Dolores Hayden, architect and founder of Women in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Planning (WALAP) and author of "Space and social change," a study of six communitarian experiments in the 19th century, is interviewed by Sheila De Bretteville of the Women's Design Program at Cal Arts and Clare Spark Loeb, host of the "Sour apple tree" series. Topic question is "How does physical form embody social values and affect political processes?" Hayden also gives background on the WALAP organization and its effects. Self-contained. Produced by Clare Spark Loeb.
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