Assistant Professor; Undergraduate Supervisor
|Degrees:||B.Sc. (Architecture), B. Architecture (McGill), M.Sc. Planning – Conservation of the Built Environment (Montreal)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 4033|
|Office:||1218 Dunton Tower|
Research website WASTE HERITAGE
Upcoming lecture in Friends of Art History Visual Culture Lecture Series: “Re-using / Re-locating, Architecture’s Discards” Friday January 18, 2019, 2:30 p.m., 412 St. Patrick’s Building, Carleton University
Call for submissions due January 26, 2019 for the 2019 Graduate Student Symposium: Heritage Intersections: People and Placemaking
Teaching and research areas
Sustainable heritage conservation; modern and industrial heritage; urban parks and cultural landscapes; heritage policy and practices in Canada; urban housing and environmental histories; landscapes of water supply; heritage values and waste; building deterioration, deconstruction and re-use. See also below for more detail.
- CDNS 5402 Heritage Conservation II: Theory in Practice (Fall 2018).
- CDNS 2400 Heritage Conservation in Canada (Winter 2019)
- CDNS 4400 Cultural Landscapes and Identity in Canada (Winter 2019)
Recent events and publications
- Conference paper Dec.6, 2018, Canada Research Chair on Built Heritage Final Roundtable Looking Back Looking Forward. “The 2011 Montreal Roundtable: Impact of Sustainability Strategies on Heritage Conservation Practice.”
- Lecture Nov.20, 2018 at the Centre of Transnational Analysis’s Global Pedagogies Workshop Rethinking (art) history and its historiographic frameworks on “Teaching the History of Canadian Heritage Practice as part of International Conservation Associations.”
- Symposium Oct.26-27, 2018, Carleton University:Heritage in Reverse: Material Values, Waste and Deconstruction
- Conference paper August 29, 2018 at Docomomo International conference, Metamorphosis, the Continuity of Change, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2018): “Vancouver Experiment: Reinventing a Modern University Campus.”
- Report (scientific committee, case study contributor): Douet, J. (2018).The Water Industry as World Heritage, Thematic Study. Barcelona: TICCIH.
- Lecture April 13, 2018, at TICCIH thematic conference The International Heritage of the Water Industry, Barcelona on “Storing treated water in the historic urban landscape: Montreal,”
- Book launch and lecture with Heritage Ottawa (2017): From Walk Up to High-Rise: Ottawa’s Historic Apartment Buildings
- Ross, S. (2017).”Keyword: Deconstruction Waste (Building).” Discard Studies
- Ross, S. (2017). “A Bibliography on Demolition Waste and Deconstruction.” Discard Studies
- Ross, S. (2017). “Sustainable Conservation Strategies for Canada’s Modernist Wood Legacy.” Journal of Architectural Conservation 23.3, 171-189. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13556207.2017.1330385
- Reports for the Indigenous Learning Place project:
- Desrochers-Turgeon, L., Zanussi, D., and Ross, S. (2017). Carleton University Indigenous Learning Place Precedent Research
- Ross, S. (2017). Carleton University Amphitheatre – History and Significance
- News on student based research:
- Rubinstein, D. (2017) “Lifting Macdonald Gardens Park: Students Help Secure Heritage Designation,” Carleton Stories
- McPherson, L. (2017) “Architecture Students Become Global Interns,” Carleton Newsroom.
- CDNS 4403-5003 F 2017 new student case studies added to Sustainable Heritage Case Studies