Category Archives: Teaching

Excavating the Armory

http://campuspress.yale.edu/excavatingthearmory/ The New Haven Armory is a neglected landmark on Goffe Street, mostly empty since the 2nd Co. of the Governor’s Foot Guard decamped for Branford in 2009.  The Police Department uses part of the basement for eviction storage.  The

Excavating the Armory

http://campuspress.yale.edu/excavatingthearmory/ The New Haven Armory is a neglected landmark on Goffe Street, mostly empty since the 2nd Co. of the Governor’s Foot Guard decamped for Branford in 2009.  The Police Department uses part of the basement for eviction storage.  The

Historical Wayfinding Signs

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.

Historical Wayfinding Signs

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.

Interactive Crown Street

“Yale Students have a parting gift for Crown Street before they do their summer scoot.  It’s an art exhibit dance party, infused with a fondness for a certain nexus of city nightlife.”  From Jim Shelton’s piece on Interactive Crown Street

Interactive Crown Street

“Yale Students have a parting gift for Crown Street before they do their summer scoot.  It’s an art exhibit dance party, infused with a fondness for a certain nexus of city nightlife.”  From Jim Shelton’s piece on Interactive Crown Street

urban studies event at yale

UPDATE:  We got a nice write-up in the Yale Daily News, check it out:  Urban Planning Democratized. Very excited to host James Rojas in New Haven on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.  I first learned about Mr. Rojas through his essay

urban studies event at yale

UPDATE:  We got a nice write-up in the Yale Daily News, check it out:  Urban Planning Democratized. Very excited to host James Rojas in New Haven on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.  I first learned about Mr. Rojas through his essay

Catch My Drift?

Couldn’t be happier to report that my essay, “Catch My Drift?  Situationist Dérive and Urban Pedagogy” has just been published in the Fall 2012 issue of the Radical History Review, edited by Robyn Autry and Daniel J. Walkowitz, on the theme

Catch My Drift?

Couldn’t be happier to report that my essay, “Catch My Drift?  Situationist Dérive and Urban Pedagogy” has just been published in the Fall 2012 issue of the Radical History Review, edited by Robyn Autry and Daniel J. Walkowitz, on the theme

Landscape Lunch

I’m putting together my thoughts now for a “Landscape Lunch” talk I will be giving at the Yale School of Architecture on Monday, January 30.  I look forward to the opportunity to share my work and research approach with fellow

Landscape Lunch

I’m putting together my thoughts now for a “Landscape Lunch” talk I will be giving at the Yale School of Architecture on Monday, January 30.  I look forward to the opportunity to share my work and research approach with fellow