Here you can download PDF copies of some of my scholarly articles. The articles are arranged by publication type – ie book chapters, refereed journal articles, and refereed papers in conference proceedings. Note that the documents here are typescripts, which means that they do not have the same pagination as the final versions published. Citation details are as below:

Book chapters:

2007: Naomi Stead, ‘In the Mind of the Architect’: Architecture, Representation and Authorship in Documentary Film’, in Architecture and Authorship, Tim Anstey, Katja Grillner & Rolf Hughes eds., Black Dog Press, London, pp. 50-59.

2007: Naomi Stead, ‘Criticism in/and/of Crisis: The Australian Context’, in Jane Rendell, Mark Dorrian et al., eds., Critical Architecture, Routledge, London and New York, pp. 76-83.

2007: Naomi Stead, ‘Museological Landscapes, Mythological Lands: The Garden of Australian Dreams’, in Michael J. Ostwald and Steven Fleming eds. Museum, Gallery and Cultural Architecture in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Region: Essays on Antipodean Identity, Edwin Mellen Press, Wales, 2007, pp. 69-80.

Journal Articles:

2007: Naomi Stead, ‘Performing Objecthood: Museums, Architecture, and the Play of Artefactuality‘, Performance Research, Special issue ‘On Objects’, vol 12, no. 4, December 2007, pp. 37-46.

2006: John Macarthur and Naomi Stead, ‘The Judge is Not an Operator: Criticality, Historiography and Architectural Criticism’ OASE vol 69, 2006, pp. 116-138.

2006: John Macarthur and Naomi Stead, ‘The National Museum of Australia as Danse Macabre: Baroque Allegories of the Popular’, in South Pacific Museums: Beyond the New Museology? Chris Healy and Andrea Witcomb eds., Macquarie University ePress.

2004: Naomi Stead, ‘The Semblance of Populism: The National Museum of Australia’, The Journal of Architecture, Volume 9, no. 3, Autumn 2004, pp. 385-396.

2003: Naomi Stead, ‘The Value of Ruins: Allegories of Destruction in Benjamin and Speer’, Form/Work: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Built Environment, no. 6, October 2003, pp. 51-64.

2002: Naomi Stead, ‘In the Vernacular: On the Architecture of the National Museum of Australia’, JAS: Journal of Australian Studies, no. 72, pp.121-129.

2000: Naomi Stead, ‘The Ruins of History: Allegories of Destruction in Daniel Libeskind’s Jewish Museum Extension to the Berlin Museum’, in Open Museums Journal [Australian Museums On-Line e-journal], special edition: ‘Unsavoury Histories’, ed. Anne Brake and Andrea Witcomb.

Conference Papers:

2007: Naomi Stead, ‘The Rocket-Baroque Phase of the Ice Cream Vernacular: On Reyner Banham’s Criticism of Architecture and Other Things‘, in Techniques and Technologies: Transfer and Transformation, Proceedings of the fourth annual conference of the Association of Australasian Schools of Architecture annual conference, Sydney, September 2007. Full conference proceedings available here.

2007: Naomi Stead, ‘Decontextualisation, Autonomy and the Neo-Avant-Garde: Institutional Critique and Museum Criticism’, in Panorama to Paradise: Scopic Regimes in Architectural and Urban History and Theory, The 24th annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand, Adelaide, September 21-24, 2007. Full proceedings available CD Rom.

2006: Naomi Stead, ‘Decontextualisation, Autonomy and the Neo-Avant-Garde: Institutional Critique and Museum Criticism’, in Wouter Davidtz ed., Museum in Motion?, Hosted by the Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht and Sittard, November 2004. Full proceedings available CD Rom, published A&S Books and Museum Het Domein, Sittard, May 2006.

2003: Naomi Stead, ‘Producing Critical Thinkers, Designing Critical Objects: Re-examining the Role of Critique in Architectural Education’, in Design + Research: Project Based Research in Architecture, Conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, Melbourne, 2003. Full proceedings available here.

1999: Naomi Stead, ‘The Anti-Classical in Daniel Libeskind’s Jewish Museum Extension to the Berlin Museum’, in Thresholds, proceedings of the annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand, ed. Rory Spence and Richard Blythe, Launceston and Hobart, September 1999, pp. 321-328.

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