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Tara Bissett is an urban and architectural historian from Toronto. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. Tara’s recent research traces the complex and fractured histories of labour and care ethics in architectural history and practice, including the history of women working as architectural educators, architects, planners, and organizers, as well as the transnational histories of émigré women architects. More recently, her work encompasses histories of disability and access; she is leading a project on access and creative practice in architectural design with an Enabling Change grant at the University of Waterloo.