In the popular press

Gone But Not Forgotten: William Sidney Pittman’s Black Knights of Pythias Temple,” Remarks delivered at the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the arrival of William Sidney Pittman in Texas, African American Museum, Dallas, 25 April 2014. Posted to the AIA Dallas blog 30 April 2014

Architectural umbrellas: Dallas park pavilions provide impressive shelter from summer sun,” (June 2013)

A look back at pioneering Braniff Airlines — and inside the battle to save its Dallas operations center,” (March 2013)

A Look at Dallas-Fort Worth c. 1976, through the eyes of the late architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable,” (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,”, December 2012

Look Up: 5 Architecturally Significant Buildings to Behold,”, November 2012

Revel in the art and architecture of Fair Park,”, 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, Wayne Craven, Gilded Mansions: Grand Architecture and High Society.  Winterthur Portfolio 46, n.1 (Spring 2012): 107-08.

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.


Guest curator, “New York Times Tower,” for the exhibit “News Paper Spires,” Skyscraper Museum, New York.  Exhibit held February – July 2012.

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.

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