Category Archives: Ghost Town
In June I had an opportunity to deliver a webinar on “Coronavirus and the New American Ghost Town” for the Yale Alumni Academy.
Student work from my spring Ghost Town seminar at the Yale School of Architecture cited in this diverse piece on the Oak Street Connector in New Haven.
Giving a talk on Friday 5 December at the Center for American Architecture and Design at the University of Texas School of Architecture – new research on Ghost Town.
The most active settlements in Trinity County, California, are linked by a state highway (SR 299) and anchored by Weaverville, the county seat. Abandoned mining camps were often organized by the creeks that feed the Trinity River, sites of early