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Susan Ross

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

Upcoming public lecture

From Walk Up to High-Rise: Ottawa’s Historic Apartment BuildingsBook launch and lecture Wednesday Dec.13, 2017, 19:00-21:00, Dominion Chalmers United Church 

New online publications

Ross, S. (2017).”Keyword: Deconstruction Waste (Building).” Discard Studies Compendium.

Ross, S. (2017). “A Bibliography on Demolition Waste and Deconstruction.” Discard Studies

New journal article

Ross, S. (2017).”Sustainable Conservation Strategies for Canada’s Modernist Wood Legacy.” Journal of Architectural Conservation 23.3, 171-189.

Teaching and research areas

Sustainable heritage conservation; modern and industrial heritage; urban cultural landscapes; heritage policy and practices in Canada; urban housing and environmental histories; landscapes of water supply; building deterioration, deconstruction and re-use. See also below for more detail.

Fall 2017 Course: CDNS 4403-5003 Heritage Conservation and Sustainability

Students will be adding new case studies to this project website: Sustainable Heritage Case Studies