Patrícia Santos Pedrosa

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Patrícia Santos Pedrosa is an architect by UTL – Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal (1997). She holds a Master’s degree in History of Art by UNL – Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal (2008). She is a PhD in Architecture Project by UPC-Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech, Spain. She is currently working at her Doctorate in Women’s Studies at University of  Coimbra, Portugal. She is the Director of the Lusofona Journal of Architecture and Education. She is the researcher in charge of the project Arquitectas Portuguesas:1940-1990. Her main fields are 20th-Century Portuguese Architecture, Architecture and Gender, Architecture and Culture and Domestic Architecture. She has written several papers and book chapters, and attended many congresses, conferences and seminars. More info can be seen at: https://ulusofona.academia.edu/patriciasantospedrosa

Publications:

Pedrosa, Patrícia Santos. (2015). “Mujeres Arquitectas en Portugal”. In Nuria Álvarez Lombardero (ed.), ARQUITECTAS, Redefiniendo la profesión, pp. 189-200. Málaga: Recolectores Urbanos Editorial. [ISBN 978-84-941684-9-9]

Pedrosa, Patrícia Santos. (2014). “Women architects in Portugal. A long and winding road”. In Nuria Álvarez Lombardero (ed.), ‘Women Architects. Redefining the Practice 1st International Symposium on Architecture and Gender’, pp. 99-112. Sevilla: ETSAS-Universidad de Sevilla.

Pedrosa, Patrícia Santos; Santos, Eliana Sousa & Figueiredo, Paulo. (2013). “Parallel Cities. Film as architectural tool”. In Urbano, Luís (ed). Proceedings Book – Inter[Sections]. A Conference on Architecture, City and Cinema, pp. 354-363. Porto: AMDJAC. [978-989-98494-3-3].

Pedrosa, Patricia Santos. (2010). Habitar em Portugal nos anos 1960: ruptura e continuidade. Um caminho pelo interior do discurso. Barcelona: Escola Técnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. [ISBN 9788469418574]

Pedrosa, Patrícia Santos. (2009). Cidade Universitária de Lisboa (1911-1950). Génese de uma difícil territorialização. Lisboa: Colibri. [ISBN: 978-972-772814-5]