Recommended Readings Related to the Course:

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Ahmed, S. (2012). On being included: Racism and diversity in institutional life. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

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Applegate, R. (2009). The library is for studying: Student preferences for study space. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 35(4), 341-346.

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Arms, J. H., Cabrera, A. F., & Brower, A. M. (2008). Moving into students’ spaces: The impact of location of academic advising on student engagement among undecided students. NACADA Journal, 28(1), 8-18.

Baldwin, D. L. (2015). The “800-Pound Gargoyle”: The long history of higher education and urban development on Chicago’s south side. American Quarterly, 67(1), 81-103.

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Banning, J. H., & Bartels, S. (1997). A taxonomy: Campus physical artifacts as communicators of campus multiculturalism. NASPA Journal, 35(1), 29-37.

Baylina Ferré, M., & Rodó de Zárate, M. (2016). New visual methods for teaching intersectionality from a spatial perspective in a geography and gender course. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 40(4), 608-620.

BC Ministry of Education (2015). Aboriginal worldviews and perspectives in the classroom: Moving forward. Victoria, BC: Crown Publications, Queen’s Printer.

Blanco Ramírez, G. (2016). Many choices, one destination: Multimodal university brand construction in an urban public transportation system. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 29(2), 186-204.

Booth, A. L., & Anderson, M. (2017). Food (in) security within a university community: The experiences of students, staff and faculty at a sustainable institution. In Handbook of Theory and Practice of Sustainable Development in Higher Education (pp. 187-199). Springer International Publishing.

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Brooks, E., & Gaalema, B. (2012). Exploring physical artifacts on the campus tour: A comparison of institutional messaging. Journal of the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University, 55-66. Available online at: .

CAUT (2016). CAUT Guide to Acknowledging Traditional Territory. Ottawa: Canadian Association of University Teachers.—territorial-acknowledgement-by-province.pdf?sfvrsn=12

Clark, B. R. (1972). The organizational saga in higher education. Administrative Science Quarterly, 178-184.

Clarke, M., & Fine, G. A. (2010). ” A” for apology: Slavery and the discourse of remonstrance in two American universities. History & Memory, 22(1), 81-112.

Coulson, J., Roberts, P., & Taylor, I. (2015). University planning and architecture: The search for perfection. London: Routledge.

Coulson, J., Roberts, P., & Taylor, I. (2014). University trends: Contemporary campus design. London: Routledge.

Craig, C. A., Fixler, D. N., & Kelly, S. D. (2011). A Rubric for Campus Heritage Planning. Planning for Higher Education, 39(3), 55.

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Lundström, A., Savolainen, J., & Kostiainen, E. (2016). Case study: Developing campus spaces through co-creation. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 12(6), 409-426.

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McKittrick, K. (2014). Katherine McKittrick, author of Demonic Grounds, on Trigger Warnings. Bully Bloggers. Retrieved from:

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