In the popular press
“A look back at pioneering Braniff Airlines — and inside the battle to save its Dallas operations center,” culturemap.com (March 2013)
“A Look at Dallas-Fort Worth c. 1976, through the eyes of the late architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable,” culturemap.com (January 2013)
“Judgment Day: Why Architects Compete for Design Awards,” Columns Magazine (AIA Dallas), Spring 2013
“Stay Tuned,” review of Klyde Warren Park, D Magazine, October 2012
“A Modern Revival: The Statler Hilton Downtown,” culturemap.com, December 2012
“Look Up: 5 Architecturally Significant Buildings to Behold,” culturemap.com, November 2012
“Revel in the art and architecture of Fair Park,” culturemap.com, October 2012
“In Search of Public Space,” Columns Magazine (AIA Dallas), Summer/Fall 2012
In the academic press
The Architecture of Telecommunication: Verizon Building [Barclay-Vesey Telephone Building for New York Telephone Company],” in Journal of Architectural Education 67 (Spring 2013): 156-58.
“Historiography of Southern Architecture” and “Resort Architecture,” in New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, vol 21, Art & Architecture. Judith Bonner and Estill Pennington, eds. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2013.
“Beginnings and Endings: Phoebe Stanton on Pugin’s Contrasts.” Review essay, Journal of Architectural Education 66, n.1 (2012): 128-137.
Book review, James F. O’Gorman, In Every Manner of Architectural Style: The Architecture of Henry Austin in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 69, n.2 (June 2010): 282-83.
“Whose City Hall Is It? Architecture and Identity in New Orleans.” Journal of Urban Design 14, n.3 (August 2009): 279-308.
Guest editor, “Unraveling the Textile in Modern Architecture,” special issue of Studies in the Decorative Arts, the journal of the Bard Graduate Center. Editor’s introduction and “Walls as Curtains: Architecture and Humanism in Ralph Walker’s 1920s Skyscrapers,” Studies in the Decorative Arts XVI, n.2 (Spring-Summer 2009): 2-6 and 39-65.
“The Architecture Profession and the Public: Leopold Eidlitz’s ‘Discourses Between Two T-Squares’.” Journal of Architectural Education 61, n.1 (September 2007): 32-43.
“‘Build More and Draw Less’: The AIA and Leopold Eidlitz’s Grand Central School of Architecture.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 65, n.3 (September 2006): 378-401.
Exhibition review, “Adolf Cluss, Architect: From Germany to America,” Charles Sumner School Museum and Archives, Washington, DC, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 65, n. 4 (December 2006): 646-648.
Exhibit consultant, “Ralph Walker: Architect of the Century,” exhibit held 15 March – 30 April, 2012 at Walker Tower, New York.
Guest Curator, HLW at 125. Exhibit held at the New York Center for Architecture, LaGuardia Place, October 20-26, 2010.