Incomplete By Design: Reconsidering the Death and Life of Pruitt-Igoe / Graduate Housing Studio (biennial publication of Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis) / 2020 (forthcoming)

Review of Taking Possession: The Politics of Memory in a St. Louis Town House, by Heidi Aronson Kolk / The Public Historian 42.2 / May 2020

Mass Housing Legacies: Former Yugoslavia Teaches the Enduring United States / PLATFORM / September 16, 2019

Citizens of Dimensionship / Labour Journal 1 / 2019

How Not What: Anthropocene Landscapes of St. Louis / Forty-Five: A Journal of Outside Research / May 21, 2019

Review of Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving by Caitlin DeSilvey and Conterpreseravtion: Architectural Decay in Berlin Since 1989 by Daniela Sandler / Buildings and Landscapes 25.2 / Fall 2018

The Painful Persistence of Pruitt-Igoe’s Long Goodbye / The Common Reader / September 2018 / written with Heidi Aronson Kolk

An Ecology of Absence: In Conversation With Micah Stanek
PLAT 6 / Spring-Summer 2017

No Landscape Tells But One Story, No History Follows But One Path: Considering Washington Park Cemetery and Narratives of a Divided City / Higher Ground: Honoring Washington Park Cemetery Exhibition Catalog / March 2017

The Landscape of Fragments and Memories: Intangible Heritage on the American Bottom / Charting the American Bottom / June 2016

The International Style in St. Louis Commercial Architecture / DOCOMOMO US / June 2015

After Pruitt-Igoe: An Urban Forest as an Evolving Temporal Landscape / Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes: An International Quarterly 34, n. 1 / January 2014 / written with Nora Wendl

Reinforced Concrete Industrial Architecture in St. Louis / Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, Missouri Valley Chapter 19.2 / Summer 2013

The Auto Club of Missouri’s Proud New Building / Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, Missouri Valley Chapter 18.3 / Fall 2012

Making Parks in the Central City: Envisioning the Gateway Mall, 1907-2010 / Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, Missouri Valley Chapter 17.1A / Spring 2011

Teaching Architectural History: The Public Audience / Society of Architectural Historians Pedagogy Blog / 4 March 2011

Joseph Murphy’s Own House Now on National Register / Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, Missouri Valley Chapter 16.3A / Fall 2010

Motels in the City of St. Louis / Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, Missouri Valley Chapter 15.4 / Winter 2009

A Note on the Tornado of 1927 and St. Louis Brickwork / Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, Missouri Valley Chapter 15.1 / Spring 2009

Report on Recent Losses of Louis Sullivan’s Works / Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, Missouri Valley Chapter 13.4 / Winter 2007

Richard Nickel’s Chicago: A Review / Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, Missouri Valley Chapter 13.4 / Winter 2007

Ghosts of the Screen: Remembering the French Village Drive-In / Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, Missouri Valley Chapter 11.3 / Fall 2005

This Is Not a Hypertext, But… / CTheory / September 16, 2003

The Harnessed Channel: How the River Des Peres Became a Sewer / Common Ground 2.1 / Spring 2003

The Third Culture and Disciplinary Science / CTheory / November 26, 2002