As part of our responsibilities to the University of Kansas, we disseminate work in scholarly venues, to share ideas and lessons learned through the work. (Though some of these pre-date the formation of Dotte Agency, the learning that took place in those earlier projects has been instrumental in shaping Dotte Agency’s conception, mission and way of operating.)
Criss, S, Shaping New Forms of Citizenry through Community Co-Creation and Participatory Design Processes. Proceedings from 106th Annual National Conference: The Ethical Imperative (2018) (1.1mb PDF)
Gore, N. Re-conceiving Professionalism in the 21st Century. (book chapter) In Karim, F. and F. Ferdous, ed. The Routledge Companion of Architecture and Social Engagement. (Routledge, 2018)
Criss, S. and M. Kleinmann, Dotte Agency: A Participatory Design Model for Community Health. The Plan Journal, 1(2), 213-237 (2016) Peer-reviewed (1.7mb PDF)
Criss, S. and N. Gore, Taking “Engagement” Seriously: Mobilizing Community for Better Parks and Public Health. in Ferdous, F. and B. Bell Ed. All-Inclusive Engagement in Architecture. Routledge, NY (2018) In-Press. (1.4mb PDF)
Criss, S. and P. Sanguinetti, N. Gore, J. Schultz, T. Luppino, P. Rao, D. Dinakarpandian and A.M. Marciarille, Connecting Communities and Promoting Health with Smart Participatory Parks. Exhibit at the 2017 Smart Cities Connect Conference (2017). (1.1mb PDF)
Criss, S. and N. Gore, Embracing Uncertainty: Community Designbuild. in Kraus, C. Ed. Designbuild Education in North America. Routledge, NY (2017), (1.3mb PDF)
Criss, S., M. Kleinmann & N. Nollen, Access to Healthy Food and Neighborhood Walkability: Insights through Inter-Professional Curricula, AIA/ACSA Health + Design Consortium (2016), (5.8mb PDF)
Criss, S. &. N. Gore, Mobilizing for Better Health through Prototyping Park Infrastructure. Proceedings for Building for Health and Well-Being Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii (2016) (2.8mb PDF)
Johnson, B., & N. Gore. What do the Professions “Profess”? Comparing Architecture and Planning Codes of Ethics. The Architectural Science Review (2016)
Gore, N. Live Projects at Mid-Century: a Pre-history. In Harriss, H. and Widder, L. Architecture Live Projects: Pedagogy Into Practice. (Routledge, 2014)
Criss, S., B. Bell and D. Ortenberg, Value Proposition to Universities. Proceedings for 102nd ACSA National Conference: Globalizing Architecture/Flows and Disruptions (2014), Peer-reviewed.
Criss, S. and N. Gore, Architecture as Acupuncture. Public: A Journal of Imagining America. Vol. 2 #2 (2014)
Mayo, J. and N. Gore. Confronting the Terrain of Politics in Architectural Practice: Assessing Strengths and Weaknesses. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 30, no. 3 (2013)
Corser, R. and N. Gore. 2008 Rebuilding for the Seventh Ward’s Cultural Life. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research (HUD ) Vol. 10, Number 3: 159-165.
Corser, R. and N. Gore. 2009 Insurgent Architecture: An Alternative Approach to Design-Build. Journal of Architectural Education 62, no. 4: 32-39
Corser, R. and N. Gore. 2008. Insurgent Architecture in the Seventh Ward. Batture: Amnesiascope. Louisiana State University. Vol. 4: 4-11.
Corser, R. and N. Gore. 2008. Long Distance Design-Build: Learning from the Challenges of Helping to Rebuild a Sustainable Community in New Orleans’ 7th Ward. Proceedings from the 96th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.
Criss, S. Working with Contradiction. Proceedings from the 95th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). (2007)
Criss, S. Recycling the Margins. OZ Journal: Beyond Aesthetics, 20-23 (2006) (5.8mb PDF)
Gore, N. 2006. A Pedagogical Strategy for Designing and Building Architecture. Proceedings of the 21st National Conference on the Beginning Design Student.
Criss, S. Public Space Making in Okolona, Mississippi. in Bell, B Ed. Good Deeds, Good Design, Community Service Through Architecture. New York: Princeton Architectural Press (2005)
Criss, S. and D. Perkes. Working Space: Notes on Design Studio Work in the Public Realm. Proceedings from the 86th ACSA National Conference: Constructing Identities (1998)y