Gender, class, and shelter / edited by Elizabeth Collins Cromley and Carter L. Hudgins.

Collection Type

  • Books and periodicals




xiv, 272 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.


Descriptive Terms

Vernacular architecture
Architecture and society


Cromley, Elizabeth C.
Hudgins, Carter L.


Gender as a category of analysis in vernacular architect studies / Angel Kwolek-Folland -- "I'm a lumberjack and I'm ok" : the built environment and varied masculinities in the industrial age / Deryck W. Holdsworth -- The Masonic lodge room, 1870-1930 : a sacred space of masculine spiritual hierarchy / William D. Moore -- Grammar codes, and performance : linguistic and sociolinguistic models in the study of vernacular architecture / Michael Ann Williams and M. Jane Young -- Building an urban identity : the clustered spires of Frederick, Maryland / Diane Shaw -- "A school house well arranged" : Baltimore public school buildings on the Lancasterian plan, 1829-1839 / Peter E. Kurtze -- Letting in "the world" : (re)interpretive tensions in the Quaker meeting house / Susan Garfinkel -- Maänana, maänana : racial stereotypes and the Anglo rediscovery of the Southwest's vernacular architecture, 1890-1920 / Abigail A. Van Slyck -- Association, residence, and shop : an appropriation of commercial blocks in North American Chinatowns / Christopher L. Yip -- "Snug li'l house with flue and oven" : nineteenth-century reforms in plantation slave housing / John Michael Vlach -- Cheap and tasteful dwellings in popular architecture / Jan Jennings -- Cheap, quick, and easy, part II : pressed metal ceilings, 1880-1930 / Pamela H. Simpson -- The Eichler home : intention and experience in postwar suburbia / Annmarie Adams -- Rural adaptations of suburban bungalows, Sussex County, Delaware / Susan Mulchahey Chase -- Building in stone in southwestern Pennyslvania : patterns and process / Karen Koegler -- Private dwellings, public ways, and the landscape of early rural capitalism in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley / Warren R. Hofstra -- The architectural and social topography of early-nineteenth-century Portsmouth, New Hampshire / Bernard L. Herman -- From roadside camps to garden homes : housing and community planning for California's migrant work force, 1935-1941 / Greg Hise.


Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press

Publisher Series

Perspectives in vernacular architecture ; 5
Perspectives in vernacular architecture (Knoxville, Tenn.) ;


xiv, 272 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.


Includes bibliographical references (p. [259]-264) and index.


087049872X (pbk. : alk. paper)

Call Number

Stacks NA705.G36 1995 c.1
HisPres. NA705.G36 1995 c.2


United States.


1st ed.