2019 (upcoming) “Design as Interface: Case of Rwandan Development Architecture” in
All-Inclusive Engagement in Architecture
ed. by Farhana Ferdous and Bryan Bell. Co-authored with James Setzler.
2018 “The Darker Side of Engagement” in
The Routledge Handbook of Architecture and Social Engagement
ed. by Farhan Karim and Farhana Ferdous (Routledge).
2016 “Fukushima Dark Tourism” in
Planning for Community-Based Disaster Resilience Worldwide: Learning from Case Studies in Six Continents,
ed. by Adenrele Awotona (Routledge).
"'Who, then, has commissioned us?' A Question for Designers in Development,"
“Looking Like Developed: Aesthetics and Ethics in Rwandan Housing Projects,”
Journal of Architectural Education 68:2
Building Modern Africa
“Northern Designers in Africa: A Political Diary of Building a House in Rwanda”
in Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture:
conference proceedings, Miami, FL.
"Tillers of the horizon: Projecting public spaces by women in post-conflict Rwanda"
The Deborah J. Norden Fund Essay.
SLUM Lab, the Africa Issue, “On Membership.”
ETH Zurich. Ed. by Alfredo Brillembourg and Hubert Klumpner. Guest editors Alexis Kalagas and Scott Lloyd.
2014 Food Studies,
“Thick Food – Food Systems in Reconstruction: Beyond the Regional Planning that Created Fukushima,”
Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, 19-32.
2014 “Architecture After Fukushima: Spaces of Bara Bara, Spaces of Reciprocity” in
Monstrous Geographies: Places and Spaces of the Monstrous
ID Press, Oxfordshire, UK.
Ed. by Sarah Montin and Evelyn Tsitas.
“Home Experiments: EarthBag Construction as Teaching Tool in Rwanda,”
American Society for Engineering Education, 121st Annual Conference.
Paper accepted. Not delivered.
Spaces of Everyday Rwanda: The Rwanda Picture Project,
(NY: Standing Stone Books).
People Meet in Architecture: Biennale Architettura 2010
/ La Biennale di Venezia/ Participating Countries/ Collateral Events, Albania, “Tirana Local: Albanian Cultural Delivery Service on Rails.” Ed. by Kazuyo Sejima. With GAC.