Ongoing List of Interesting Reads

1 March 2019 // Interesting Reads

Women in Design @Clerkenwell Design Week 2019 // Youtube  // 26 May 2019

A Walk in a Woman’s Shoes: Re-thinking Lighting in Urban Nightscapes // Paper by Aditi Govil, presented at PLDC

A History of WILD Women: Video of presentation at LEDucation 2019 by Women in Lighting + Design // YouTube // 8 Mar 2019

Leading ladies of lighting design // lightform // Last accessed 8 Mar 2019

Pioneering Women of American Architecture: A collection of profiles of 50 women born before 1940 who have made important contributions to American architecture. // Last accessed 8 Mar 2019

Un Cafe con Lara: In each issue, Lara Elbaz chat with a woman Lighting Designer, to talk about her interests, concerns, hopes and motivations. In Spanish. // Last accessed 8 Mar 2019

WiBSE – Women in Building Services Engineering: The WiBSE network aims to support and encourage women joining, working, staying and progressing in the building services industry. // Last accessed 8 Mar 2019

Why Mothers Leave Design (and How to Keep Them) by Emily Klingensmith, Schuler Shook, & Lisa J Reed, Envision Lighting Design // Last accessed 8 Mar 2019

Snubbed, cheated, erased: the scandal of architecture’s invisible women by Oliver Wainwright // The Guardian // 16 Oct 2018

IET Smashing Stereotypes to Bits Campaign: Institution of Engineering and Technology launch new campaign designed to smash stereotypes associated with careers in STEM // YouTube // 21 Jun 2018

International Women’s Day 2018: Interview with Helen Diemer, President of The Lighting Practice  // 8 Mar 2018

A Conversation About Women in Lighting & Design by Lois I. Hutchinson // WestCoast Lighting Insider // 18 Jan 2018

Hidden Figures… Shadowed Illuminators? by Lisa J. Reed // Illuminating Engineering Society // 22 Aug 2017

Lack of diversity within UK's creative industries revealed by Ali Morris // Dezeen // 7 Aug 2017

Profile: Paule Constable // arc Magazine // 18 Feb 2016

Women in Lighting Design: Elizabeth Donoff examines the role of women past, present, and future // Architectural Lighting Magazine // 13 May 2008