I have two chapters in the book Space Unveiled: Invisible Cultures in the Design Studio, edited by Carla Bell (Routledge). The first, co-authored with Dr. Bell, proposes strategies for teaching culturally responsive design by creating communities of practice. The second is an interpretative history of student brick making at the Tuskegee Institute.
I have an article co-written with my wife Jessica entitled “Dispatches from the Front: The Life and Writings of Ralph J. Gleason,” a critical biography of the co-founder of Rolling Stone magazine, in the journal Rock Music Studies. We are currently working on a proposal for a book-length biography of Gleason.
I have presented papers at the National Conference on the Beginning Design Student and at national and international annual meetings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). In these I developed the initial ideas about studio pedagogy, architectural technology and culturally responsive design which were more fully developed in my latter publications.