David Theodore

David Theodore is Assistant Professor at McGill University.

An engaged architectural critic, he has published on contemporary architecture in the RIBA Journal, Competitions, Frame, Architecture, InDesign (Australia), and ARQ, as well as contributing to reference surveys such as the Canadian Encyclopedia, 1001 Buildings You Must See Before You Die: The World’s Architectural Masterpieces (2007), and The Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century Architecture (2008). He is currently regional correspondent for Canadian Architect and contributing editor at Azure. He was research and exhibition coordinator for the major 2006 retrospective “Arthur Erickson: Critical Works” at the Vancouver Art Gallery. In addition, he has co-curated and designed exhibitions on Canadian architecture that have appeared at the Design Exchange (Toronto), Subtle Technologies Festival (Toronto), and McGill University (Montreal), and he was a co-curator of the travelling exhibition “Living Spaces: 21 Contemporary Canadian Homes” (Cambridge Galleries, 2004). His research into the overlapping histories of architecture, medicine, and computation has been published in Social Science & Medicine, Scientia Canadensis, Material Culture Review, Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, and Technology & Culture.