Prof. Susan Ross

Carleton University
Participates in 1 Session
Susan Ross, OAQ, FAPT, is a conservation architect with over twenty years experience in Montreal, Berlin and Ottawa. She has been active for over a decade in writing and teaching about heritage and sustainability with respect to: urban, modern and industrial landscapes; values ontologies, rating systems and heritage planning policies; and, environmental histories of materials, buildings and sites.  Since 2013 Susan is assistant professor of the School of Canadian Studies at Carleton University, where she developed an advanced seminar on Heritage Conservation and Sustainability.

Selected publications:
“Conserver le bois moderne: des stratégies environnementales pour un patrimoine organique” in La sauvegarde de l’architecture 
moderne (F. Vanlaethem and M.-J.Therrien, editors), UQAM (2014), 305-324. “Hidden Water in the Landscape: the Covered Reservoirs of Mount Royal” in Metropolitan Natures: Environmental Histories of Montreal (S. Castonguay and M. Dagenais, editors), Pittsburgh University Press (2012), 115-132. “How Green was Canadian Modernism? How Sustainable Will it Be?” Docomomo International Journal: Canada Modern (2008): 67-73. “Integrating Environmental and Cultural Sustainability for Heritage Properties,” (co-author Andrew Powter), APT Bulletin 36.4 (2005): 5-11. 

Sessions in which Prof. Susan Ross participates

Tuesday June 7, 2016

9:00 AM
9:00 AM