Recent Publications by OCAD U Faculty

To have your publications listed in the PULSE, please contact research@ocadu.ca.

Publications:

  • Wiktorowicz, M. & Wyndham-West, C.M. (2019). Chapter 11: Evolution of Health Care Policy: Deconstructing Divergent Approaches. In D. Raphael, T. Bryant and M. Rioux (Eds.), Staying Alive: Critical Perspectives on Health, Illness and Health Care. Canadian Scholar’s Press: Toronto, pp. 281-310

Conference Presentations

  • Wyndham-West, C.M. “Housing Futures: Designing an Equitable Path for Successful Aging in Place”. Co-presented paper at the AMPS (Architecture, Media, Politics and Society) Conference at Tallahassee on January 17, 2020 with James Dunn of McMaster University.
  • Wyndham-West, C.M. “Co-Design with an Equity Lens: From Theory to Practice”.  Presented the Inaugural talk for McMaster University’s Co-Design Hub for Vulnerable Populations, in Hamilton, ON, on January 24, 2020.

 

Department: 

THIS IS RESEARCH

"This is Research" Poster: one and the same
"This is Research" Poster: Depth Clouds
Monday, January 28, 2019 - 2:00pm

The Office of Research & Innovation is excited to announce the launch of a new campaign to raise awareness about research at OCAD University: “THIS IS RESEARCH.”

OCAD University faculty are engaged in inclusive, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research that audaciously and responsibly pursues the questions of our time.

THIS IS RESEARCH features posters and media showcasing the many forms of research at the University. You can see the first set of these on the many screens across campus and our website.

In concert with provincial efforts being coordinated through the Council of Ontario Universities, “THIS IS RESEARCH” will help to raise the profile of research performed across faculties by the creative professionals, scholars, and strategic thinkers that make up our research community.

Please join us in celebrating research at OCADU!

If you would like your research to be profiled through “THIS IS RESEARCH” please contact our office at research@ocadu.ca.

Poster: 
"This is Research" Poster: Quipucamayoc
"This is Research" Poster: Monarch
"This is Research" Poster: INHABITAT
"This is Research" Poster: One Hundred Thousand Lousy Cats

Research Lounge

Research Lounge poster - white text on blue background with the dates as listed on website.
Friday, January 18, 2019 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Come enjoy a coffee in a relaxed setting where you can:

  • Build your research network
  • Find out what other faculty are working on
  • Get knowledgeable advice and answers to your questions from Research staff
  • Find out how the Office of Research & Innovation can help you

We look forward to seeing you!

Venue & Address: 
Room 520, 205 Richmond St. West
Website: 
https://ocadu.ca/research
Cost: 
Free

Research Lounge

Research Lounge poster
Friday, December 14, 2018 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Come enjoy a coffee in a relaxed setting where you can:

  • Build your research network
  • Find out what other faculty are working on
  • Get knowledgeable advice and answers to your questions from Research staff
  • Find out how the Office of Research & Innovation can help you

We look forward to seeing you!

Venue & Address: 
Room 520, 205 Richmond St. West
Website: 
ocadu.ca/research
Email: 
research@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Free

Research Lounge

Research Lounge poster
Friday, November 16, 2018 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Come enjoy a coffee in a relaxed setting where you can:

  • Build your research network
  • Find out what other faculty are working on
  • Get knowledgeable advice and answers to your questions from Research staff
  • Find out how the Office of Research & Innovation can help you!

 

Venue & Address: 
Room 520, 205 Richmond St. West
Website: 
ocadu.ca/research
Email: 
research@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Free

Research Rendezvous with Johanna Householder

Image from project poster featuring a bird-headed figure standing beside a sign which reads "environment 1"
Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Holocene Days: the debate around how to name the present epoch, whether from a scientific or science fictional perspective compels us humans to reconsider critically the necessary repositioning of ourselves as agents in the world: Anthropocene, Plantationocene, or Chthulucene as Donna Haraway would have it. As we collectively rethink our positions in relation to colonization and its discontents, artistic practice has a key role to play in conceiving of alternatives to representationalist regimes that split “semiotic” from “material” reality. This talk will describe some recent research creation projects partly enabled by the Distinguished Researcher Award.

Johanna Householder has been making performances and other artwork in Canada since the late 70s. She was a member of the notorious satirical feminist performance ensemble The Clichettes, who performed across Canada and the US under variable circumstances throughout the 1980s. While The Clichettes practiced their own brand of pop culture detournment, Householder has maintained a unique performance practice, often collaborating with other artists. As one of the founders of the 7a*11d International Festival of Performance Art, held biannually in Toronto, she has brought many international artists to the festival. She is keenly interested in the histories of performance, reperformance, and the effect that performance has had in contemporary art and new media.

Venue & Address: 
205 Richmond St. West, Room 115
Email: 
research@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Free
The event poster

Research Wednesdays: "Reconstructing Lost Books: Otto Ege’s Medieval Manuscript Leaves"

Research Wednesdays 1-2pm in the Learning Zone November 7: Reconstructing Lost Books: Otto Ege’s Medieval Manuscript Leaves
Wednesday, November 7, 2018 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

In 1950 Otto Ege, an instructor at the Cleveland Institute of Art, pulled apart fifty medieval European manuscripts and created a series of boxes containing portfolios of individual leaves. These boxes were sold to educational institutions across North America to be used as teaching materials. Archivist Ariella Elema describes the process of cataloguing OCAD University’s portfolio of manuscript leaves and the present cooperative efforts to reconstruct Ege’s scattered library in digital form.

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Research Wednesdays is a speaker series presented by the OCAD U Library. It's a forum for anyone (undergrad or graduate students, staff, or faculty) to present in a supportive environment. Take a break over lunch to learn about new opportunities for Toronto creative researchers!

Interested in presenting at Research Wednesdays? We are currently programming our winter schedule (Jan-April). Send an email to Daniel Payne (dpayne@ocadu.ca) and include:

  •   brief 250 word description of your talk,
  •   indication of which Wednesdays would be available for you,
  •   list of technological needs,
  •   ideal set up of the presentation seating arrangement,
  •   description of any participatory activities that may be used. (NOTE: any focus groups or survey-type activities may need Research Ethics Board approval, so be prepared to include this in your proposal.)
Venue & Address: 
OCAD U Library's Learning Zone, Level 1, 113 McCaul Street Also accessible from 122 St. Patrick St.
Email: 
dpayne@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 ext. 217
Cost: 
Free
Keywords: 

Research Wednesdays: "Open Access: A How-to Guide"

Research Wednesdays 1-2pm in the Learning Zone October 24: Open Access: A How-to Guide. In celebration of Open Access Week
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

In recognition of Open Access Week we will feature a practical introduction to Open Access with information on how to make the best use of this vital 21st century publishing model. Join use to learn about practical approaches and resources, regardless of your career stage. 

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Research Wednesdays is a speaker series presented by the OCAD U Library. It's a forum for anyone (undergrad or graduate students, staff, or faculty) to present in a supportive environment. Take a break over lunch to learn about new opportunities for Toronto creative researchers!

Interested in presenting at Research Wednesdays? We are currently programming our winter schedule (Jan-April). Send an email to Daniel Payne (dpayne@ocadu.ca) and include:

  •   brief 250 word description of your talk,
  •   indication of which Wednesdays would be available for you,
  •   list of technological needs,
  •   ideal set up of the presentation seating arrangement,
  •   description of any participatory activities that may be used. (NOTE: any focus groups or survey-type activities may need Research Ethics Board approval, so be prepared to include this in your proposal.)
Venue & Address: 
OCAD U Library's Learning Zone, Level 1, 113 McCaul Street Also accessible from 122 St. Patrick St.
Email: 
dpayne@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 ext. 217
Cost: 
Free

OCAD Faculty conduct King Street Pilot Survey

A photograph of the OCAD University survey booth on King Street
Monday, October 15, 2018 - 9:45am

As part of Visual Analytics Lab's large urban design research project, iCITY, researchers have been conducting a survey (the "Walkable Street Survey") for the King Street Pilot. 

iCITY project member Jeremy Bowes, MARCH, AOCA and Professor in the Faculty of Design, states, "It would be great if any of you who visit the art and King street experience, especially now with the 'unzipped pavilion' by BIG architects, could comment. The survey takes about 12 to 14 minutes, so it has a lot of detailed design related questions, and the usual demographic questions from the city at the end."

The survey, which is still open to anyone interested in providing their pedestrian experience of streetscapes in urban Toronto, can be found here: https://bit.ly/2ycrbil

Learn more about the iCITY research project

Research Wednesdays: Century of Ontario Photographs

Simple drawings of an open book and an open laptop. The images are surrounded by text from the event description.
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

This presentation examines some of the highlights from the Archives of Ontario’s extensive photograph collections, and showcases the work of government, amateur and professional photographers. It reveals the importance of the Archives’ photograph collections to understanding Ontario’s past, and explains how these records are managed and preserved. 

Danielle Manning has worked at the Archives of Ontario for five years, first as an archivist and now as an Outreach Officer. She is currently responsible for the Archives' tour program, social media, and Speakers Bureau presentations. Danielle holds a Master of Information from the University of Toronto and a Masters degree in art history from the University of Western Ontario.

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Research Wednesdays is a speaker series presented by the OCAD U Library. It's a forum for anyone (undergrad or graduate students, staff, or faculty) to present in a supportive environment. Take a break over lunch to learn about new opportunities for Toronto creative researchers!

Interested in presenting at Research Wednesdays? We are currently programming our winter schedule (Jan-April). Send an email to Daniel Payne (dpayne@ocadu.ca) and include:

  •   brief 250 word description of your talk,
  •   indication of which Wednesdays would be available for you,
  •   list of technological needs,
  •   ideal set up of the presentation seating arrangement,
  •   description of any participatory activities that may be used. (NOTE: any focus groups or survey-type activities may need Research Ethics Board approval, so be prepared to include this in your proposal.)
Venue & Address: 
OCAD U Library's Learning Zone, Level 1, 113 McCaul Street Also accessible from 122 St. Patrick St.
Email: 
dpayne@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 ext. 217
Cost: 
Free

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