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Dr. Tutin Aryanti

"The Women's Mosques: On Segregation and Agency

Event Type
Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program
326 Temple Buell Hall
Mar 25, 2022   12:00 pm  
Dr. Tutin Aryanti, Indonesia University of Education
Free and open to the public
Registration Required if attending via Zoom
Anita Kaiser
Originating Calendar
Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program (WGGP)

Please note: This event is a Hybrid event with in-person presentation by Dr. Tutin Aryanti in Room 325 Temple Buell Hall and also available to view through Zoom.  Zoom pre-registration required at 

Dr. Tutin Aryanti is Associate Professor of Architecture at the Architecture Program with teaching appointment at the Department of Sociology Education and Vocational and Technical Education, at Indonesia University of Education. She pursued her Ph.D. in Architecture at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from 2007-2013 with minor in Gender Relations in International Development. Her research interests revolve around gender and space, Islamic architecture, and socio architecture. She holds several awards, some of which are: the American Association of University Women International Fellowship, the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities Fellowship, and Fulbright Ph.D. Presidential Scholarship. She was recently awarded the American Association of University Women International Home Project Grant to support women’s empowerment in disaster mitigation in her hometown. Her dissertation, entitled “Breaking the Wall, Preserving the Barrier: Gender, Space, and Power in Contemporary Mosque Architecture in Yogyakarta, Indonesia,” was awarded the International Convention of Asia Scholars Best Dissertation in Social Sciences in 2015. Tutin is currently a visiting scholar at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, sponsored by Women and Gender in Global Perspectives.

This event is co-sponsored by: Department of Landscape Architecture, Center for Global Studies, and the Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

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