Publications by Lidewij Tummers:

About co-housing:

(November 2015) A contribution on co-housing in the Netherlands:

(May 2015) A critical review of co-housing research:

(March 2015) JURP special issue on co-housing :
Also available as book:

(March 2015) Introduction of the JURP special issue on co-housing :

(March 2015) Understanding co-housing from a planning perspective:

(November 2014) l’habitat participatif en Europe (in french, with Sabrina Bresson):

About Gender & urbanism/spatial planning:

co-founder of the European network gender, diversity and urban sustainability:

core member of the COST action genderSTE:

member of the ARL international working group on gender and spatial development:

(April 2015): “Stéréotypes de genre dans la pratique de l’urbanisme.” In: Mosconi, Nicole; Marion Paoletti, and Yves Raibaud (Eds) la revue Genre, Travail, Société 17, no. 33 79–96.

(2013) “Gendered Perspectives on Spatial Planning and Housing in the Netherlands.” In Fair Shared Cities The Impact of Gender Planning in Europe, edited by Ines Sanchez de Madariaga and Marion Roberts, 107–31. London and New York: Ashgate,.

(April 29, 2013) “Urbanism of Proximity: Gender-Expertise or Shortsighted Strategy? Re-Introducing Gender Impact Assessments in Spatial Planning.” In: Tria Territorio Della Ricerca Su Insediamenti E Ambiente Rivista Internazionale Di Cultura Urbanistica 10, no. 1/2013: 213–218. doi:10.6092/2281-4574/1552.

(2013) “Women creating places to meet and read: the ‘Institut de Cultura i Bibliotéca Popular de la Dona’, Barcelona and ‘Dames Lees Museum’, Den Haag.” In Estudios Urbanos, Género y feminismo / Urban Studies, Gender and Feminism: theories and experiences, edited by Blanca Gutiérrez Valdivia and Adriana Ciocoletto, 443–53. Barcelona: Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya,

(2013) “A Different Way to Practice, Teaching Gender Competences in Spatial Planning.” In Future City – Diverse City Equal Opportunities, Planning, Participation: For Whom, by Whom, How? Berlin: Senat department for Urban development and the Environment

(2012, with prof. Barbara Zibell): “What Can Planners Do for the Connected City? A Gendered Reading of the New Charter of Athens.” Built Environment 38, 4 524–39.

(2012) “The Everyday as Spatial Development Potential.” In: Determinanten Räumlicher Entwicklungspotenziale, by Carl-Hans Hauptmeyer, Reihe Stadt Und Region Als Handlungsfeld #10. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang,.

(2012) “Empowerment by Visualization: Experiences from Barcelona.” Chapter 9 in: Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power, edited by Helena Buffery and Carlota Caulfield, Cardiff: University of Wales Press

(2012) “How to Research Spatial Planning from a Feminist Perspective?” p104–112 in Gender Kompetenz in Architektur Landschafts Planung. Ideeen Impulse Initiativen edited by Ruth May and Barbara Zibell, Weiter Denken, Schriftenreihe Gender_archland 3. Hannover: Fakultät für Architektur und Landschaft der Leibniz Universität

(2012) “Gender mainstreaming : l’urbanisme peut-il contribuer à l’égalité ?” in: Politiques, revue de debat (Wallon)

(2011, with Johanna Niescken) “A different Way to Practise? Deutsche (Landschafts-)ArchitektInnen im internationalen Vergleich – a Transdisciplinary Project” Weiter Denken Schriftenreihe gender_archland #2; Sonderband, Fakultät für Architektur und Landschaft der Leibniz Universität Hannover, ISSN 1869-5647
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(2010) “To the Heart of Planning: Is the Hardware of Spatial Planning Open to Feminist Alternatives?” p117–136 in Geschlecht Und Innovation. Gender-Mainstreaming Im Techno-Wissenschaftsbetrieb, edited by Waltraud Ernst. Internationale Frauen- Und Genderforschung in NiedersachsenReihe Focus Gender 4. Berlin-Münster-Wien-Zürich-London: LIT Verlag

(2009) “Making room for every(-ones) day, experiences in the Province Zuid Holland NL” pp. 4-6 in: Regions; Vienna July 2009
(2007, with Margaret Andrews) Journey into unfamiliar space: utopia in practice
pp.59-73, Journal of Roman Studies vol. 7_-1_spring 2007