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Associate Professor at MIT School of Architecture + Planning | Founding Partner of DESIGN EARTH
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Below are a sample of Professor Ghosn's articles and writings. Several other articles are available through through this academia.edu site and the DESIGN EARTH publications page.
|Articles and other writings||Availability|
|Ghosn, Rania, and El Hadi Jazairy. 2020. “Trash Peaks: A Terrarium of the Anthropocene.” Architectural Design 90 (1): 32–37.||PDF Full Text|
|Ghosn, Rania. 2020. “A Flooded Thirsty World.” Journal of Architectural Education 74 (1): 60–69.||Arch Library - Print Only|
|Ghosn, Rania. 2019. “Carbon Re-Form.” Log 47 (Fall): 106.||Arch Library - Print Only|
|Ghosn, Rania and El Hadi Jazairy. 2018. "Of Oil and Earth" Science Fiction Studies 45 (November): 433-439.||PDF Full Text|
|Ghosn, Rania, and El Hadi Jazairy. 2016. “Georama of Trash / Georama of Trash.” ARQ (Santiago) 93 (August): 98–105.||Available Online|
|Ghosn, Rania and El Hadi Jazairy, 2016. "Neck of the Moon." Volume 47: 38-42.||Available Online|
|Ghosn, Rania. 2015. “8Mile Baseline: A Dialectical Image of The Urban Crisis.” Journal of Architectural Education 69 (1): 86-97.||Available Online|
|Ghosn, Rania and El Hadi Jazairy. 2014. “Geographies of Trash.” Journal of Architectural Education 68 (1): 68–81.||Available Online|
|Ghosn, Rania. 2013. "Roadmap 2050 and the Promised Landscapes of Low Carbon." 101st ACSA Annual Meeting Proceedings, New Constellations, New Ecologies. https://www.acsa-arch.org/chapter/roadmap-2050-and-the-promised-landscapes-of-low-carbon/||Available Online|
|Ghosn, Rania and El Hadi Jazairy. 2013. "Burn it, Bury It, or Send it on a Caribbean Cruise." 101st ACSA Annual Meeting Proceedings, New Constellations, New Ecologies. https://www.acsa-arch.org/chapter/burn-it-bury-it-or-send-it-on-a-caribbean-cruise/||Available Online|
|Ghosn, Rania. 2012. “Where Are the Missing Spaces? The Geography of Some Uncommon Interests.” Perspecta 45 (June): 109–16.||PDF Full Text|
This guide was created with resources available online or through Kent State University Libraries. These resources were compiled by the Joseph F Morbito Architectural Library in February 2021.