PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES 2020. "From Prophecy to Projection: The New York Metropolitan Region Study and the Rescaling of the Urban Future, 1956–1968," forthcoming in Planning Perspectives 35. 2020. "'This Scene Is Itself Living': Buildings as Landscapes in Transatlantic Human Geography, 1870–1970," forthcoming in History of the Human Sciences 33. 2016. “Diagnosing Suburban Ruin: A Prehistory of Mumford’s Postwar Jeremiad,” Journal of Planning History 15(2): 108–128. 2015. “‘A Town Should Be Built to Make the Whole Thing Work’: Modeling Patterson, City Beautiful of California’s Central Valley,” Journal of Urban History 41(3): 460–478.
CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES 2020. “‘This Scene Is Itself Living’: Human Geography and the Ecologies of Dwelling.” In The Environment Built: Dwelling as Landscape in Twentieth-Century Urbanism, ed. Jeanne Haffner (Routledge, forthcoming).
BOOK REVIEWS 2020. Review of Garage, by Olivia Erlanger and Luis Ortega Govela, in Buildings and Landscapes 27(2): 112–115. 2019. Review of The Sociable City: An American Intellectual Tradition, by Jamin Creed Rowan, in Historical Geography 46: 345–348. 2015. Review of Refrains for Moving Bodies: Experience and Experiment in Affective Spaces, by Derek P. McCormack, in Social & Cultural Geography 16: 998–999. 2014. Review of Civitas by Design: Building Better Communities from the Garden City to the New Urbanism, by Howard Gillette, Jr., in Urban Geography 35: 1105–1106. 2014. Review of Little White Houses: How the Postwar Home Constructed Race, by Dianne Harris, in Cultural Geographies 21: 167–168. 2013. Review of Building a Market: The Rise of the Home Improvement Industry, 1914–1960, by Richard Harris, in Historical Geography 41: 198–200.
MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW "Forgetting the Future Metropolis: History, Inference, and Disavowal at the Harvard–MIT Joint Center for Urban Studies, 1956–1976" (in revisions for Modern Intellectual History). “Landscape, Life, and Things: On Some Unthought Geographies of Georg Simmel."
DISSERTATION 2016. "Suburbs of Last Resort: Landscape, Life, and Ruin on the Edges of San Francisco Bay."
CONFERENCE PAPERS Versions of the above recently delivered to the American Association of Geographers, the Urban History Association, the Society for American City and Regional Planning History, the International Conference of Historical Geographers, the Society for U.S. Intellectual History, and other audiences.