Dissertation title or proposed title:
Crafting the Architectural Field
Doctoral Committee Members:
Charlie Hailey, PhD
Elizabeth Cronin is a PhD student at the University of Florida School of Architecture, where she received a Bachelor of Design in Architecture, a Master of Architecture, and a Master of Science in Architectural Pedagogy. Her research focuses on materials and making, textiles, and domestic crafts as applied to architectural design processes and pedagogies. Elizabeth was the founding Executive Editor of UF’s Graduate School of Architecture Publication Vorkurs. She is also a winner of the Diana Bitz Book Award and the ARCC King Student Medal for Excellence in Architectural and Environmental Research.
At UF, Elizabeth teaches design studio courses. She has also taught drawing and design studio courses at the University of Miami School of Architecture, where she was a finalist for the Emerging Practitioner Teaching Fellowship. Additionally, Elizabeth has worked on a number of Design/Build projects and has practiced architecture in Miami, Tampa, and Jacksonville. As a student, educator, and practitioner she works to cultivate feminist practices as integral to the architecture profession.
Vorkurs: Making, Executive Editor
Vorkurs: Making, edited by Elizabeth Cronin and Zachary Wignall. University of Florida, 2017.
Home Dressmaking: From Marginalized Craft to Method of Feminine Subjectivity, MRP
Cronin, Elizabeth. “Home Dressmaking: From Marginalized Craft to Method of Feminine Subjectivity.” Master’s Research Project. University of Florida, 2017.
Architecture and Feminism: Discussions Towards Inclusive Ideologies, Pedagogies, and Practices, MSAS Pedagogy Thesis
Cronin, Elizabeth. “Architecture and Feminism: Discussions Towards Inclusive Ideologies, Pedagogies, and Practices.” Master of Science in Architectural Studies Thesis. University of Florida, 2018.
“Evolving Ideologies: Feminist Rereadings of Modern Domestic Space,” in Vorkurs: Exquisite Corpse
Cronin, Elizabeth. “Evolving Ideologies: Feminist Rereadings of Modern Domestic Space.” In VORKURS: Exquisite Corpse, edited by Jamie Lindsey, 138-157. University of Florida, 2018.