Susanne Schindler

Books.

Anne Kockelkorn and Susanne Schindler with Rebekka Hirschberg, eds. Cooperative Conditions: A Primer on Architecture, Finance, and Regulation, Zurich: gta Verlag, forthcoming 2023.

Reinhold Martin, Jacob Moore, and Susanne Schindler, eds. The Art of Inequality: Architecture, Housing, and Real Estate—A Provisional Report, New York: Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture 2015.

William R. Morrish, Susanne Schindler, and Katie Swenson. Growing Urban Habitats: Seeking a New Housing Development Model. San Francisco: William Stout 2009.

Susanne Schindler, ed., with Nikolaus Bernau. Inszenierte Moderne: Zur Architektur von Fritz Bornemann. Berlin: Jovis 2003.


Journals.

Candide. Journal for Architectural Knowledge www.candidejournal.net
Founding editor 2009-15. With Axel Sowa, Andres Lepik, Anne Kockelkorn, Lutz Robbers.

ARCH+, Zeitschrift für Architektur und Städtebau www.archplus.net
Editor 2000-03. With Nikolaus Kuhnert, Sabine Kraft and Shirin Taraz.

Bauwelt www.bauwelt.de
Guest editor of three thematic issues: "Affordable New York" (10/2012); “Kunst und Stadt” [Art and City] (15/2001); “Gaza” (9/1999)


Scholarly Articles and Book Chapters.

Susanne Schindler, “The Pretense of Public-Private Partnerships,” Shoreline: Remembering a Waterfront Vision, Bryan Lee and Barbara Campagna, eds. Buffalo: Museo El Barrio, forthcoming 2022.

Susanne Schindler, “Housing Beyond and Within the Market. Part 1: Cooperative Housing and the Racial Wealth Gap (March 29); Part 2: Cooperative Conditions in Zurich (April 5); Part 3: Cooperatives in Boston (April 12),” Platform, March-April 2021.

Susanne Schindler, "’The Institutions Must be Designed Before the Buildings’: Lessons from the Twin Parks Study (1966-67)," Perspecta 53: Onus (October 2020): 110–135.

Susanne Schindler, “Context, Community and Capital: Keywords for the Architecture of Housing under Neoliberalism,” Footprint 24: The Architecture of Housing after the Neoliberal Turn, July 2019: 47–64.

Susanne Schindler, "Model Conflicts," e-flux architecture, July 2018.

Susanne Schindler, "Mitchell Lama,” in Interboro, ed., The Arsenal of Exclusion/Inclusion, Barcelona: Actar 2017: 221–225.

Juliette Spertus and Susanne Schindler, “Co-op City and Twin Parks: Two 1970s Models of Middle-Class Living in the Bronx," in Gaia Caramellino and Federico Zanfi, eds., Middle-Class Housing in Perspective. Bern: Peter Lang 2015, 167–190.

Susanne Schindler, “Melrose Commons and Via Verde: Conflicts of community and capital”: in Nicholas Bloom and Matthew Lasner, eds., Affordable Housing in New York: The People, Places, and Policies that Transformed a City. Princeton University Press 2015, 283–290.

Susanne Schindler, "Hughes House: Supportive housing rebuilds the city," in Bloom/Lasner, Affordable Housing in New York, 280–282.

Yonah Freemark and Susanne Schindler, "Twin Parks: An experiment in scattered-site urban renewal," in Bloom/Lasner, Affordable Housing in New York, 226-230.



Selected Public Scholarship on Architecture and Housing.

Anne Kockelkorn and Susanne Schindler, “Housing and the Agency of Nonspeculation,“ Introduction, Cooperative Conditions, May 2021.

Susanne Schindler, “Notes on a Vanishing Act: Taxation, Democracy, and Architecture in U.S. Housing Between 1965 and 1989,” 127–134 in: Architecture and Democracy, 1965-1989: Urban Renewal, Populism and the Welfare State, Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference of the Jaap Bakema Study Center, Rotterdam/Delft, November 2019.

Susanne Schindler, “Nine-or-so Housing Plans,” Avery Review 42, October 2019.

Susanne Schindler, “The Private Lives of Public Schools,” Urban Omnibus, March 2019.

Susanne Schindler, "1966 Can Be the Year of Rebirth for American Cities," San Rocco 14: 66, April 2018, 100–109.

Susanne Schindler, “Model Cities Redux,” Urban Omnibus, October 26, 2016.

Susanne Schindler, “When Architects Run Your Building,” Urban Omnibus, April 27, 2016.

Susanne Schindler, "A Belated Review of Melrose D-1," Avery Review 07, April 2015.

Susanne Schindler, "The Two Sides of Preservation: The Bronx's Lambert Houses," Urban Omnibus, April 1, 2015.

Susanne Schindler, “Housing and the Cooperative Commonwealth," Places, October 2014.

Susanne Schindler, "Architecture versus Housing: The Case of Sugar Hill," Urban Omnibus, September 3, 2014.


Research Projects / Curatorships of Exhibitions and Websites.

Cooperative Conditions: A Primer on Architecture, Finance and Regulation in Zurich,
MAS GTA ETH Zurich, 2020-23.

House Housing: An Untimely History of Architecture and Real Estate,
Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture, Columbia University, 2014-17.