Hybrid Modernities: Architecture and Representation at the 1931 International Colonial Exposition in Paris, (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2000; Japanese edition, Brücke, 2002)

(editor) Mary-Ann Ray and Robert Mangurian, Wrapper or 40 possible city surfaces for the Museum of Jurassic Technology, introduced and edited by Pat Morton (Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and William Stout, 2000)

Paying for the Public Life (in progress)

RECENT Articles and Book Chapters

“Unsettling the Sea Ranch” in Discussions, Washington University, St. Louis (Yale University Press, forthcoming)

“Norma Merrick Slarek,” Bloomsbury Global Encyclopaedia of Women in Architecture, 1960-2015 (Bloomsbury Publishing, forthcoming)

“Public Life and Public Housing: Charles Moore’s Church Street South” in Architecture and The Housing Question, Juliana Maxim and Can Bilsel, eds. (Routledge, 2022)

“Decolonizing the ACHAC Collection” in Visualizing Empire: Africa, France, and the Politics of Representation, Dominic Thomas, Steven Nelson and Rebecca Peabody, eds. (Getty Research Institute, 2021)

“Territoriality and Surveillance: Defensible Space and Low-Rise Public Housing Design, 1966-1976,” Amerikastudien/American Studies (Journal of the German Association for American Studies) , vol. 65, n. 2 (2020)

“Camp Ugliness” in Architecture and Ugliness: Anti-Aesthetics in Postmodern Architecture, Wouter Van Acker and Thomas Mical, eds. (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020)

“Herbert Gans, Displacement and the Real Estate State,” PLATFORM, August 2019

“The Sea Ranch,” SAH Archipedia,

“Charles Moore’s Perspecta Essays: Toward Postmodern Eclecticism” in Mediated Messages: Periodicals, Exhibitions, and the Shaping of Postmodern Architecture, Véronique Patteeuw and Léa-Catherine Szacka, eds. (London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018)

“Norma Sklarek” and “Verna Cook Salomonsky Shipway,” in Pioneering Women of American Architecture, Beverly Willis Foundation (2018)

“Postwar Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture in Inland Southern California: From Mission Inn to Taco Bell,” in Myth and Mirage: Inland Southern California, Birthplace of the Spanish Colonial Revival, Getty Pacific Standard Time LA/LA Initiative (Riverside Museum of Art, 2017)

“Neither Nor,” in Colquhounery: Alan Colquhoun, From Bricolage to Myth (London: Architectural Association, 2015)

“A Tale of Two Venices,” in A Confederacy of Heretics: The Architecture Gallery, Venice, 1979, (Los Angeles: Southern California Institute of Architecture, 2013)

“Kitsch and Postmodern Architecture: Charles Moore’s Piazza d’Italia,” in Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990, Glenn Adams and Jane Pavitt, editors, (London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 2011)

“The Uses and Abuses of Human Geography: Difference and Space at French World’s Fairs,” Journal of Architecture vol. 16, n. 6 (December 2011)

“Discomfort: The Arts Building at UC Riverside,” Surface Tension 4 (2010)

“Asking Questions,”in Architecture from the Outside In, essays by and in honor of Robert Gutman (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010)

“The 1990s: A Theoretical Post Mortem,” with Paulette Singley, ArcCA vol. 8, no. 1 (2008), 27-29.

“The Afterlife of Buildings: Architecture and Walter Benjamin’s Theory of History” in Rethinking Architectural Historiography, Dana Arnold, Elvan Altan Ergut, and Belgin Turan Ozkaya, eds. (Routledge, 2006)