In this short interview, Jeremy Till gives his testimonial about the feminist pedagogy at SSoA and the approach at the time he was Head of the School. In addition, he also talks about how a feminist school would look like and the main impacts of the feminist pedagogy in students’ future practice.
Jeremy Till is an architect, writer and educator. Head of Central Saint Martins and Pro Vice-Chancellor of University of the Arts London. Previously he was Dean of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Westminster, Professor of Architecture and Head of School of Architecture at the University of Sheffield (between 1998 and 2006). Under his direction, SSoA gained a reputation for the social and political basis of its teaching and research. Till’s research is known for exploring the social and political dimensions of architecture and the built environment.