Sarah Moser is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at McGill University and is broadly interested in the ways in which power and ideology are manifested in architecture, urban policy and planning, in embodied performances, nation-building strategies, and more. Dr.
Trevor Wideman is a CMHC-SSHRC Housing Research Program Postdoctoral Fellow based at the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto. He will be speaking about private property and land use planning in early 20th century Vancouver.
The annual Waterloo Ryerson Planning Conference for 2021 is scheduled for March 1 - 3 this year! The theme is "Recognizing Urban Opportunities". We Globally we have been experiencing very unusual, scary, and difficult times over the past year, so we're hoping to look to the future and find opportunities within our urban spaces.
Regular prices for undergrads will be $7 and $10 for non-undergrads. The full conference line-up will be revealed shortly...stay tuned!
Link to buy tickets: https://lnkd.in/eG-Busz
The pandemic has disrupted many of our daily social interactions and activity patterns; however, in some ways, it has also brought us closer to our local communities. Finding contentment in ordinary places is more relevant now than ever, whether that is taking a walk in a familiar neighbourhood or spending time at a park.