Her doctorate thesis, obtained in the interdisciplinary doctorate program at Concordia University in 2002, and which focused on the conservation of public spaces and on the double question of space and genre, was awarded the Governor General’s Gold Medal. She completed a post-doctorate stage at McGill from 2003-2005. Her pedagogy focuses on interdisciplinary practices, on history of architecture, and on feminist and post-humanist theories. Her research focuses on artistic activities and her most recent exhibitions in 2014 (http://cynthiahammond.org) took place in the Montreal FOFA and Studio XX galleries. Between 2014-2016, she received several prizes for her innovative teaching methods.