Projections for the Urban Night II (Winter 2021)
Architectural Projections
Projections for the Urban Night I (Winter 2019)
The Resilient School (Winter 2016)
Amal School: A Type School of the Refugee Camp (Winter 2015)
Design Teaching Portfolio of Student Work (Winter 2012 - Fall 2015)

Knowledge Institutions and their Architectural Networks
New Architectures of Spatial Justice
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Minature Worlds

A Global History of Architecture in Urbanism in the Modern Era
Urban Modernity and the Middle East (Spring 2011, Winter 2013)
Modern Istanbul (Fall 2010)

Selected Essays (ARCH 355/251)
The traditional canon of architectural history is built on racial inequalities. Since the 1980s, architectural historians have turned to alternative experiences and case studies of the built environment as “good architecture.” The #BlackLivesMatter movement insists that we see Black lives at the center of architectural thinking.
The Savoy Ballroom: Rejecting Black Exoticism through Community-Driven Design by Clay Moon
Race and Gentrification: Investigating the Racialized History of the Los Angeles Neighbourhood Boyle Heights by Ella Fortney
Cruising on the Collapsing Queer Horizon: Alvin Baltrop’s Pier Photographs by Hassan Saab, Lan Wang
Toys Build Empires, or How Toys Act as Tools of Architectural Colonialism: On the Colonialist Representation of Indigenous Architectures in Playmobil® and Lego® Toys by Hermine Demaël
Strike a Pose: The Importance of Black Queer Spaces in the Late 20th Century by John Vaccaro
The Face of a Nation Divided: Discrimination Immortalized Through the Monticello on the Jefferson Nickel by Sara Cipolla
Carving through Rigid Space: Filipina Domestic Workers at Statue Square, Hong Kong by Zhuofan Chen