Marion Manley (expanding stub)
  15. Ingeborg Wærn Bugge
  16. Maria Auböck
  17. Meeli Truu
  18. Giovanna Borasi
  19. Winifred Ryle
  20. Lyubow Demeetriyevna Oosava
  21. Deborah Berke
  22. Martha Thorne
  23. Kristin Feireiss
  24. Eva Vecsei
  25. Shimul Javeri Kadri
  26. Helle Juul
  27. Beatriz del Cueto (5x expanded)
  28. Zoka Zola
  29. Anna Branzell
  30. Anupama Kundoo
  31. Elinor Mead Howells
  32. Hannah Lawson
  33. Jane Silverstein Ries
  34. Daphne Elizabeth Brown
  35. Sonja Bata
  36. Nellie B. Allen
  37. Marina Waisman
  38. Corinne Bennett
  39. Elizabeth Greenleaf Pattee
  40. Georgina Pope Yeatman
  41. Patricia Swan
  42. Pia Bech Mathiesen
  43. Kristine Jensen
  44. Wenche Selmer
  45. Hilde Reiss
  46. Margarita Brender Rubira
  47. Florence Yoch
  48. Graciela Silvestri
  49. Roberta Washington
  50. Elizabeth Cadbury-Brown
  51. Samira Rathod
  52. Merrill Elam
  53. María Francisca Lage de la Fuente
  54. Linda Pollari
  55. Julia Barfield
  56. Marian Peplar
  57. Florence Ward Stiles
  58. Margo Hebald-Heymann
  59. Elsa Gidoni
  60. Patama Roonrakwit
  61. Melissa Minnich Coleman
  62. Barbara Brukalska
  63. Elizabeth Hirsh Fleisher
  64. Tatiana Bilbao
  65. Franca Helg
  66. Judith Chafee
  67. Kathryn H. Anthony
  68. Virginia Andreescu Haret
  69. Alma Carlisle
  70. Elisabeth Benjamin (architect)
  71. Elizabeth Chesterton
  72. Alberta Jeannette Cassell
  73. Beverly Loraine Greene
  74. Roser Amadó
  75. Teresa Táboas
  76. Diana Rowntree
  77. Gill Matthewson
  78. María Luisa Dehesa Gómez Farías
  79. Valentina Pistoli
  80. Yoko Alender
  81. Edith Henderson
  82. Svetlana Kana Radević
  83. Gertrude Leverkus
  84. cy:Amanda Levete
  85. Gillian Harrison
  86. Eulie Chowdhury
  87. Ella Briggs
  88. Sheila O'Donnell (improved)
  89. Belle Kinney Scholz (improved)
  90. Julia Morgan (expanded)
  91. Minnette De Silva (expanded)
Early start – up to 14 October 2015

To-Do[edit]

Press[edit]

Alpha by news source

External links[edit]