ELECTIVE MODULE: POST- STRUCTURALIST THEORIES OF SPACE AND GENDER

Course Information
TitleΕΠΙΛΟΓΕΣ: ΜΕΤΑ- ΔΟΜΗΣΤΙΚΕΣ ΘΕΩΡΙΕΣ ΤΟΥ ΧΩΡΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΤΟΥ ΦΥΛΟΥ / ELECTIVE MODULE: POST- STRUCTURALIST THEORIES OF SPACE AND GENDER
Code08TH13
FacultyEngineering
SchoolArchitecture
Cycle / Level1st / Undergraduate
Teaching PeriodSpring
CommonNo
StatusActive
Course ID20002618

Programme of Study: PROGRAMMA SPOUDŌN 2020-21 EŌS SĪMERA

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KORMOSElective Courses843

Class Information
Academic Year2014 – 2015
Class PeriodSpring
Faculty Instructors
Weekly Hours4
Class ID
20052198
Course Type 2016-2020
  • General Knowledge
  • Scientific Area
Course Type 2011-2015
Specific Foundation / Core
Mode of Delivery
  • Face to face
Digital Course Content
Erasmus
The course is also offered to exchange programme students.
Language of Instruction
  • Greek (Instruction, Examination)
Prerequisites
Required Courses
  • 04TH20 THEORIES OF ARCHITECTURE 1: ARCHITECTURAL THEORIES OF MODERNITY AN POST (HYPER)MODERNITY
  • 01TH10 20th -21st CENTURY: HISTORIES AND THEORIES OF ART, ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE
  • 04TH21 THEORIES OF ARCHITECTURE 1: CONCEPTIONS OF ARCHITECTURAL CREATION
General Prerequisites
From one aspect, it is suggested to students to have an experience from the above mentioned courses. But this does not mean, that even without this familiarization they will have difficulties to understand the proposed course.
Learning Outcomes
The proposed course adapts the term "objectives" instead of the term "learning outcomes". The reason is that the term "learning outcomes" is more obtimistic than "objectives", since it presupposes results, that are not by definition given but desirable! Objectives Pedagogical objective Pedagogical objective of the course is to create conditions for its architectural content to become an object of a “play” according to the Platonian sense the word, which is located in between the notions of “paideia” (=education) and “paidia” (loisir, pastime, divertissement): If emphasis is laid on the notion of play, it is because from a theoretical perspective, emphasis is laid on the process of design and non on its result. If emphasis is laid on the platonian sense of play, it is because emphasis is laid on the philosophical and pedagogical background of the design. If emphasis is laid on the “in between” meanings of play, it is because emphasis is laid on the trans-disciplinary approach the proposed process of design. If emphasis is laid on the notion of “paideia”, it is because emphasis is laid on the educational character of the proposed process of design. If emphasis is laid on the notion of “paidia”, it is because emphasis is laid on the playful character of the proposed process of design. Architectural objective According to the theoretical background of the course, its main idea can be summarized in two basic concepts: “structuralism” and “post-structuralism”. As a consequence, objective of the course is to create such conditions for the students, so that they can understand, conceptualize, discuss and explore them through the following two questions: •Whether other epistemological fields, such as humanities (philosophy, psychoanalysis, literary criticism, gender studies) or physical sciences (mathematics, biology, digital technologies) have the possibility to provide methodological and conceptual tools for the design. •Whether specifically the emphasis on the parameter of “post-structuralism” of the gender can alter and transform the nature of the design. •Whether specifically there is a meeting point between the theories of deconstruction of gender and those of deconstruction of space.
General Competences
  • Apply knowledge in practice
  • Work autonomously
  • Work in an international context
  • Work in an interdisciplinary team
  • Appreciate diversity and multiculturality
  • Demonstrate social, professional and ethical commitment and sensitivity to gender issues
  • Be critical and self-critical
  • Advance free, creative and causative thinking
Course Content (Syllabus)
08ΤΗ13 Post-structuralist theories of deconstruction of space and gender Vana Tentokali, dr architect, professor Thanassis Moutsopoulos, associate professor, School of Architecture, Technical University of Crete, external collaborator. Description of the content Post-structuralism, as a response to structuralism, is an intellectual movement (in philosophy, literary criticism, psychoanalysis, gender studies, arts), developed mainly during the decade of ’70, when after May 1968, it became clear that: “Unable to break the structures of the state power, post-structuralism found in possible instead to subvert the structures of language” (Eagleton 198 8, 142). Writers whose work is often characterised as post-structuralist include: Jacques Derrida, Julia Kristeva, Helen Cixous (deconstruction), Gill Deleuze, Felix Guattari (“differentiation) and Edward Said, Gayatri Spivak (sub-altern or post-colonial). The course deals with the two of the post-structuralistic movements introduced into architecture: Deconstruction and “differentiation” (or “non standard”, as it is called in architecture). Since the first one has already came full a circle and the second one has already completed its first round, it seems that an attempt for a first account and reconsideration could be possible. It is a fact that both post-structuralistic movements succeeded to: •”Undo what seems natural, obvious, self-evident or universal, in order to show that these things have their history, their reasons to be the way they are, their effects on what follows from them and that the starting point is not a natural given but a cultural construct, usually blind to itself” (Johnson 1981). •Reverse “eternal verities” and dogmas inherited from the worship for the “purity” of modern movement and the “historicism” of postmodernism. •Reveal either a very well hidden structure or its own transgression through the power of the “virtual”. Subject of the course is the study and presentation of the first of the two movements, “deconstructionism”, with very few references to its subsequent, “non standard”, so that a main question can be explored: How is the process of the architectural and urban design, as a theoretical and a practical approach, perceived by the theories of deconstruction? The theories of deconstruction which are going to be presented for this exploration are not limited to the architectural ones (P.Eisenman, Fr.Gehry, B.Tschumi, D.Libeskind, Z.Hadid, Coop Himmelblau, Morphosis...), but are expanded to those stemming from the fields of philosophy (J.Derrida), literary criticism, psychoanalysis and gender studies (J.Kristeva, H.Cixous, L.Irigaray, G.Spivac), arts (theater). Besides, it is well known that under the realm of “deconstructivistic” discourse of J. Derrida, on one hand philosophy, literary criticism, psychoanalysis and gender studies deal with the architectonics of the text, and on the other architecture adopts philosophical, literary and psychoanalytical methods or concepts. More specifically: Under the realm of “deconstructivistic” discourse of J. Derrida, on one hand philosophy, literary criticism, psychoanalysis and gender studies deal with the architectonics of the text, on the other hand architecture adopts philosophical, literary and psychoanalytical methods or concepts. As a consequence, the course adapts: A working hypothesis which is summarized in two basic pre-suppositions: •”Textuality”: On one hand, the spatial object, the building, is considered as a “text” and the process of the architectural design, as a “syntax” procedure. On the other, the identity of gender is considered as a “text” and the process of its social construction as “syntax” procedure. •“Social construction”: The spatial object, the building, as a theoretical conception, but also the identity of the gender are structured (constructed) socially and culturally. A question concerning the relationship between the theories of deconstruction of space and those of gender, whether or not, it is a relationship of: •”Autonomy” (P.Eisenman, F.Gehry, B.Tschumi, D.Libeskind, Z.Hadid, Coop Himmelblau, Morphosis) or •“Interraction” (A.Vidler, M.Wigley, B.Colomina, A.Bergen, M.Cousins...). Under the realm of “non standard” discourse of G. Deleuze, according to which the concept of “difference” is considered as a dynamic process of “becoming”, architecture is oriented towards a direction of “standardisation” and attains a virtual multiplicity of topological, morphogenetic (G.Lynn, B. Van Berkel), transformative (H. & de Meuron, T. Ito, R. Koolhaas) and parametric (P.Schumacher) capabilities. Paying attention not on the notion of “repetition”, but on the notion of “variation”, the non-standard mode is dealing with the standardising process of the production of "similar" rather than "identical" objects. The assignment Object of the assignment is the description of a building. Intention is not its critique and evaluation, but its understanding. The students are invited to choose a building (either built or just designed), which they consider as interesting from a structural point of view, regardless its style or idiomatic manner (modern, post-modern, deconstructive, non standard, etc). The process of description of the building will be a process of “reading”, which will be based on “observation”. The words “reading” and “observation” are not random. The word “reading” stems from the vocabulary of “textuality” of deconstruction, according to which: “Not only the building but also the gender are considered as texts, while the process of design as a process of syntax” (Derrida). The word “observation” stems from the vocabulary of the research methods, according to which: “The scientific approach relies on observations and on the methods employed to generate observations. The primary reliance on observations stems from the scientific conception of knowledge” (Sjoberg and Nett 1968, 26). The description of the building will include the following issues: •The structure of the building. It is worthy for the students to explore “what structure is”, whether they are not familiarized with this notion. •The basic idea of the building. What the architect, in other words the “writer” of the building wants to “say” with words. •The relationship between the initial intent of the “writer” with the final compositional result. Whether (or not) namely the final result corresponds to the initial intent of the “writer”. •The subjective conclusion of the description of the building from the personal perspective of the student in terms of its understanding, in which all the discussed issues are composed. The description will be based on the bibliographic data deriving from the writings of the writer as well as from the writings of other writers also referring to the specific building. These data will include texts, designs, sketches, photos, etc. Consultations During the period of the exam, the students are invited for 5-6 consultations, and not less, for their assignment.
Keywords
deconstruction, post-structuralism, non standard, sub-altern studies, textuality, difference and differance
Educational Material Types
  • Notes
  • Slide presentations
Course Organization
ActivitiesWorkloadECTSIndividualTeamworkErasmus
Lectures
Project
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Student Assessment
Description
Criteria for the evaluation of the project As we have already seen in the chapter for the objectives of the course, the methodological objective is to create such conditions for the students, so that they can understand, conceptualize, specify, discuss and explore the following “key words”: “description”, “reading”, “observation”, “structure”, “built and un-built”. As a consequence, the criteria concerning the evaluation of the project stem from the above methodological objective, which is to make students to perceive and identify the necessity and the significance of these key words. And more specifically: •Whether (or not) the words “description, reading, observation, structure and built and un-built” became understandable and comprehensible through their application into the writing process of the project, which is “the description of a building in terms of the bipolarity ‘built and un-built’”.
Student Assessment methods
  • Written Assignment (Formative, Summative)
  • Performance / Staging (Formative, Summative)
Bibliography
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