Heather Braiden is an Assistant Professor in Landscape Architecture at the University of Montreal. Over the last decade, Heather’s research has evolved to include the cultural perceptions and social identity in post-mining landscapes. Her findings have been presented at several international conferences and in other academic settings.
Sessions in which Heather Braiden participates
- 13.50 File Under “Disaster Area, Incredible Ruins”: Landscape as Heritage in Thetford Mines, Québec
- Participant Heather Braiden (University of Montreal) |
- 13:30 - 14:00 | 30 minutes Part of: Cultural Heritage and the Working Class
- Thetford Mines is a town build upon the shoulders of generations of men, women, and families, interwoven by asbestos, at varying intervals betwe...