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Job title:

Lecturer in Landscape Architecture


2.21, Evolution House


Tiffany Kaewen Dang is a Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at the University of Edinburgh. Her research interests lie at the intersection of landscape, settler colonialism, and decoloniality. Tiffany was born and raised in the Canadian prairies on Treaty 6 territory. She pursued her PhD at the University of Cambridge, an MLA at Harvard University, and BA in Architecture at the University of Toronto.


Tiffany teaches courses in the landscape architecture and architecture programs at ESALA.


Drawing from her interdisciplinary background in landscape architecture, geography, and architecture, Tiffany's research works in the overlapping academic space between landscape studies, settler colonialism, urban theory, and posthumanism.

Selected publications:

Dang, Tiffany Kaewen. (2024 - in press). The Inscrutable Mire: designing with other-than-human agency, in Reclaiming Colonial Architecture edited by Tania Sengupta and Stuart King. RIBA Publishing.

Dang, Tiffany Kaewen. (2023). Decolonizing Landscape, in Landscape with(out) Locus edited by Eva Leitolf and Giulia Cordin. Nero Editions, 87-101.

Dang, Tiffany Kaewen. (2021). Decolonizing Landscape, Landscape Research 46(7), 1004-1016. DOI: 10.1080/01426397.2021.1935820

Dang, Tiffany Kaewen. (2021). Grids and Parks: Two Sides of an Extractive World-view, Scapegoat: Architecture / Landscape / Political Economy 12/13 “c\a\n\a\d\a: delineating nation state capitalism” edited by David Fortin and Adrian Blackwell.

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