“Lean Charrettes.” White paper, Project for Lean Urbanism. Center for Advanced Transect Studies.
“Le Corbusier’s Eye and the Vanishing Point of Modernity.” In Lucien Steil (ed.), The Architectural Capriccio. Memory, Fantasy, Invention. Ashgate Publishing. 2012.
“Community Design Charrettes: An Essential Methodology for Civic Engagement in the Commuity Design Process.“ with Charles Bohl, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, and Andrea Gollin. in Tigran Haas, Ed., Sustainable Urbanism and Beyond: Rethinking Cities for the Future, New York: Rizzoli. 2012.
“Ex Tempore.” Seaside Pienza Institute for Town Building and Land Stewardship. January, 2008.
“Social Housing in Latin America.” With Nikos Salingaros, Michael Mehaffy, Andrés Duany, and Ernesto Philiber-Petit. In Nikos Salingaros, The Future of Cities (Umbau Verlag).
“Beyond the neighborhood: urban design and civic renewal.” Tigran Haas (ed.), New Urbanism and Beyond. The Future of Urban Design. New York: Rizzoli, 2008.
“Democracy and urban design: the transect as civic renewal.” Places 18:1.
“Engaging Citizens in Planning.” Forthcoming in The NCI Charrette Handbook (American Planning Association).
“From traditional neighborhoods to sustainable regions: three counties respond to sprawl.” Guidebook to New Urbanism in Florida. Florida Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism.
“Re-forming the urban edge: more than just a beautiful view.” The Seaside Pienza Institute 2005.
Review of Mike Carr, Bioregionalism and Civil Society: Democratic Challenges to Corporate Globalism. Journal of Planning Literature. November 2005.
“Rebuilding Great Places.” With Emily Talen. Rebuilding the Gulf Coast. Pre-charrette paper produced for the Governors Commission on Recovery, Rebuilding and Renewal, Miississippi Renewal Forum, October, 2005.
“From Good Neighborhoods to Sustainable Cities: Social Science and the Social Agenda of the New Urbanism.” International Regional Science Review. Special issue edited by Gerrett Knaap and Emily Talen (April 2005).
“Regulating as if Humans Matter: The Transect and Post-Suburban Planning.” Co-Authored with Andrés Duany. Ben-Joseph, Eran, and Terry S. Szold, eds. 2004. Regulating Place: Standards and the Shaping of Urban America. New York: Routledge.
“From Windsor to Viseu: Reflections on Architectural Education.” Pp. 421-433 in Stephanie Bothwell, Andrés Duany, Peter Hetzel, Stephen Hurtt, and Dhiru Thadani (eds.). The Windsor Forum on Design Education. (Miami: New Urban Press, 2004).
“The Place of Research.” Places. A Forum for Environmental Design. (16,1), October, 2004.
“Introduction,” A Guidebook to New Urbanism in Florida. Published by the Catanese Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions, Florida Atlantic University, and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 2002.
“Critique of King Farm,” Council Report I: Case Studies of New Urban Towns (October 2001). Sponsored by the Congress for the New Urbanism and the Knight Program in Community Building, University of Miami.
“La naissance d’une discipline moderne du projet aux Etats-Unis.” Pp. 95-107 in Metiers, Les Cahiers de la recherche architecturale. November, 1999.
“From public housing to private communities: the discipline of design and the materialization of the public/private distinction in the built environment.” Pp. 237-267 in J. Weintraub and K. Kumar (eds.), The Theory and Politics of the Public Private Distinction (University of Chicago Press, 1997).
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