The purpose of this paper is to point out the change in women’s position in architecture in the period from the early 20th century to date through a prism of their architectural and professional achievements as a form of exercising their rights and achieving the equality with their male colleagues. The purpose of this paper is to also shed light on the reasons of tacit acceptance of the system of discriminatory character that allowed the women architects to be only the „anonymous associates“ (so that they could be able to deal with the job of architect), „assistants in the profession“ (urban planners or critics and publicists where they gained the most popularity and success) or to become „female reformers“ particularly in the domain of legal reforms, planning and development, which they essentially became only after the Second World War when the modernisation and emancipation processes took place and when the Law on Invalidity of the Previous Discriminatory Regulations was passed by which the women acquired suffrage.

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  • Srbija,  Beograd,  UNIVERZITET U BEOGRADU - Fakultet Političkih nauka    Гласник Етнографског института САНУ LXV (2

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