Publications:
Traditional Neighborhood Collapse: History, Topography, and Design in a Small City and their Implications for Sustainable Neighborhoods

The intersection of historical, topographic, and design factors in the depopulation and decline of a low-income townhome complex is analyzed to identify elements of a local sustainable housing strategy.

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Crates, Kegs, and Belonging: Making Places for Identity in a Midwestern Back Alley

I apply de Certeau’s spatial rhetorics to North American urban waste space, and suggest links to critical flows in global vernacular architecture, place making, and performativity of identity.

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