Gerardo Sandoval, “Planning the Barrio: Ethnic Identity and Struggles over Transit-Oriented, Development-Induced GentrificationJournal of Planning Education and Research (2018).

Christoph Lindner and Miriam Meisnner (eds), The Routledge Companion to Urban Imaginaries (Routledge, 2019)

Jenny Lin, Above Sea: Contemporary Art, Urban Culture, and the Fashioning of Global Shanghai (Manchester: Manchester University Press, forthcoming 2018)

Christoph Lindner, “Ghost Cities and Ruin Lust,” Oxford Urbanists Magazine, May 2018.

Kate Mondloch, A Capsule Aesthetic: Feminist Materialisms in New Media Art (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2017)

Jenny Lin, “Squatting in Non-Spaces: Queering Art and Identity in Global China’s Guangzhou,” in Participatory Urbanisms, eds. Karin Shankar and Kirsten Larson (Berkeley, CA: UC Berkeley and the Global Urban Humanities Initiative, 2015), 255-262

John Arndt and Wonhee Arndt, Furnishing Utopia: Shaker Design Reinterpreted (International collaboration and design project)

Joyce Suechun Cheng, “Paris Dada and the Transfiguration of Boredom,”
Modernism/Modernity 24.3 (2017)

Christoph Lindner and Miriam Meissner, “Slow Art in the Creative City: Amsterdam, Street Photography, and Urban Renewal,” Space and Culture 18.1 (2015): 4-24

Jenny Lin, Picturing Global China (Exhibition catalogue, University of Oregon White Box, 2016)

Jacques Abelman, “Cultivating the City: Infrastructures of Abundance in Urban Brazil,” Future of Food: Journal on Food, Agriculture and Society, 3.1 (2015): 99-106

Christoph Lindner, “Retro-Walking New York,” in Deconstructing the High Line: Postindustrial Urbanism and the Rise of the Elevated Park, eds Christoph Lindner and Brian Rosa (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2017), 92-105

Kate Mondloch, “Installation Archive: A Capsule Aesthetic,” Scalar multimedia publication (USC Institute for Networking Visual Culture), Fall 2017

Christoph Lindner and Shirley Jordan (eds), Cities Interrupted: Visual Culture and Urban Space (London: Bloomsbury, 2016)

Studio Gorm (John Arndt and Wonhee Arndt), “A Study on Sitting” (Public seating project for Madang Museum Festival, Museum of Modern Art and Design, Seoul, Korea.