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Margaret Emily Hodges Department of Art History, Concordia University Ph.D. Art History, McGill University 2004 Dissertation: Blanche Lemco van Ginkel & H.P.Daniel van Ginkel: Urban Planning Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Recent Publications and Papers: “Nationalism and Modernism: Rethinking Scandinavian Design in Canada,” RACAR 40 (2015) 2: 56-70 “Environmental Art as Positive Intervention in Nature,” The XIth International Institute of Applied Aesthetics Summer Conference on Environmental Aesthetics, Lahti, Finland, “Sustainable City Life – Exploring Aesthetic Values in Urban Settings,” August 6th to 8th, 2015. “Environmental Art and Nature’s Intrinsic Value,” The Canadian Society for Aesthetics at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Ottawa, May 30th – June 1st, 2015. “Environmental Art and Sustainability,” Universities Art Association Conference of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, October 23rd to October 26th, 2014. “Hybridity in Aesthetic Accounts of the Natural Environment,” Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association Micro-Talk Series, Light and Landscape, January 21st, 2014. “A Model for Landscape Appreciation and Care,” Paper, Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Arts And Humanities, January 2014, 8 pages,ISSN#1541-5899. “Publicity for Modern Design: Sigrun Bülow-Hübe and the Canadian Furniture Industry,” Universities Art Association of Canada Abstracts, 2013. “A Hybrid Approach to the Aesthetics of the Natural Environment,” XXIII World Congress of Philosophy, Athens, Greece, Abstracts, 2013. “Interior Design in Open Plan Educational Architecture,” Universities Art Association of Canada Abstracts, 2012. “Brutalism as Language,” Architecture that Speaks/Architecture/Parlante Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada’s 39th Annual Conference Abstracts, 2012. “Kant and Environmental Aesthetics,” the Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association Abstracts, 2012 “Expressway Aesthetics: Montreal in the 1960s,” Journal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada, Spring Issue, 2012. “A Kantian Model for an Aesthetic of Ecology,” Seventh European Conference of Analytic Philosophy, Milan, Italy Abstracts, 2011 “Ecclesiastical Modern,” The Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada Abstracts, 2011. “Architecture as Aesthetic Potential,”Proceedings of the International Hawaii Conference on the Arts and Humanities, January 2011, 12 pages,ISSN#1541-5899 “Blanche Lemco van Ginkel,” Antoine Fouque, Béatrice Didier,
Sessions in which Margaret Hodges participates
- [WITHDRAWN] 09.00 Industrial Montreal of the 1960s: A Model for the Sustainable City through Heritage
- Participant Margaret Hodges (Concordia University) |
- 9:00 - 9:30 | 30 minutes Part of: Sustainable Urban Heritage Conservation in Questions
- Recent literature in geographical and environmental studies, and environmental aesthetics, has focused on the concepts of the post-industrial ci...