Race and Modern Architecture, edited by Irene Cheng, Charles Davis and Mabel O. Wilson, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2020.
“Race, Reason and the Architecture of Jefferson’s Virginia Statehouse,” Thomas Jefferson Architect: Palladian Models, Democratic Principles, and the Conflict of Ideals, edited by Lloyd De Witt with Corey Piper, Norfolk: Chrysler Museum / New Haven: Yale University Press, 2019.
“White by Design,” Among Others: Blackness at MoMA, edited by Darby English and Charlotte Barat, New York: Museum of Modern Art Press, 2019.
“History’s Worth of Fictions: On Kara Walkers’s ‘Event Horizon,’”I Stand in My Place, with My Own Day Here: Site Specific Works from the New School Art Collection, edited by Francis Richards, Silvia Rocciola and Lydia Matthews, New York: Parsons the New School, New School Press, 2019.
“The Cartography of Du Bois’s Color-line,” Du Bois and Data Visualization, edited by Britt Rusert and Whitney Battle-Baptiste, New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2018.
“Home Schooled - Lessons on the Private and Public Spaces of Blackness” in Theaster Gates: How to Build a House Museum, Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 2018.
“Rosenwald School: Lessons in Progressive Education,” Unpacking the Archive: Frank Lloyd Wright at 150 edited by Barry Bergdoll and Jennifer Gray, New York: Museum of Modern Art Books, 2017.
“Public Service,” OfficeUs Manual, edited by Eva Franch, Ana Miljački, Carlos Minquez Carrasco, Jacob Reidel and Ashley Schafer, New York: Lars Müller Publishers and Storefront for Art and Architecture, 2017.
“Rendering the Labor Invisible: The Architecture of the Guggenheim’s Global Network” in The Next Helsinki, edited by Michael Sorkin and Andrew Ross, New York: OR Books, 2017.
Begin with the Past: The Building of the National African American Museum of History and Culture, Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Books, 2016.
“Provisional Demos: Spatial Agency of Tent Cities,” in Borders Elsewhere, Oslo: Oslo Biennale and Lars Muller, 2016.
“Collecting Publics: The Spatial Politics of Dorchester Projects” in Entry Points - The Vera List Center Manual on Art and Social Justice, No. 1, edited by Carin Kuoni, New York: Parsons the New School/Durham: Duke University Press, 2015.
“Other Monumentalities” in David Adjaye: Form, Heft, Material, edited by Okwui Enwezor and Zoe Ryan, Munich and Chicago: Haus der Kunst and Art Institute of Chicago, 2015.
“Urgent Matters of Architecture” in Urgencies of Theory, ed. Mark Wigley and James D. Graham, New York: GSAPP Books, 2015.
“Mingling in a Curious and Uncanny Manner” in Group Efforts: Changing Public Space, ed. Gavin Browning, New York: GSAPP Books.
“Working Globally: The Human Networks of Transnational Architectural Projects” with Jordan Carver and Kadambari Baxi, Architecture and Labor, edited by Peggy Deamer. London: Bloomsbury, 2015.
“Who Builds Your Architecture—An Advocacy Project” with Jordan Carver and Kadambari Baxi, Gulf Labor, edited by Andrew Ross. New York: OR Books, 2015.
“Image City Spectacles: Imagining a World Class African City” with Mario Gooden. in Entr’ acte: Performing Publics, Media and Architecture, edited by Jordan Geiger, series “Avante Gardes in Performance/Radical Acts” co-edited Sarah Bay-Cheng and Martin Harries, London: Palgrave, 2015.
“Inside Out: Three Black Women’s Perspectives on Architectural Education in the Ivory Tower” with J. Yolande Daniels and Felecia Davis, Space Unveiled: Invisible Cultures in the Design Studio, London: Routledge, 2014.
“Re-visioning Cabrini Green”, in Rethinking the American City: An International Dialogue, edited by Klaus Benisch and Miles Orville, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013.
Negro Building: Black Americans in the World of Fairs and Museums, Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012.
Columbia GSAPP Associate Professor Mabel O. Wilson (M.Arch ‘91) speaks with Sharon Sutton (M.Arch '73) about the publication of her new book, When Ivory Towers Were Black, which tells the story of how an unparalleled cohort of ethnic minority students earned degrees from Columbia University’s School of Architecture during a time of fierce struggles to open the ivory tower to ethnic minority students. A book launch and discussion was held at Columbia GSAPP on February 23, 2017.
|Course||Semester||Title||Student Work||Instructor||Syllabus||Requirements & Sequence||Location & Time||Session & Points||Call No.|
Thinking Race, Reading Architecture
|Mabel O. Wilson||PhD Seminar||
300 BUELL SOUTH
TU 2 PM - 4 PM
Advanced Studio V
|Mabel O. Wilson||
600 + 700 AVERY
Questions in Architectural History I
|Mabel O. Wilson||
W 11 AM - 1 PM