International heritage group publishes profile of Assoc. Prof. Susan Ross
November 4, 2022
The Association of Critical Heritage Studies has published a profile of Associate Professor Susan Ross, cross-appointed to the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism and the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies.
Ross teaches courses on Canadian and international heritage history, theory, planning and practices, cultural landscapes and identity, conservation and sustainability, and the public history and heritage of Ottawa/Adawe. She is currently interim director of the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies.
She studied at McGill University and Université de Montréal and has worked as a licensed architect in Montreal and Berlin. Before this last decade in academia, she worked in government, not-for-profits, and the private sector.
The Association of Critical Heritage Studies is a professional association for heritage scholars, educators, policymakers, activists, community members, and practitioners, with 2,000 members from 127 countries. Ross is a member.