Ted Rutland, PhD

Associate Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment

Ted Rutland, PhD
Office: S-V 303 
V Annex,
2110 Mackay
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2053
Email: ted.rutland@concordia.ca
Website(s): www.tedrutland.com

Teaching activities

GEOG 315 - Social and cultural geographies

URBS 398 - Housing policy

URBS 498 - Urban security and policing

HENV 690 - Seminar in social and cultural geographies

Selected publications


Rutland, T. 2018. Displacing Blackness: Planning, Power, and Race in Twentieth-Century Halifax. Toronto, University of Toronto Press.


Rutland, T. 2021. Nowhere land: the evicted space of Black tenants' rights in Montreal. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, forthcoming.

Rutland, T. 2020. Profiling the future: the long struggle against police racial profiling in Montreal. American Review of Canadian Studies, 50(3): 270-292..

Rutland, T. 2017. Canadian urban planning at 150Historical Geography, 45: 107-110.

Rutland, T. 2015. Enjoyable life: planning, amenity, and the contested terrain of urban biopolitics. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 33(5): 850-868.

Rutland, T. 2013. Activists in the making: urban movements, political processes, and the creation of political subjects. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37(3): 989-1011.

Rutland, T. 2010. The financialization of urban redevelopment. Geography Compass, 4(8): 1167-1178.

Book chapters

Khalil, S, and Rutland, T. 2019. La ville anti-Noir: La sécurité urbaine et les "après-vies" de l'esclavage à Montréal. In H. Bélanger and D. Lapointe (Eds.) Perspectives critiques et analyse territoriale. Montreal: Presses de l'Université du Québec.

Rutland, T. 2016. Deux formes de discrimination territoriale à Halifax. In C. Lelévrier et al. (Eds) Discrimination territoriales: usages et enjeux de la notion. Paris, L'Oeil d'or.

Rutland, T. 2013. Energizing environmental concern in Portland, Oregon. In B. Miller, W. Nicholls, and J. Beaumont (Eds.) Spaces of Contention. Brookfield, MA: Ashgate.


Comité logement de la Petite Patrie et Laboratoire Urbain de l'Université Concordia. 2014. La conversion en condos et la copropriété indivise dans le quartier de la Petite Patrie.

Print media

For a full and up-to-date list of my op-eds, magazine articles, and recorded lectures and interviews, see www.tedrutland.com

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