Ted Rutland, PhD
Associate Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment
I am interested in supervising masters and PhD research on the city of Montréal, especially research concerned with policing and housing in the post-1970s period.
Rutland, T. 2018. Displacing Blackness: Planning, Power, and Race in Twentieth-Century Halifax. Toronto, University of Toronto Press.
Rutland, T. 2013. Energizing environmental concern in Portland, Oregon. In B. Miller, W. Nicholls, and J. Beaumont (Eds.) Spaces of Contention. Brookfield, MA: Ashgate.
Rutland, T. 2018. L'urbanisme et l'hospitalité ontologique: comment nos villes on crée les conditions d'exclusion. Liberté, 322: 32-33.
Video: Displacing Blackness book launch
Audio: Presentation on gentrification and white ignorance
Audio: Interview on gentrification and housing struggles
Audio: Interview on gentrification and condo conversions
Audio: Interview about race and planning in Halifax
Audio: Interview about planning and black history in Nova Scotia