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(1) My advanced scientific research project at the MIT, HTC Program is the first study on "education and career history of pioneering Turkish and Turkish-American women architects in the US", and is also the first scholarly research on the early time period of co-education and early three women architects from the Princeton University, School of Architecture (Class of 1970 and 1971). When I uncovered career herstories of pioneering women architects from modern Turkey to the US (with academic sponsorship by MIT), there was no ongoing and/or published scholarly, and in-depth research on my research subject. With academic sponsorship by MIT, when I uncovered early time period of co-education and early three women architects from the Princeton University-School of Architecture, I met Professor Robert Geddes (the first dean of the Princeton University-School of Architecture) and Beverly Willis (the founder of Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation); they clearly told me that they did not know (an existing or ongoing) research on this subject. When I contacted Professor Mary McLeod, all architecture historians at the Princeton University-School of Architecture, Monica Ponce de Leon, the woman dean of the Princeton University-School of Architecture, and President of Princeton University by e-mail and asked for their scholarly, architectural views or comments / contributions to my advanced academic research on the early women architects from that school, none of them shared scholarly or architectural research, publication on my research subject. I could not reach a study on my research subject at the library and archive of the Princeton University-School of Architecture (2014-2016). I contacted the first three women architects graduated from the Princeton University-School of Architecture, (Class of 1970 and 1971), they clearly wrote that there is no research on their career herstories. Academic sponsor of my advanced academic research project is the MIT, HTC Program and "its all rights reserved".
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(2) Istanbul Technical University was established in the 1773, and its Faculty of Architecture is the first school in the world that obtained recognition from the National Architecture Accreditation Board (NAAB) outside the US in 2008, see, https://arch.itu.edu.tr/eng2/?page_id=25454, last accessed on 7.14.2020. Established in the US in 1940, the National Architectural Accrediting Board is the accrediting agency for architectural education; https://www.naab.org/about/history, last accessed on 6.20.2021; https://www.naab.org/international/international-certification, last accessed on 6.1.2021; https://darch.itu.edu.tr/naab/?lang=en, last accessed on 6.1.2021.
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(3) Please see published news by Archnet on the MIT’s official page for "Turkish women architects collection" created and developed by me: https://libraries.mit.edu/akdc/2016/12/30/2016-on-archnet, last accessed on 8.8.2022.
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(4) All my posts on "the SAH-WiA-AG's humanities commons" page are based on emails by this affiliate group to me. I do not post on "the SAH-WiA-AG's humanities commons" page with my own decision, etc.
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(5) See the published report by the Society of Architectural Historians - Women in Architecture Affiliate Group for my systematic and in-depth research on archival resources of diverse women architects and diverse women in architecture as their "first" register on archive for women architects: https://sahwomeninarchitectureaffiliategroup.sah.hcommons.org/sah-wia-ag-registers-committee-fourth-virtual-meeting-agenda-october-15-2021, last accessed on 11.26.2021; and please see, https://meralekincioglu.blogspot.com/2021/10/my-research-on-archival-sources-is.html, last accessed on 11.22.2021.
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This SAH-WiA-AG-Register Committee was established in December 2020. In January and February 2021, as its invited member, I researched and submitted "41" pages of their "first" register on archives of diverse women architects and diverse women in architecture; a systematic research. My submitted research also includes "bibliograghy" on diverse women architects and diverse women in architecture.
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See for my full research report: https://www.academia.edu/77497110/Ekincioglu_M_2021_Diverse_Women_Architects_and_Diverse_Women_in_Architecture_in_Archives_submitted_reports_the_Society_of_Architectural_Historians_SAH_Women_in_Architecture_Affiliate_Group_SAH_WiA_AG_