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  • Rutt, Candace D., Brian L. Cole, Riti Shimkhada, Nicholas Maricich, Larissa Roux, Teri Yanagawa, Linda West, Michael Gamble, Jude LeBlanc, Ross Brownson, Jonathan Fielding and Michael Pratt. (2015). Chapter 2, “A Case Study Examining the Applicability of Using Health Impact Assessment to Evaluate a Greyfield Redevelopment Project in Atlanta, GA”. In Carl E. Robinson (Ed.), Health Impact Assessments: Procedures Technologies and Outcomes (pp. 21-50). New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

  • “New Orleans Studio; The Lower Ninth Ward”, (in)forma arquitectura upr, (Journal of Escuela de Arquitectura-Universidad de Puerto Rico), Anna Georas, 2010.  Selected work from the studios of four schools that collaborated on proposals for urban and architectural projects sited in the Lower Fourth Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana. Prototype Infill Housing for Holy Cross, by Taylor Smith and Hrach Burtoyan, was included from the Georgia Tech studio. 

  • Book Chapter, several past ACSA national Design Award Projects (made in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc), included in, The Green Braid—Towards an Architecture of Ecology, Economy and Equity, Rutledge, May 30, 2007, Tanzer, Kim, and Rafael Longoria, editors, ISBN-10:0415415004, ISBN-13: 978-0415415002.

  • “Baton Rouge Cemetery”, Chapter in South, 2005.

  • Progressive Architecture Awards Citation, Two Scupper Houses, or The Shotgun and Dogtrot House, Revisited, in association with Brian D. Andrews, in Architecture, April 1999.  Recognition of international cross-section of design work.  

  • "Origlio/Vanderbilt Apartment", in Empowered Spaces—Small Houses and Apartments, Dillan Landis, PBC International, distributed by Rizzoli, summer 1996.

  • Chapter in, Retrospection-The Choir of Bandinelli, in association with Professors Christine Smith and George Liaropoulos-Legendre, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 1996

  • "Goldstein Studio/L'atelier en boite", in New Modernism, Carla Breeze, published by PBC, distributed by Rizzolli, 1995.

  • Eighteen Houses, editor, and contributor to the compilation of single-family house designs by architects affiliated with the University of Virginia.  Distributed by Princeton Architectural Press, 1992. 

  • “Two Projects - A Memorial for Women in the Military and a Bridge in Charlottesville”, co-authored with Ellen Dunham-Jones, in Modulus-The Architectural Review at the University of Virginia, Politics, and Architecture, Volume 21, 1991.

  • “Alchemical Transformation: Building into Architecture”, co-authored with Ellen Dunham-Jones, in OZ - Journal of the College of Architecture and Design, The Significance of Number, Kansas State University, Volume 13, 1991.

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