Candice Bogdanski MA, PhD (ABD), FSA Scot is a heritage planner at ERA. She holds an MA in Art History (University of Toronto), and is a Doctoral Candidate (ABD) in Art History and Visual Culture (York University). Engaging with medieval architectural history and later heritage interventions, Candice’s thesis uses Nidaros Cathedral (Trondheim, Norway) as a case study to examine the ways in which patronage of medieval architecture establishes a built environment that expresses temporal power. It challenges the concept of centre versus periphery in Scandinavia and the British Isles, and considers the post-humanist role of the North Sea in facilitating the transmission of style, ideas, and skilled masons. Following a decade as a university instructor, Candice initially transitioned to the field of built heritage through her scholarship, and gained civic experience in heritage research and planning at the federal and municipal levels. She is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, and is an intern member of CAHP.
- heritage planner
- CAHP, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
- York University — PhD in Art History and Visual Culture / University of Toronto — Master of Art History
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