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Inclusive Teaching Resources (Visual materials and transformative pedagogies)

This guide is a collection of inclusive image collections that I have found from a variety of sources. I'm expecting that this will be a guide that changes over time as I find more resources. This guide also contains a transformative pedagogy literature r

About this Page

 

The resources on this page provide diverse and inclusive visual materials relating to architecture and architects. If you have any questions about the resources listed on this page or any resource suggestions, please feel free to email me at jkflemin@iu.edu.

Picture of female architecture, vernacular building and Rockefeller Plaza

 

Image Citations (left to right):

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"File:Ada Louise Huxtable 1976 ©Lynn Gilbert.jpg" by Lynn Gilbert is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

Caption:

This is a picture of the female architect, Ada Louise Huxtable. You can read more about her and other female architects by using the Pioneering Women of American Architecture database.

Citation:

"Vernacular architecture in Wadi Dawan" by Twiga_swala is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

Caption: 

This image is of an example of vernacular architecture in Yemen. If you want to read more about vernacular architecture and see some examples, check out the African Vernacular Architecture database below.

Citation:

"30 Rockefeller Plaza (30 Rock), New York 2009" by FromTheNorth is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

Caption:

The family offices in Rockefeller Plaza were designed by female architect, Florence Knoll Bassett. You can learn more about Knoll Bassett and other female architects by using the Pioneering Women of American Architecture database below.

 

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