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Of the thesis entitled: Cultural Assimilation and Architecture: GuanXi and the Legacy of the Chinese Canadian Church
Of the thesis entitled: Re:Generation – A Model For Age-Inclusive Care
The Canadian population is aging. Seniors are becoming the fastest growing age group as a result of the aging of the baby boom generation, and a lowered fertility rate and an increase in life expectancy in the millennial generation. Currently, the population of Canada is approximately 35 million people, of which five million are aged 65 and over. It is estimated that by 2051, about one in four Canadians will be aged 65 and over.1
Of the thesis entitled: The Poetics of Dwelling: China’s Courtyard Homes
Dwelling is a notion that describes the feeling of returning home to utter belonging and calmness at the end of an endeavour. It is a notion that differentiates a mere shelter versus a home because we develop intimate relationships with the spaces within. The spiritual characteristics that are associated with dwelling exceed the analytical description of space. It is an expression of how we live.
Of the thesis entitled: Cyclades Archipelago: Regenerating the Productive and Tourism Landscapes
Of the thesis entitled: Massive-Scale Agency
Of the thesis entitled: Table-Top Views
Of the thesis entitled: The Counterpublic of Union Station: An Alternative Future of Toronto's Transit Terminal
Come learn how GM Canada is transforming Canada’s auto sector through growth, technological advances and innovation. Four of GM’s leading engineers will be sharing insights at this GM Canada Meet-up for Waterloo Engineering students on the Capstone Design track.
Of the thesis entitled: From Pedagogy to Agency: Learning to Act in Rural China
How can a school teach us to act?
From Pedagogy to Agency confronts the imbalances found between rural and urban society in China and explores the role education have to play in their ever-changing relationship.
An examination of the chilling role architecture played in constructing Auschwitz.
The Evidence Room is a powerful installation which reconstructs key objects used in the forensic analysis of the architecture of Auschwitz. Historian Robert Jan van Pelt introduced the objects as evidence in a court case to demonstrate that Auschwitz was purposefully designed as a death camp.