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A Materialist Acoustemology of Urban Atmospheres in Mexico City's Centro Histórico
The resonant frequency of sound, that is to say, the vibratory quality of sound, is felt and registered by our bodies in a way that goes beyond the audible. In an urban environment, the combination of sounds creates a sonic ...
Redevelopment Of The Centre For Addiction And Mental Health: Do Images Speak Louder Than Words?
Since the advent of modern medicine and the isolation of "disease of the mind" (Prichard, 1837), specialized institutions for psychiatric care have sought to aid in treating such debilitating conditions, often with an eye ...
Transportation-led Redevelopment And Affordability Along The Eglinton Avenue Lrt Line, Toronto.
New rapid transit lines have been demonstrated to increase access and enhance equity and social inclusivity in cities. However fixed transit infrastructure improvements have also been shown to lift property values, decrease ...
Complicating Queer Space in Toronto: How the Development of Toronto?s LGBTQ2I Spaces Fits within Homonormative and Homonationalist Scripts
This major paper challenges the dominance of celebratory narratives in academic literature that posit Western urban gay enclaves as beacons of social inclusivity and tolerance. This research is intended to address the ...
Gentrification In Scarborough: A Case Study Of The Markham And Ellesmere (me) Living Revitalization
Aiming to compete on a global level, local governments have become heavily invested in the development process. Encouraging gentrification through political terms such as revitalization, smart growth, and regeneration, ...