Vancouver-based critic and curator Trevor Boddy currently writes a column on architecture and cities for the Globe and Mail, and previously for The Vancouver Sun, Seattle Times and Ottawa Citizen. He is a regular contributor to the Canadian Architect, Architectural Review and Architectural Record, plus international design magazines published in German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, and Arabic. He has taught architecture design studio, history, and urbanism at universities across North America, and lectures globally on contemporary design and city-building. Trevor Boddy’s independent critical monograph The Architecture of Douglas Cardinal was named “Alberta Book of the Year” and short-listed for the International Union of Architects prize for best book of architectural criticism published worldwide, and he was an essayist in Sorkin’s previous collection Variations on a Theme Park: The New American City and the End of Public Space. A contributing editor to Seattle’s Arcade and Toronto’s Canadian Architect magazines, his architectural criticism has earned the 2001 Western Magazine Award for arts writing, and Boddy was named co-winner of the 2003 Jack Webster Journalism Award for civic reporting. His exhibition “Telling Details: e Architecture of Cliord Wiens” is currently touring nationally, and he recently curated the exhibition-as-event “A Dialogue of Cities,” a global gathering of architecture critics.