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Quaker Perspectives in Higher Education (Pending Book Publication 2014)

Article: “The Morphing of America’s Liberal Arts Colleges.”


Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association 24th Annual Conference, 2013

“The Austin House: The First Post-Modern Incarnation”

Atlantic City, NJ


Third International Conference on Food Studies. 2013

“The Swift Factory Farm: An Architectural Laboratory for Urban Revitalization”

University of Texas, Austin, Texas


University of Hartford Fall Lecture Series, 2013.

"30 Slide Challenge"

Hartford, Connecticut


The Southeast Society of Architectural Historians Conference, 2013.

“Richard Morris Hunt and the Howland Library: A Little Bit of Everything and Nothing,”

North Carolina State University


11th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, 2013

“The Educational Opportunities Afforded Afghan Women”

Budapest, Hungry


Policy Roundtable to Discuss Public Act No. 12-40

An Act Concerning College Readiness and Completion

Participant: University of Hartford, July 2013


The International Journal of Islamic Architecture, April 2013.

“Reconstructing Afghanistan: An Architecture Curriculum for a “New Way of Life.” (Peer-reviewed)


The Quaker Journal of Higher Education, March 2013.

“The Morphing of America’s Liberal Arts Colleges.” (Peer-reviewed)


49th International Making Cities Livable Conference, 2012.

"Revisiting the Five Points Partnership: Measuring the Success of Citizen Sponsored Revitalization,"

Portland, OR


49th International Making Cities Livable Conference, 2012.

Workshop Facilitator: "Empowering Community Engagement,"

Portland, OR


10th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, 2012

“Reconstructing Afghanistan: An Architecture Curriculum for a “New Way of Life,”

Montreal, Canada


American Collegiate Schools of Architecture Conference, 2011.

“A View over the Wall: Post Modernism in Herat, Afghanistan,”

Houston, TX


16th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, 2011

“Weaving Walls: An Alternate Narrative of the Essence of Architecture,”

Omaha, Nebraska


University of Hartford Fall Lecture Series: 2009

"A View Over The Wall: Exploring Stylistic Pluralism in Herat Afghanistan,"

Hartford, Connecticut


The American Collegiate Schools of Architecture Southwest Conference, 2009.

“The Real, the Fabricated, & the Fake: Creating an Architectural Identity for Coastal Virginia,”

Albuquerque, NM


The Southeast Society of Architectural Historians Conference, 2009.

“Hampton Institute: An Architectural laboratory for Richard Morris Hunt,”

Mississippi State University


8th International Architecture Conference- Cairo, Egypt 2010.

Architecture & Built Environment Contemporary Issues.

“New Urbanism: Not New, Not Urban, and Not Sustainable”

(Paper Abstract accepted but could not present due to lack of funding)


Hampton University: Urban Institute, Fair Housing initiative.

National Fair Housing Training Conference and Housing Policy Summit, 2004

Washington, D.C.


The International Making Cities Livable Conference, 2003.

“A Positive Vision for Young People.”

Santa Fe, NM


Housing Issues and the African American Community.

DuBois Institute, Atlanta, Georgia. 2003

Editor, Jeffrey Williams


The International Making Cities Livable Conference, 2002.

“Knowing Your Neighborhood: HU Architectural Summer Day Camp.”

St. Augustine, FL


12th Annual Building Virginia Conference, 1999

Virginia Society of American Institute of Architects: Continuing Education Seminar,

“From the City Beautiful to Edge City: Prototypes of New Urbanism,” Richmond, VA


The International Making Cities Livable Conference, 1999.

"Historic Anomaly or Urban Prot-type: Hilton Village, Newport News, Virginia"


Southeastern Collage Art Conference, 1999.

"Internationalizing the Curriculum,” Paper presenter & Panel Participant,

Norfolk, VA


World Conference on Model Cities, Singapore, 1999.

(Paper accepted, but could not present in person due to lack of funding)

Singapore


The Southeast Society of Architectural Historians Conference, 1999.

“Hampton University: A Design Laboratory for Richard Morris Hunt.”


16th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, 1999.

“Academic Exercise: The Definition of Space.”

Las Vegas, NV


ACSA West Central Regional Conference, 1998.

"The Search for a New Way Home: The five Point Partnership, Norview Virginia"


The International Making Cities Livable Conference, 1998.

"THE FIVE POINTS PARTNERSHIP, NORVIEW VIRGINIA

Citizenship and the Revitalization of an Urban Community,"

Carmel, CA


The Southeast Society of Architectural Historians Conference, 1997

“Hampton Normal & Agricultural Institute: An ideological State Apparatus for the

Repatriation of Newly Freed Slaves.”


Critterplatz: The Further Adventures of the Rolly Polly Pumpkin (Children's Book)

Editor: Written By Josette Kane, 1997. (National Publisher Interested in Series)


The Rolly Polly Pumpkin Tours Bethlehem (Children's Book)

Editor: Written By Josette Kane, 1994, 1997. (National Publisher Interested in Series)


Critical Urbanism

Editor, Brigette Knowles, 1995.

"Isolated or Integrated:  The difference Between an Architecture Dominated by

Formal Oppositions or Methods of Synthesis,." Philadelphia, PA


The Urban Scene and the History of the Future

Managing Editor, Karen Eldridge, 1994.

"Isolated or Integrated: The difference Between an Architecture Dominated by

Formal Oppositions or Methods of Synthesis."


Architecture: The Act/Art of Building

Editor, J. Patrick Rand, 1993.


"Falsification vs. Fabrication": The Difference between Historic Imitation & Historic Innovation.

ACSA/EAAE International Conference, Prague Czech Republic, 1993. (Presentation)

Beginnings in Architectural Education Programs, (Publication)

Managing Editor, Karen Eldridge, 1993. 'First year at Southern Tech: An Integrated Approach'

Braddock Carnegie Free Library Reuse Assessments:


Issues, Concerns, and Recommendations.

Jay Garrott, 1984.    Project Design and Reuse Strategy


Design Guidelines: Community Based Residential Intermediate

Care Facilities for the Mentally Retarded.

Jay Garrott/Peter Burgess, 1984.