Geoffrey Carr

Sessional Instructor
location_on Auditorium Annex Office A 267

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With a persistent focus on the largely overlooked architectural history of the Indian Residential School System in Canada, Geoffrey Carr examines the function of architecture and art in the contested spaces of colonial encounter. He also sees art display as a means of social reconciliation in divided societies.

Geoffrey Carr currently teaches ARTH 480: Visual and Digital Media Theory in the BMS program.


Geoffrey Carr

Sessional Instructor
location_on Auditorium Annex Office A 267

With a persistent focus on the largely overlooked architectural history of the Indian Residential School System in Canada, Geoffrey Carr examines the function of architecture and art in the contested spaces of colonial encounter. He also sees art display as a means of social reconciliation in divided societies.

Geoffrey Carr currently teaches ARTH 480: Visual and Digital Media Theory in the BMS program.

Geoffrey Carr

Sessional Instructor
location_on Auditorium Annex Office A 267

With a persistent focus on the largely overlooked architectural history of the Indian Residential School System in Canada, Geoffrey Carr examines the function of architecture and art in the contested spaces of colonial encounter. He also sees art display as a means of social reconciliation in divided societies.

Geoffrey Carr currently teaches ARTH 480: Visual and Digital Media Theory in the BMS program.