- A House Is Not a Home:
Dreaming about Property in America.
“It is worthwhile to consider how the home’s longstanding hold on American hearts and minds has often served to further stratify wealth, and to separate people based on race, class, and criminality.”
- The Cost of Landscape:
Looking Back at Some of Southern California’s Lawns.
“This cultivated similarity between the country’s coasts framed American identity and citizenship as a force moving westward from Europe to New England before finally reaching California, a narrative that conflated the expansion of American identity with the spread of whiteness and white power.”
- Bergman in ‘68: Envisioning Disaster in Shame.
“Instead of encouraging a retreat into the past, Shame acknowledges how the logic underlying society’s successes also precipitates its failures.”