Manufacturing a Socialist Modernity: Housing in Czechoslovakia, 1945-1960. Pitt Series in Russian and East European Studies. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011.
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Recent and Forthcoming Publications
"Czech Panelaks are Disappearing, But the Housing Estates Remain" (co-author with Eva Spackova, VSB-Technical University), Architektura & urbanizmus, vol. 46, no. 3-4 (2012): 288-301.
"Infrastructural Thinking: Urban Housing in Former Czechoslovakia from the Stalin Era to EU Accession," in Ed Murphy and Najib Hourani, eds. Proprietary Matters: The Housing Question in High Modernist and Neoliberal Urbanism. London; New York: Ashgate, forthcoming.
"Czechoslovakia's Model Housing Developments: Modern Architecture for the Socialist Future" in Vladimir Kulic, Timothy Parker, and Monica Penick, eds. Sanctioning Modernism: Architecture and the Making of Postwar Identities. Austin: University of Texas Press, forthcoming.
"Zlin and the Invention of the Panel Building." In Company Towns of the Bata Concern. Martin Jemelka and Ondrej Sevecek, eds. Prague: Academy of Sciences, forthcoming.
"Communism and Its Legacies: Architecture in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union" in Elie Haddad and David Rifkind, eds. A Critical History of Contemporary Architecture, 1960-2010. London; New York: Ashgate, forthcoming.
"Bigness of Another Sort: The Challenge of a Mass Housing Inventory in the Czech Republic." Proceedings of the European Architectural History Network/DOCOMOMO International Conference, "Post-1945 Mass Housing in the Socialist Bloc." Carmen Popescu and Miles Glendinning, eds. University of Edinburgh, Scotland, forthcoming.
"Socialism on Display: The Czechoslovak and Yugoslav Pavilions at the 1958 Brussels World's Fair" (co-author with V. Kulic, Florida Atlantic University). In Meet Me At the Fair: A World's Fair Reader. L. Hollengreen, et. al., eds. Pittsburgh: ETC/Carnegie Mellon Press, expected 2012.
Articles, Book Chapters & Proceedings
"Cut and Paste: A Hybrid and Recursive Approach to Beginning Design." Co-authored with Karen Bermann. Proceedings of the First International ReteVitruvio Congress. Bari: Bari Polytechnic University, 2011.
"The Local History of an International Type: The Structural Panel Building in Czechoslovakia," Home Cultures, vol. 7, no.2 (Spring 2010): 217-236.
"Designing for the Socialist Family: The Evolution of Housing Types in Early Postwar Czechoslovakia" in Jill Massino and Shana Penn, eds. Gender Politics and Everyday Life in State Socialist Eastern and Central Europe. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. pp. 151-168.
"The Rainbow Edges: The Legacy of Communist Mass Housing and the Colorful Future of Czech Cities" in P. Clouston, R. Kinoshita Mann, S. Schreiber, eds. Without a Hitch: New Directions in Prefabricated Architecture. Proceedings of the 2008 Northeast Fall Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture at the Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2009. http://scholarworks.umass.edu/wood/2008/
"Stavoprojekt and the Atelier of National Artist Jiri Kroha in the 1950s/ Stavoprojekt a atelier narodniho umelce Jiriho Krohy v 50.letech" in Marcela Macharackova, ed. Jiri Kroha (1893-1974) - Architect, Painter, Designer, Theorist. Brno: Muzeum mesta Brna, 2007.
"Landscape of the Socialist Imagination: Reality and Unreality in the Construction of New Ostrava, Czechoslovakia" in Lars Nilsson, ed. Urban Europe in Comparative Perspective: Papers Presented at the Eighth International Conference on Urban History, Stockholm, 30 August- 2 September 2006, Stockholm, Sweden. CD-ROM. Stockholm: Institute of Urban History, 2007.
"Jiri Kroha Reconsidered", Umeni: Journal of the Institute of Art History, Prague 52, no.5 (2004): 435-444.
Book Review of Emily Gunzburger Makas and Tanja Damljanovic Conley, eds. Capital Cities in the Aftermath of Empire: Planning in Central and Southeastern Europe. For Centropa, vol. 12, no.1 (January 2012): 98-100.
Book Review of Paulina Bren. The Greengrocer and His TV: The Culture of Communism after 1968 Prague Spring. For Journal of Social History, 2011; doi: 10.1093/jsh/shr128.
Book Review of Jaroslav Andel. The New Vision for the New Architecture. For Centropa, vol. 9, no. 1 (January 2009).
Book Review of Colin Davies. The Prefabricated Home. In Design Issues, vol. 24, no. 2 (Spring 2008): 92-93.
Book Review of Ljiljana Blagojevic. Modernism in Serbia: The Elusive
Margins of Belgrade Architecture, 1919-1941.
For HABSBURG, H-net reviews, October 2005. www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=239371139416190
"Manufacturing a Socialist Modernity: The Architecture of Industrialized Housing in Czechoslovakia, 1945-56," Ph.D. Dissertation, Columbia University, Dept. of Architecture, 2008. UMI Dissertation Publishing
"Chipperfield v Americe (Chipperfield in America)," Era21, vol. 7, no. 3 (2007): 10.
Percival Goodman: Architect, Planner, Painter, Teacher. Angela
Giral and Kimberly Elman [Zarecor], eds. New York: Wallach Gallery, 2001.
"The Quest for Community: Percival Goodman and the Design of the Modern American Synagogue" in Percival Goodman: Architect, Planner, Painter, Teacher. Angela Giral and Kimberly Elman [Zarecor], eds. New York: Wallach Gallery, 2001.
"Garden Cities and Company Towns: Tomas Bata and the Formation of Zlin, Czechoslovakia", The Harriman Review 12, no.4 (2000): 25-35. (published as Kimberly J. Elman)