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Open-Ended City News

The Open-Ended City, David Dillon on Texas Architecture, edited by Kathryn Holliday with a foreword by Robert Decherd and afterword by Stephen Fox

To Be Modern in Texas: Lone Star Avant-Garde

“To Be Modern in Texas: Lone Star Avant-Garde,” in Making Houston Modern: The Architecture and Life of Howard Barnstone (University of Texas Press, 2020)

The Melissa Pierce Project

Kathryn Holliday and Austin Allen, “The Melissa Pierce Project: Assessing the Cultural Landscape of Joppa, Texas and the Trinity River”

Beliefs that Bind

Lily Corral, “Beliefs that Bind,” Columns Magazine

Building Democracy in the Fragmented Metropolis

“Building Democracy in the Fragmented Metropolis,” in the Power issue of AIA Dallas Columns Magazine, Fall 2019, Vol. 37, Issue 2.

Building Democracy

Building Democracy: The City Halls of Dallas-Fort Worth is a student project. Architecture students document and photograph the 200+ city halls of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and create a multimedia urban history of the region.

Storytelling: Jane Landry, FAIA

“Storytelling: Jane Landry, FAIA,” Columns Magazine, the magazine of AIADallas 34, n. 1 (Spring 2017).

Architecture That Speaks

Book Review: Architecture That Speaks: S. C. P. Vosper and Ten Remarkable Buildings at Texas A&M  Southwestern Historical Quarterly October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 2018

The Road to Disinvestment

“The Road to Disinvestment: How Highways Divided and Destroyed Community Connections in Dallas,” Columns Magazine, the magazine of AIADallas 34, n. 1 (Spring 2017), 28-33.

Constructing Houston’s Future

“Constructing Houston’s Future: The Architecture of Arthur Evan Jones and Lloyd Morgan Jones,” Cite Magazine (2017).

The Fort Worth Stockyards deserves local protection

“The Fort Worth Stockyards deserves local protection,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, oped written with Dr. Jacqueline Lambiase, 17 December 2015.

In Search of the Numinous

“In Search of the Numinous,” 20 October 2015

Profile: David Braden, FAIA

“Profile: David Braden, FAIA,” April 2015

Building the Just City

“Building the Just City,” September 2014

Place and the City Biography

“Place and the City Biography: Between the Local and the Universal in the Sun Belt,” Journal of Urban History 40 (July 2014): 792-98.

Gone But Not Forgotten

“Gone But Not Forgotten: The Black Knights of Pythias Temple,” April 2014

Stay Tuned

“Stay Tuned: The Last Word on Klyde Warren Park,” D Magazine, special issue on Klyde Warren Park (October 2012), 84.