New Angle: Voice

“Why aren’t women in the history books?”
Since 2002, Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation has worked to remedy this egregious omission, through research, creating websites, making short films, and now… a podcast. Welcome to New Angle: Voice.

New Angle: Voice, a BWAF podcast
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Enjoy hands free, the scholarly effort that brings Pioneering Women of American Architecture, edited by Mary McLeod and Victoria Rosner, to the internet, through your headphones… Hear from historians, family, colleagues, and the women themselves, how it was to be an architect coming up in the early 20th century. Imagine sitting with these pioneering women, who opened up the magic of the built environment professions to all who had the gifts, grit and persistence to endure.

Episode 1, Finding Julia Morgan, is now available. Subscribe and listen to New Angle: Voice now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, on Android, and here:

Special thanks in this episode to Brandi Howell, Alexandra Lange, Julia Donoho, Karen McNeill, Victoria Kastner, Karen Fiene, Justin Hoover, Amy Hart and Jim Parks, the women of the Monday Club of San Luis Obispo, Laura Sorvetti, Mark Wilson, and Aislinn McNamara. Archival audio of Sara Holmes Boutelle is from Sara Holmes Boutelle’s Julia Morgan papers at Special Collections and Archives, Cal Poly University, San Luis Obispo.

New Angle: Voice is a production of Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation. Your host is Cynthia Phifer Kracauer, AIA.  

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