See also the GLOSSARY of terms
READINGS & RESOURCES BY THEME – COURSE LISTS COMBINED FROM FALL 2019/2021
Introduction: Contexts of sustainability
- Dalibard, Jacques, 1990, “Heritage Begins at Home, What thinking globally and acting locally really means,” Canadian Heritage (Spring), 8-10.
- Fairclough, Graham, 2009, “The cultural context of sustainability- Heritage and living,” Council of Europe, Heritage and Beyond 125-127.
- Laduke, Winona, 1992, “Minobimaatisiiwin, The Good Life,” Cultural Survival Quarterly Magazine.
- Veerkamp, Anthony, 2009, “Slow Food,” “Slow Cities,” and their Lessons for Rural Preservation,” Forum Journal: Positioning Preservation in a Green World, (Winter 2009), 51-60.
- LaDuke, Winona. Seeds of Our Ancestors, Seeds of Life, TEDxTC. 2011.
International ideals: Sustainable Development Goals, World Heritage and Indigenous Rights
- Labadi, Sophia, 2018, “Historical, theoretical and international considerations on culture, heritage and (sustainable) development,” 37-50, in Larsen, Peter Bille and William Logan, editors, World Heritage and Sustainable Development, New Directions in World Heritage Management. London: Routledge.
- Turner, Michael, 2012. “World Heritage and Sustainable Development.” World Heritage 65, 8-15.
- Disko, Stefan and Max Ooft, 2018, “The World Heritage and Sustainable Development Policy – A turning point for Indigenous peoples?”101-119, in Larsen and Logan, World Heritage and Sustainable Development.
- United Nations, 2015, Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
- United Nations, 2007. United Nations Declarations on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
- UNESCO/ World Heritage Committee. 2015. Policy Document for the Integration of Sustainable Development
Perspective into the Processes of the World Heritage Convention.
Bridging natural/cultural heritage conservation
- Avrami, Erica, 2011, “Sustainability and the Built Environment: Forging a Role for Heritage Conservation,” Conservation Perspectives the GCI Newsletter, Heritage & Sustainability Issue 26.1: 4-9.
- Byrne, Denis and Gro Birgit Ween. 2015. “Bridging Cultural and Natural Heritage.” pp.94-111. In Meskell, Global Heritage: A Reader. Wiley Blackwell.
- Harmon, David, 2007, “A Bridge over the Chasm: Finding Ways to Achieve Integrated Natural and Cultural Heritage Conservation,” International Journal of Heritage Studies, 13. 4–5: 380–392.
- Pollock-Ellwand, Nancy, 2011. “Common ground and shared frontiers in heritage conservation and sustainable development: partnerships, policies and perspectives.” International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 18.3, 236-242.
Indigenous, community- and land-based knowledge and stewardship / Introduction to the Métis people
- Beckford, Clinton L., et al, 2010, “Aboriginal Environmental Wisdom, Stewardship, and Sustainability: Lessons from the Walpole First Nations, Ontario, Canada,” The Journal of Environmental Education 41.4, 239-248.
- Hodgson-Smith, Kathy L., and Natalie Kermoal, 2015, “Community-Based Research and Métis Women’s Knowledge in Northwestern Saskatchewan, in Kermoal, Natalie, and Isabel Altamirano-Jiménez, ed., Living on the Land, Indigenous Women’s Understanding of Place, AU Press. 139-167.
- Jojola, Ted. 2013.”Indigenous Planning Towards a Seven Generations Model.” pp.457-472. In Walker, Jojola, Natcher, eds. Reclaiming Indigenous Planning. McGill-Queen’s University Press.
- Rose, Debora Bird. “Decolonizing the Discourse of Environmental Knowledge in Settler Societies.”pp.53-72. In Hawkins, Gay and Stephen Muecke, editors. 2003. Culture and Waste, The Creation and Destruction of Value. Rowman & Littlefield.
- Vowel, Chelsea. 2016. Who are the Métis? âpihtawikosisân: Law. Language. Culture.
Online resource through Carleton University Brightspace:
- Horn-Miller, Kahente, Benny Michaud and Tony Belcourt, 2018. “Introduction to the Métis people and the Métis Nation.” Collaborative Indigenous Learning Bundle, Carleton University.
Historic cities, suburbs and sustainable planning/regulation
- Araoz, Gustavo F. 2011. “Preserving heritage places under a new paradigm.” Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 1.1, 55-60.
- Bigio, Anthony Gad. 2015. “Historic Cities and Climate Change,” pp.113-125. In Bandarin, F. and R. van Oers, eds. Reconnecting the City: The Historic Urban Landscape Approach and the Future of Urban Heritage. Wiley-Blackwell.
- Dagenais, M. 2019. “Imagining the City.” pp. 185-202. In Coates, C.M. and G. Wynn, eds. The Nature of Canada. UBC Press.
- Fowler, Edmund P., 2007, “Heritage in the ‘Burbs, How to make suburbs a lasting legacy,” in Alternatives, Canadian Environmental Ideas + Action 33.2-3.
- Rodwell, Dennis, 2003, “Sustainability and the Holistic Approach to the Conservation of Historic Cities,” Journal of Architectural Conservation 9.1: 58-73.
- Jessiman, Stacey R. 2015. “Challenges for implementing UNESCO’s Historic Urban Landscape Recommendations in Canada.” 80-92. In Labadi, Sophia and William Logan, ed. Urban Heritage, Development and Sustainability. Routledge.
- UNESCO, 2011, “Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape,” UNESCO General Conference 36C, Annex, 5-12.
Resilient and inclusive landscapes in changing climates
- Crew, Rebecca, 2011, “Tree Preservation and the Cultural Effects of Climate Change,” in Longstreth, Richard, editor, Sustainability & Historic Preservation, Towards a Holistic View, Lanham, Maryland: University of Delaware Press, 43-56.
- Megarry, Will, 2018, “Cultural heritage has a lot to teach us about climate change,” The Conversation, Oct.16, 2018.
- Piper, L. 2019. “Climates of Our Times.” pp.319-334. In Coates, Colin M. and Graeme Wynn, editors. The Nature of Canada. UBC Press.
- Ross, Susan, 2019, “Water works in a changing climate: the R.C. Harris filtration plant, Toronto, Canada,” International Council of Engineers- Engineering History and Heritage 172.3, 125–135.
- Wiggins, Meredith, 2018, “Eroding Paradigms, Heritage in an Age of Climate Gentrification.” Change Over Time 8.1, 122-130.
- Kunuk, Zacharias and Ian Mauro, Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change, Isuma tv.
Sustaining and assessing cultural heritage– resources for case study analysis
- Clarkson, Linda, et al, 1992, “Calls to Actions,” Our Responsibility to the Seventh Generation, Indigenous Peoples and Sustainable Development, International Institute for Sustainable Development. 77-92.
- De Silva, Megan and Jane Henderson, 2011, “Sustainability in Conservation Practice,” Journal of the Institute of Conservation 34.1, 5-15.
- Landorf, Chris, 2011, “Evaluating social sustainability in historic urban environments.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 17.5: 463-477.
- Oldekorp, J.A., et al. 2015. “A global assessment of the social and conservation outcomes of protected areas.” Conservation Biology 30.1: 133-141.
Reuse and adaptation of the built environment
- Boccardi, Giovanni. 2015. “From Mitigation to Adaptation: A New Heritage Paradigm for the Anthropocene.” pp.87-97. In Albert, Albert, Marie-Theres, editor. 2015. Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies. De Gruyter. E-book.
- Carroon, Jean. “Buildings and Environmental Stewardship, Understanding the Issues.” Sustainable Preservation, Greening Existing Buidligs. Wiley, 2010. pp.3-18.
- Lawrence, Roderick J. 2006, “Learning from the Vernacular, Basic Principles for Sustaining Human Habitats,” in Asquith, Lindsay, and Marcel Vellinga, eds. Vernacular Architecture in the Twenty-first Century: Theory, Education and Practice, London: Taylor & Francis, 110-127.
- Latham, Laura. 2018. “The Rise of the Meanwhile Space: How Empty Properties are Finding Second Lives.” The Guardian.
Rehabilitation of modern built heritage
- Elefante, Carl, 2012 (2007), “The Greenest Building Is…One That Is Already Built,” Forum Journal 21.4. 67-72.
- McClelland, Michael, Alexis H. Cohen & Christine Paglialunga. 2017. “Towers: a comparison in evaluation, context, and conservation.” Journal of Architectural Conservation, 23:1-2, pp. 106-115, DOI: 10.1080/13556207.2017.1312762
- Ross, Susan. 2021, “Addressing Climate Change by Retrofitting Canada’s Existing Buildings.” Policy Options.
- Ross, Susan, 2008, “How Green Was Canadian Modernism, How Sustainable will it be?” Docomomo Journal: Canada Modern 38: 67-72.
- Webb, Amanda L. 2019. “Historic Preservation in a New Era of Building Energy Data.” 111-123. In Avrami, Erica, ed. Preservation and the New Data Landscape. Columbia University Press.
- Brandt, Mark T./FPTMCC. 2016. Building Resilience. Practical Guidelines for the Sustainable Rehabilitation of Buildings in Canada. https://www.historicplaces.ca/
Keeping heritage circulating
- Bohlin, A. 2019. “‘It will Keep Circulating’: Loving and Letting Go of Things in Swedish Second-hand Markets.” Worldwide Waste: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 2.1 Art. 3,1-11, Doi: https://doi.org/10.5334/wwwj.17
- Lynch, Kevin. 1990. “The Waste of Place.” pp.81-117. Wasting Away. Sierra Club.
- Rudolf-Meier, Hans. 2011.”Spolia in Contemporary Architecture, Searching for Ornament and Place.” In Brilliant, R. and D. Kinney, editors. Reuse Value: Spolia and Appropriation in Art and Architecture from Constantine to Sherrie Levine. Routledge, 2011.
- Ross, Susan. 2017. “Keyword-Deconstruction Waste (Building),” Discard Studies (Nov.27, 2017).
- NSERC Create Heritage and Engineering: “Heritage and Waste: Values, Circular Economy and Deconstruction.”
Models of inclusive environmental stewardship
- Ball, Cynthia, et al, 2012, “Reconnection and Reconciliation in Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks: Jasper National Park, Canada,” in Amareswar Galla, editor, World Heritage: Benefits Beyond Borders, Cambridge, University Press/UNESCO, 158-168.
- Mitchell, Nora J., and Brenda Barrett. 2015, “Heritage Values and Agricultural Landscapes: Towards a New Synthesis.” Landscape Research 40.6 (2015): 701-16. Web. 15 Aug. 2019
- Reed, Maureen and Merle Massie. “What’s Left? Canadian Biosphere Reserves as Sustainability-in-Practice.” Journal of Canadian Studies 47.3 (2013): 200-225.
Social sustainability, environmental history and justice
- Avrami, Erica et al. “Confronting Exclusion: Redefining the Intended Outcomes of Historic Preservation.” Change Over Time 8.1 (2018): 102-120.
- Dean, Joanna, 2011, “The Social Production of a Canadian Urban Forest,” in Genevieve Massard-Guilbaud and Richard Rodger, Environmental and Social Justice in the City, Historical Perspectives, Cambridge: White Horse Press, 67-87.
- Keeling, A. and J, Sandlos. 2019. “Never Just a Hole in the Ground.” pp.203-222. In Coates, Colin M. and Graeme Wynn, editors. The Nature of Canada. UBC Press.
- Khalaf, Roha. “Cultural Heritage Reconstruction after Armed Conflict: Continuity, Change and Sustainability.” The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice vol.no. (2019). 1-17. (Ahead of print pagination)
- Simms, S. Jordan, “A Polluting Concept of Culture: Native Artefacts Contaminated with Toxic Preservatives,” International Journal of Heritage Studies 11.4 (September 2005): 327-339.
Economic sustainability, heritage tourism and walkability
- Barthel-Bouchier, Diane L. 2013, “Cultural Tourism and the Discourse of Sustainability,” Cultural Heritage and the Challenge of Sustainability, Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, 153-176.
- Dobson, Stephen, 2011 “Sustaining Place Through Community Walking Initiatives,” Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 1.2: 109-121.
- Labadi, Sophia, and Peter G. Gould, 2015, “Sustainable Development: Heritage, Community, Economics.” 196-216. In Lynn Meskell, ed. Global Heritage: A Reader. John Wiley & Sons.
- Rypkema, Donovan. 2015. “Devising Financial Tools for Urban Conservation,” pp.284-290. In Bandarin, F. and R. van Oers, eds. Reconnecting the City: The Historic Urban Landscape Approach and the Future of Urban Heritage.
- Throsby, David, 2003, “Sustainability in the Conservation of the Built Environment: An Economist’s Perspective,” in Teutonico, .M. and Frank Matero, editors, Managing Change: Sustainable Approaches to the Conservation of the Built Environment, Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute, 3-9.
BOOKS ON RESERVE AT MacODRUM LIBRARY BY CATEGORY
- Albert, Marie-Theres, Roland Bernecker and Britta Rudolff, editors, 2013, Understanding Heritage, Perspectives in Heritage Studies, De Gruyter.
- Fairclough, Graham, et al, editor, 2008, The Heritage Reader, New York: Routledge.
- Mieg, Harald A. and Heike Oeverman, editors, 2014, Industrial Heritage Transformed, Clash of Discourses, Routledge.
- West, Susie, editor, 2010, Understanding Heritage in Practice, Manchester University Press.
Heritage conservation and sustainability
- Barthel-Bouchier, Diane L. 2013, Cultural Heritage and the Challenge of Sustainability. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press.
- Galla, Amareswar, editor, 2012, World Heritage: Benefits Beyond Borders, Cambridge, University Press/UNESCO.
- Longstreth, Richard, editor, 2011, Sustainability & Historic Preservation, Towards a Holistic View, Lanham, Maryland: University of Delaware Press.
- Teutonico, Jeanne Marie and Frank Matero, 2003, Managing Change: Sustainable Approaches to the Conservation of the Built Environment, Getty Conservation Institute.
- Young, Robert A., 2012, Stewardship of the Built Environment: Sustainability, Preservation, and Reuse, Island Press.
Historic urban landscapes and urban sustainability
- Bandarin, Francesco and Ron van Oers, 2014, The Historic Urban Landscape: Managing Heritage in an Urban Century, Wiley-Blackwell.
- Hough, Michael, Cities & Natural Process: A Basis for Sustainability, 2nd edition, Routledge, 2004. Electronic
- Knox, Paul L. and Heike Mayer, 2013, Small Town Sustainability: Economic, Social, and Environmental Innovation, Basel, Switzerland: Birkhauser Verlag.
- Rodwell, Dennis, 2007, Conservation and Sustainability of Historic Cities, Wiley-Blackwell.
- Whiston Spirn, Anne, 1984, The Granite Garden: Urban Nature and Human Design, Basic Books.
Cultural landscape histories and sustainability
- Campbell, Claire, 2011, A Century of Parks Canada, 1911-2011, U.Calgary Press.
- Longstreth, Richard W., editor, 2008, Cultural Landscapes: Balancing Nature and Heritage in Preservation Practice, Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.
- Luginbuhl, Yves, et al, editors, 2015, Landscape and Sustainable Development: The French Perspective, Ashgate.
- Plieninger, Tobias, and Claudia Bieling, editors, 2012, Resilience and the Cultural Landscape, Understanding and Managing Change in Human-shaped Environments, Cambridge U.P.
- Taylor, Ken and Jane L. Lennon, editors, 2012, Managing Cultural Landscapes, Routledge.
- Taylor, Ken, et al, 2015, Conserving Cultural Landscapes: Challenges and New Directions, Routledge.
- Von Droste, Bernd, et al, 1995, Cultural landscapes of universal value: components of a global strategy, Gustav Fischer/ UNESCO
- Thayer, Robert L. 1994, Gray World, Green Heart: Technology, Nature, and Sustainable Landscape, Wiley.
- Wilson, Alexander, 1991, The Culture of Nature, North American landscape from Disney to the Exxon Valdez, Between the Line.
Sustainable heritage buildings and materials
- Carroon, Jean, 2010, Sustainable Preservation, Greening Existing Buildings, Wiley.
- Gelfand, Lisa and Chris Duncan, 2012, Sustainable Renovation, Strategies for Commercial Building Systems and Envelope, Wiley.
- Larsen, Knut Einar and Nils Marstein, 2000, The Conservation of Historic Timber Structures, An Ecological Approach, Butterworth-Heinemann.
- Maddex, Diane, editor, 1981, New Energy from Old Buildings, Washington: National Trust for Historic Preservation.
- Oxley, Richard, 2003, Survey and Repair of Traditional Buildings, A Sustainable Approach, Donhead.
- Prizeman, Oriel, 2015, Sustainable Building Conservation: Theory and Practice of responsive Design in the Heritage Environment, London: RIBA Publishing.
- Rose, William B., 2005, Water in Buildings: An Architect’s Guide to Moisture and Mold, New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons.
- Stein, Carl, 2010, Greening Modernism, Preservation, Sustainability and the Modern Movement, Norton.
Climate and resource-based architectural design, building, materials
- Addis, Bill, 2006, Building with Reclaimed Components and Materials, A Design Handbook for Reuse and Recycling, London, UK: Earthscan.
- Asquith, Lindsay, and Marcel Vellinga, eds. 2006, Vernacular Architecture in the Twenty-first Century: Theory, Education and Practice. London: Taylor & Francis.
- Banham, Reyner, 1969, Architecture of the Well-Tempered Environment, Chicago: U. Chicago Press.
- Borasi, G. and M. Zardini, 2007, Sorry Out of Gas, Architecture’s Response to the 1973 Oil Crisis, Montreal: CCA.
- Brand, Stewart, 1995, How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They’re Built. Penguin Books: New York.
- Fitch, J.M. and W. Bobenhausen, 1999, American Building: The Environmental Forces That Shape It, rev. edition, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
- Porteous, Colin, 2002, The New Eco-Architecture, Alternatives from the Modern Movement, SPON.
- Steele, James, 2005, Ecological Architecture: A Critical History, London: Thames and Hudson.
Environmental history, cultural ecology, Indigenous ecological knowledge
- Crumley, Carole L. editor, 1994, Historical Ecology: Cultural Knowledge and Changing Landscapes, U. Washington Press.
- Hawkins, Gay and Stephan Mueck, editors, 2003, Culture and Waste, The Creation and Destruction of Value, Rowman and Littlefield.
- Hessing, Melody, Rebecca Raglon and Catriona Sandilands, editors, 2005, This Elusive Land: Women and the Canadian Environment, UBC Press.
- Kermoal, Natalie, and Isabel Altamirano-Jiménez, editors, 2015, Living on the Land, Indigenous Women’s Understanding of Place, AU Press.
- Massard-Guilbaud, Genevieve and Richard Rodger, editors, 2011, Environmental and Social Justice in the City, Historical Perspectives, Cambridge: White Horse Press.
Other related references by Susan Ross, the course instructor
- 2020. “Re-evaluating Heritage Waste: Sustaining Material Values through Deconstruction and Reuse” The Historic Environment: Policy and Practice. DOI: 10.1080/17567505.2020.1723259
- 2020. Heritage and Waste: Introduction. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 10.1. Access here: https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/JCHMSD-02-2020-116/full/html
- 2017. “Sustainable Conservation Strategies for Canada’s Modernist Wood Legacy,” Journal of Architectural Conservation.
- 2016. “Enhancing Conservation Tools for Natural Heritage in Historic Districts,” Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin.
- 2013. “How Appropriate is Our Technological Heritage?” Carleton University School of Canadian Studies Heritage Conservation Symposium (proceedings), Carleton University.
- 2012. Book Review: “Sustainable Renovation: Strategies for Commercial Building Systems and Envelope by Lisa Gelfand and Chris Duncan,” APT Bulletin 43.4, p.57.
- 2008. “How Green was Canadian Modernism? How Sustainable Will it Be?” Docomomo International Journal, special Canada Modern issue (2008), pp.67-73.
- 2008. “Sustainable Historic Places: A Background Paper for the Historic Places Branch, Parks Canada.”
- 2006. “Saving Heritage is Key to Sustainable Development,” Heritage (Spring 2006).
- 2005. “Integrating Environmental and Cultural Sustainability for Heritage Properties” (with Andrew Powter), APT Bulletin (2005), 36.4, pp.5-11.
Additional sources for sustainable heritage conservation case studies in Canada include: