Architecture of First Societies: A Global Perspective (Wiley Press, 2013).
Mark Jarzombek, Vikram Prakash and Francis D.K. Ching, A Global History of Architecture, (New York: Wiley & Sons, August 2006), 800 pages. ... Second edition August 2010.
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Krzysztof Wodiczko, City of Refuge: A 9/11 Memorial Mark Jarzombek and Mechtild Widrich eds. Contributions from John Rajchman, Lisa Saltzman, Kirk Savage, and Andrew Shanken (London, UK: Black Dog Publishing, 2009), 144 pages.
Designing MIT: The Architecture of William Welles Bosworth (Boston: Northeastern University Press, October 2004), 159 pages.
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Urban Heterology: Dresden and the Dialectics of Post-Traumatic History, volume 2 in the Studies in Theoretical and Applied Aesthetics series, (Lund: Lund University, Spring 2001), 92 pages.
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The Psychologizing of Modernity: Art, Architecture and History (Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, 2000), 311 pages.
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On Leon Battista Alberti: His Literary and Aesthetic Theories (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1989), 258 pages.
Articles and Chapters
History of Theory
"The (Trans)formations of Fame," PERSPECTA 37: Famous (2005): 11-17.
"The Saturations of Self: Stern's (and Scully's) Role in (Stern's) History," Assemblage: A Critical Journal of Architecture and Design Culture No. 33, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, (1997): 7-21.
"Recognizing Ruskin: Modern Painters and the Refractions of Self", Assemblage: A Critical Journal of Architecture and Design Culture, No. 32, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, (1997): 70-87.
"Ready-Made Traces in the Sand: The Sphinx, The Chimera and Other Discontents in the Practice of Theory," Assemblage: A Critical Journal of Architecture and Design Culture, No. 19 (Spring 1993): 73-95.
Global History Research
"The Power of Red" saturatedspace (an online publication), Oct. 20, 2012, 10 pgs.
With Alfred B. Hwangbo, "Global in a Not-so-Global World"Journal of Architectural Education vol. 64, issue 2, March 2011, pp 59-65
"Art History and its Architectural Aporia", in Art and Globalization, edited by James Elkins, Alice S. Kim and Shivka Valiavicharska (University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2010), pp. 188-194.
"Lalibela and Libanos, The King and the Hydro-Engineer of 13th Century Ethiopia, A Connection to India?" in Cities of Change: Addis Ababa, Edited by Marc Angélil and Dirk Hebel (Zurich: Birkhauser, 2009) pp.76-79
"Horse Shrines in Tamil India: Reflections on Modernity" in Future Anterior, Vol 6, # 1 (Summer 2009), pp 18-36.
Articles and Chapters
"Dialectics of Death in the Civilian Era: Hans van Houwelingen's Sluipweg" Future Anterior Vol 8 no. 2, Winter 2011, pp 12-19.
"ARUPtocracy and the Myth of a Sustainable Future" Thresholds 38, 2011, pp 64-65.
"The State of Theory" in Architecture and Theory: Production and Reflection, Luise King editor. (Hamburg, Germany: Junius Verlag, 2009): 262-273.
"The Civilian and the Crisis of the Utopian Monument" in Krzysztof Wodiczko, City of Refuge: A 9/11 Memorial Mark Jarzombek and Mechtild Widrich eds. (London, UK: Black Dog Publishing, 2009): 61-66.
"Architecture: A Failed Discipline," Volume 19, 2009, pp 42-45.
"Fasil Giorghis, Ethiopia and the borderland of the architectural avant-garde," Construction Ahead (May-Aug 2008): 38-42.
"I Am an Architectural Historian," Positions (Issue 0, Fall 2008), pp 58-61.
"A Green Masterplan is Still a Masterplan," in Urban Transformation, Ilka and Andreas Ruby eds.(Berlin: Ruby Press, 2008): 22-29.
"Un-Messy Realism and the Decline of the Architectural Mind,” Perspecta, Vol. 40, Monster (2008), pp. 82-85
"The Cunning of Architecture's Reason," Footprint (#1, Autumn 2007), pp. 31- 46.
"The Post-traumatic Turn and the Art of Walid Ra'ad and Krzystof Wodiczko: From Theory to Trope and Beyond" in Trauma and Visuality in Modernity, Saltzman, Lisa and Eric Rosenberg, editors (Lebanon, NH: Dartmouth College Press/University Press of New England, 2006)
"Disciplinary Effects: An Anti-Pragmatic Manifesto" Volume 3, 2006, pp 158.
"Sights of Contention" posted on Appendx: Culture/Theory/Praxis, published and distributed annually by APPX.
"Haacke's Condensation Cube: The Machine in the Box and the Travails of Architecture," Thresholds 30: Microcosms (Summer 2005): 99-103.
"Sustainability - Architecture: between Fuzzy Systems and Wicked Problems," Blueprints 21/1 (Winter 2003), pp. 6-9. or Turkish translation: "Surdurulebilir Mimarlik: Donuk Sistemlerle Habis Sorunlar Arasinda," Arredamento Mimarl?k, (Journal of Design Culture) no. 100+56 (March 2003): 38-39. also printed in English: "Sustainability, Architecture, and "Nature" Between Fuzzy Systems and Wicked Problems" Thresholds 26: denatured (Spring 2003): 54-56.
"Critical or Post-critical?," Architectural Theory Review 7/1 (April, 2002): 149-151.
"Bernhard Hoesli Collages/Civitas," in Bernhard Hoesli: Collages, exh. cat. , Christina Betanzos Pint, editor (Knoxville: University of Tennessee, September 2001), 3-11.
"Dresden's New Synagogue and the Problematics of Bauen," Il Progetto 7 (Spring 2001): 287-33; Thresholds 20: Be-longing (Spring 2000): 20-25.
"Molecules, Money and Design: The Question of Sustainability's Role in Architectural Academe," Thresholds 18: Design & Money (Spring 1999): 32-38.
"The Mapplethorpe Trial and the Paradox of Its Formalist and Liberal Defense: Signts of Contention"Apendx 2, 1994, pp 59-79.
Articles and Chapters
"The Alternative Firmitas of Maurice Smith," A Second Modernism: MIT, Architecture, and the 'Techno-Social Moment, Edited by Arindam Dutta (SA+P Press, Cambridge MA), 2013, pp. 553-573.
"Corridor Spaces" in Critical Theory vol 36, no. 4, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Summer 2010), pp 728-770.
"Working Out Johnson's Role in History" in Philip Johnson. The Constancy of Change (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009)
"Disguised Visibilities: Dresden/"Dresden,"" Log (issue #6, Fall 2005): 73-82.
"Disguised Visibilities: Dresden/"Dresden," in Memory and Architecture, Edited by Eleni Bastea (University of New Mexico Press, November 2004)
"Joseph August Lux: Werkbund Promoter, Historian of a Lost Modernity,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 63/2 (June 2004): 202-219.
"Framing the Museum," in Museum der Moderne Salzburg [Museum of Modern Art Salzburg], Jury: Luigi Snozzi, Friedrich Achleitner, Hermann Czech, et. al. (Salzburg: Verlag Anton Pustet, May 2004).
"Joseph August Lux: Theorizing Early Amateur Photography - in Search of a Catholic Something,'" Centropa, Journal of European Architecture and Art 4/1 (January 2004): 80-87.
"The Discourses of a Bourgeois Utopia, 1904-1908, and the Founding of the Werkbund," in Imagining Modern German Culture: 1889-1910, François Forster-Hahn, editor (University Press of New England, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1996), 127-145.
""Good-Life Modernism" and Beyond. The American House in the 1950s and 1960s: A Commentary," The Cornell Journal of Architecture (Fall 1990): 76-93.
"A Prolegomena to Critical Historiography," Journal of Architectural Education 52/4 (May 1999): 197-206.
"The Disciplinary Dislocations of (Architectural) History," The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (Winter 1999): 488-493.
"Meditations on the Impossibility of a History of Modernity: Seeing Beyond Art's History," in The Education of the Architect: Historiography, Urbanism and the Growth of Architectural Knowledge, Martha Pollak, editor (Cambridge, Massachusetts; London, England: The MIT Press, 1997 Massachusetts Institute of Technology), 195-216.
"The Structural Problematic of Leon Battista Alberti's De pictura," Renaissance Studies 4/3 (September 1990): 273-285.
"Pilaster Play," Thresholds 28: concerto barocco (Winter 2005): 34-41.
"Das Enigma von Leon Battista Albertis dissimulatio," in Theorie der Praxis: Leon Battista Alberti als Humanist und Theoritker der bildenden Künste, editors Kurt W. Forster and Hubert Locher (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1999), p. 203-216.
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