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Books and Edited Volumes (peer-reviewed)
Dana Cuff, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Todd Presner, Maite Zubiaurre, and Jonathan Jae-an Crisman, Urban Humanities: New Practices for Reimagining the City (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2020).

Jonathan Crisman and Susan Moffat, eds., “Urban Humanity,” special issue, Boom: A Journal of California 6, no. 3 (Fall 2016). [link]

Jonathan Crisman and Yang Yang, eds., “Urban Humanities: Producing Knowledge on the Megacity,” special issue, Urban China 72 (October 2015). [link]

Jonathan Crisman, ed., Thresholds 40: Socio— (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2012). [link]

Articles and Chapters (peer-reviewed)
Jonathan Crisman and Annette Kim, “Property Outlaws in the Southland: The Potential and Limits of Guerrilla Urbanism in the Cases of Arts Gentrification in Boyle Heights and Street Vending Decriminalization in Los Angeles,” Urban Design International 24, no. 3 (2019). [link]

Jonathan Crisman, “Practicing the Future: Exercises in Immanent Speculation,” Boom: A Journal of California 6, no. 3 (Fall 2016). [link]

Reports
Jonathan Crisman, Protecting Ibasho: The Impact of the Arts and Culture in Little Tokyo (Los Angeles, CA: Sustainable Little Tokyo, 2019). [link]

Jonathan Crisman and Tyler Hiebert, #Vote16: The Current State of Efforts to Lower the Voting Age in the United States (Los Angeles, CA: University of Southern California, 2017). Prepared for Khmer Girls in Action and Liberty Hill Foundation. [link]

Jonathan Crisman, ed., Urban Humanities in the Borderlands: Engaged Scholarship from Mexico City to Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Urban Humanities Initiative, 2016). [link]

Jonathan Crisman, ed., Shin-Shinjuku: New Tokyo, Again (Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Urban Humanities Initiative, 2014). [link]

Eran Ben-Joseph, et al., NexCity: Refigured Urbanism for the New Century (Cambridge, MA: MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, 2012). Prepared for the City of Kiryat Gat, Israel. (Contributing author) [link]

Hashim Sarkis, et al., New Geographies: Proposals for a New York, 2010-2011 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2011). (Contributing author) [link]

Book Reviews
Jonathan Jae-an Crisman, review of Modernism’s Visible Hand: Architecture and Regulation in America, by Michael Osman, Journal of Planning Education and Research (2019). [link]

Jonathan Crisman, “Citizen Jackson,” review of Drawn to Landscape: The Pioneering Work of J. B. Jackson, ed. Janet Mendelsohn and Chris Wilson, The Architect’s Newspaper, April 27, 2016. [link]

Jonathan Crisman, “The Future with Chinese Characteristics,” review of Shanghai Future: Modernity Remade, by Anna Greenspan, City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action 20, no. 4 (2016). [link]

Jonathan Crisman, “Details, Details!,” review of The Architectural Detail, by Edward R. Ford, Los Angeles Review of Books, March 2012. [link]

Other Publications
Jonathan Jae-an Crisman with Newton Harrison, “Swamp Reclamation and the Life Web: An Interview with Newton Harrison,” in Swamps and the New Imagination, ed. Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas (Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2020).

Jonathan Crisman, “How Does Policy Shape Architecture and Community? Notes on Developing Urban Space,” in Sunset Market Plaza: Meditations on Strip Malls in Los Angeles, ed. Shaina Goel and Use All Five (Los Angeles, CA: Use All Five, 2019). [link]

Jonathan Crisman and Yang Yang, “A Pacific Dialogue: Architecture and Urbanism from California to Asia,” in Building As Ever, ed. Cassandra Coblentz (Newport Beach, CA: Orange County Museum of Art and Prestel Publishers, 2017). [link]

Karen Tei Yamashita with Jonathan Crisman and Jason S. Sexton, “A Boom Interview,” Boom: A Journal of California 6, no. 3 (Fall 2016). [link]

Jonathan Crisman and Matthew Gillis, eds., “Interior Urbanism,” special issue, Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, Fall 2016. [link]

Jonathan Crisman, “Magical Dining, Modern Cuisine,” Pidgin 19 (Spring 2015): 205–213. [link]

Jonathan Crisman, “POP-AGANDA! Reading Julius Shulman,” PLAT Journal 2 (Spring 2012): 106–113. [link]

Reinhold Martin and Jonathan Crisman, “Conjuring Utopia’s Ghost,” in Thresholds 40: Socio—, ed. Jonathan Crisman (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2012). [link]

Steve Kurtz and Jonathan Crisman, “On Radiation Burn,” in Thresholds 40: Socio—, ed. Jonathan Crisman (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2012). [link]