Research Affiliate

Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Planning and Environment, Concordia University

Dr. Ted Rutland has a PhD in Geography from the University of British Columbia, and previous degrees from Dalhousie University and Mount Allison University. His doctoral research examined the history of modern urban planning in Halifax, NS, paying particular attention to the way that planning initiatives were shaped by period-specific conceptions of space, social differences (e.g., race, class, and gender), and urban dynamics.

His continuing research interests include: the history of cities and urban planning; race and racism; biopower and biopolitics; urban security and policing; and participatory action research methods.