By Alumni Artists

  • Johana Londoño A’04 has published a new book titled “Abstract Barrios: The Crises of Latinx Visibility in Cities.” Learn More
  • Paul Villinski A’84 has a new monograph titled “Villinski” about his sculptural work and influence. Learn More
  • Brian Rose A’79 published a book titled “Monument Avenue Richmond” about the last days of the Confederate statues on Monument Avenue in Richmond. Learn More
  • Marilyn Henrion A’52 has released a new book titled “Mannahatta: New Works by Marilyn Henrion.” Learn more
  • Ann Grifalconi A’50 is remembered in NY Times article, “Ann Grifalconi, Whose Children’s Books Bridged Cultures, Dies at 90.” Learn More
  • James Haywood Rolling Jr A’88 authored the book, “Growing Up Ugly,” which is an inspirational coming of age book. Learn More
  • Brian Rose A ’79 discussed his new photography book, “Williamsburg, BKN: In Time of Plague” on WNYC. The show is called “All of It” Learn More
  • Brian Rose A’79 published a book titled “Williamsburg, Brooklyn: In Time of Plague.” Learn More
  • Molly Ruttan A’84 has a book, “The Stray” featured on Goodreads Learn More
  • Javaka Steptoe A’94 is the author of “Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat” which was just awarded two major awards: the Randolph Caldecott Medal and the Coretta Scott King (Author) Book Award! Learn More
  • Richard Roth A’69 wrote a novel, NoLab, that was published November 2019. Learn More

By Alumni Architects

  • David Heymann AR’84 writes about visiting cemeteries in Austin in Places Journal. Learn More
  • Lee Skolnick AR’79 and his firm have published a book titled, “SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership: Public/Private.” It is reviewed in Learn More
  • David Heymann AR’84 has published a new book titled “John S. Chase – The Chase Residence.” Learn More
  • Daphne Binder AR’11 & Teddy Kofman AR’13 have written “Minus 400 and Over 40 Degrees: Architecture in the Dead Sea 1948-1971.” Learn More
  • Jeffry Kieffer AR’75’s book, “The Evolution of a Building Complex: Louis I. Kahn’s Salk Institute for Biological Studies” was recently published. Learn More

By Alumni Engineers

  • Joel O. Lubenau 1960! is one of the co-authors of “Radium City: A History of America’s First Nuclear Industry” which is a book describing the Radium production in Pittsburgh. Western Pennsylvania History Magazine has published this book. Learn More
  • Rodney Sorkin EE’61 has released his second novel, The Wandering Cowboy. It is now in print and available for purchase at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Google Books. It is also available on i-tunes and for the kindle. Learn More

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