Anne Bordeleau, OAQ
Anne Bordeleau is the O'Donovan Director at the School of Architecture of the University of Waterloo. A registered architect in Quebec, she was awarded a PhD from the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies (University College London, UK) after receiving her professional degree and Masters in the history and theory of architecture from McGill University (Montreal).
She is an architect and historian with publications on the temporal dimensions of casting, drawings, maps, buildings and architecture more generally. She has published articles in numerous international journals (Journal of Architecture, Architectural Theory Review, Architectural History, Architecture_MPS, Footprint, Les Cahiers de Droit), along with chapters in edited books (Materiality and Architecture, Chora 7, Architecture’s Appeal), and a monograph, Charles Robert Cockerell, Architect in Time: Reflections Around Anachronistic Drawings (Ashgate, 2014). She is one of four principals who worked on The Evidence Room, an exhibition in the central pavilion of the 15th Venice Biennale in 2016 and now opening at the Royal Ontario Museum this summmer, and Architecture as Evidence (Canadian Centre of Architecture, 2016).