Issue 5 | Sources

Letter from France

Amnesty International, “France Is Not the Free-Speech Champion It Says It Is,” 11/12/20.
Pascal Blanchard, “The Paradox of Arab France,” Cairo Review, Spring 2016. Translated from the French by Amir-Hussein Radjy.
Dianne Searcy, “Let There Be Light, New York Times, 12/30/20.

The Vertical Wasteland

Piper/Sandler Research, “Remote Work.”
Edward Wolner, “Chicago’s Fraternity Temples: The Origins of Skyscraper Rhetoric and the First of the World’s Tallest Office Buildings.” The American Skyscraper: Cultural Histories, by Roberta Moudry, Cambridge University Press, 2005.
Gertrude Stein. Everybody’s Autobiography: by Gertrude Stein. Random House., 1937.
Patrick Sisson, “Is the Sustainable Skyscraper a Myth?” Curbed, 1/10/20.
United Nations, “60% of Population to Live in Urban Areas,” Division of Economic and Social Affairs, 5/16/18.
Dickson Despommier, “The Rise of Vertical Farms,” Scientific American, November 2009.


The photo accompanying Matt King’s essay is “Manhattan Skyline: I. South Street and Jones Lane, Manhattan,” by Berenice Abbott, 1936. Sponsored by the Federal Art Project. Courtesy Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Photography Collection, The New York Public Library. “Manhattan Skyline: I. South Street and Jones Lane, Manhattan.” The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1936.

The artwork accompanying “Brand Ambassadors” is by Jasmine Romani-Romero (Untitled, 2021, digital).

The artwork accompanying “The Endless Archive” is by Duquann Sweeney (“Two Boys,” 2019, silver gelatin print).

The artwork accompanying “Searching for the Undo Button” is by Amy Wilson (“We dreamt that we were worlds within worlds,” 2016, watercolor and pencil on paper).