Publications

Books

Lindner, Christoph and Brian Rosa, eds. (2017).  Deconstructing the High Line: Postindustrial Urbanism and the Rise of the Elevated Park.  (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press).

Katz, Adam and Brian Rosa, eds. (2009).  Tattered Fragments of the Map.  Edited volume to accompany the Photocartographies exhibition and event series.  (Los Angeles: The Limits of Fun).

 Journal Articles

Rosa, Brian and Jaime Jover Báez (2017).  “Contested Urban Heritage: Discourses of Meaning and Ownership of the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, Spain.” Journal of Urban Cultural StudiesVol. 4 Issue 1-2.

Jover Báez, Jaime and Brian Rosa (2017).  Patrimonio Cultural en Disputa: La Mezquita-Catedral de Córdoba” (Cultural Heritage in Conflict: The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba). Cuadernos Geográficos: Vol. 56 Issue 1.

Rosa, Brian and Adam Ryder (2014).  “The Edge of Light: Wendover.”  Arid: A Journal of Desert Art, Design and Ecology: Fall 2014. 

Garrett, Bradley L., Brian Rosa, and Jonathan Prior (2011). “Jute: Excavating Material and Symbolic Surfaces.”  Liminalities: Vol. 7 Issue 2.

Book Chapters

Rosa, Brian and Christoph Lindner (2017).  “The High Line and Postindustrial Urbanism: From Elevated Railway to Urban Park” in Deconstructing the High Line: Postindustrial Urbanism and the Rise of the Elevated Park, eds. Christoph Lindner and Brian Rosa.  (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press).

Rosa, Brian (2016).  “Waste and Value in Urban Transformation: Reflections on a Post-Industrial ‘Wasteland’ in Manchester” in Global Garbage: Urban Imaginaries of Excess, Waste, and Abandonment, eds. Miriam Meissner and Christoph Lindner. (New York: Routledge). 

Rosa, Brian (2015). “Photodocumentary of Returning Ninth Ward Residents” in: Rebuilding Community After Katrina: Transformative Education in the New Orleans Planning Initiative, eds. Ken Reardon and John Forester. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press).

 Rosa, Brian (2011).  “Tours and Detours: Walking the Ninth Ward” in Invalid Format:  An Anthology of Triple Canopy, Vol. 1. (New York: Project Projects).  Originally published in Triple Canopy in 2009.

 Rosa, Brian and Ben Phelps-Rohrs (2011).  “I Knew Then That it Was All on Me” in Invalid Format:  An Anthology of Triple Canopy, Vol. 1. (New York: Project Projects).  Originally published in Triple Canopy in 2009.

Review Essays

Rosa, Brian (2016).  “Water, Water Everywhere: Hydro-modernities and Geographical Imaginaries.  A Review of Erik Swyngedouw’s Liquid Power and Matthew Gandy’s The Fabric of Space.”  Commissioned review for caa.reviews, College Art Association.   

Rosa, Brian (2011). Review of “Photography and Flight” (Denis Cosgrove and William L. Fox) for Cartographica:  The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization: Vol. 46 Issue 1.

Rosa, Brian (2010).  "Frank Gohlke: Thoughts on Landscape," Places

Professional Reports

Researcher and contributor for A People’s Plan for Overcoming the Hurricane Katrina Blues.  ACORN-University Partnership and the Unified New Orleans Plan, 2007. 

Researcher, South Worcester Neighborhood Plan.  Department of Planning and Regulatory Services, Worcester, MA, 2003.

Other Publications

Rosa, Brian (2015).  “CONVEY.” (photographic feature and essay), Places.

Rosa, Brian (2009).  “The Slow Rebirth of Mexico City’s Centro Histórico.” The Next American City (now Next City), Issue 23.