Kai Wood Mah
Assistant Professor, Art History, Theory and Criticism (2007). B.Sc, 1993; B.Arch, 1995; MA, 2003; PhD, McGill University, Montreal. Architectural Projects, R&R Architects, Montreal: Whapmagoostui Gathering Space; Chisasibi Police Station & Fire Hall; Montreal International Interior Design Show. Publications: Reconstructing Blackness: Fanny Jackson Coppin and the Institute for Colored Youth, Transitions: Race, Culture, and the Dynamics of Change; The Classified Landscapes of Education: The Ontario Educational Exhibition of 1876, Visual Studies. Awards: FQRSC, Arthur Tagge Fellowship; J. W. McConnell Fellowship; Ford Foundation (Florida International University); China-Canada Scholarship (Tsinghua University)
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