Journal Articles

"'PhDs Among the Possums': Paul Rudolph's Burroughs Wellcome Headquarters and the Transformation of Laboratory Architecture," Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 80 (1) (2021): 68-84

"Shrounded in Dust: The Unseen Labor of African American Cement Workers," Journal of Architectural Education 74 (2) (2020): 328-331

Book Chapters

"Soft Power, Hard Surface: Concrete Capital and Construction in Vietnam," eds. B. Alex Beasley and Jessica Ann Levy, Capitalism and the American Century: Toward a Global History of Postwar America (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023)

"Black Concrete Power," eds. Lucia Allais, Forrest Meggers, and Michael Faciejew, After Concrete: Materials, Carbon, History (TBD, 2024)

Popular Outlets

"Cement Talks: Ethnography and Labor History," Perspectives Daily, American Historical Association Blog, 2021

“The Way Concrete Goes,” Metropole Blog, Urban History Association. Republished on PLATFORM, a digital forum on buildings, spaces, and landscapes

“Rough, Cold, and Politically Charged: Why do We Love to Hate Concrete?” solicited by Psyche/Aeon, a digital magazine on the human condition

“What’s so Brutal about Brutalism?” Picture This: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Blog

“Material Politics of New York: From the Mafia Concrete Club to ISIS,” solicited by the Gotham Blog of the CUNY Graduate Center

“The Wild All Around: The Environmental Humanities Help Us See Our Own Nature,” Humanities 41 (3), magazine of the National Endowment for the Humanities