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Emilie Banville is a Montréal-based architect currently pursuing a double doctorate in Museology at the Université du Québec à Montréal and in Architectural History and Theory at the Eindhoven University of Technology, where she is a member of the Curatorial Research Collective. Her research focuses on archival practices that challenge knowledge production in the curation of architecture. She is also editorial coordinator for the peer-reviewed magazine Muséologies : Les cahiers d’études supérieures, and secretary of the board of directors of Portrait Sonore, a non-profit cultural organization that produces immersive podcast documentaries about Canadian cities and their urban fabric. She previously worked at the Flanders Architecture Institute as an intern in 2017, and as an architect at Provencher Roy and Martin Vincent architecte (former Atelier Luc Laporte) from 2010 to 2016.