Books, Catalogues, and Pamphlets

The Sanctity of Others. (Baltimore: Design Research Bureau, 2016).
Book design for and essay about images by JK and poetry by Zackary Sholem Berger.

Kargon, Jeremy. Baltimore's Modernist Religious BuildingsBaltimore: DCenter, 2013.

Kargon, Jeremy. Quotidian Hypertopos: Skylines, Streetscapes, & Gardens in 
Contemporary China. Baltimore: Design Research Bureau, 2012.


Dilts, James and Jeremy Kargon. The Thomas Viaduct: A Bridge Over Time.
Baltimore: Baltimore Landmark Brochures, 2010.

Kargon, Jeremy. Baltimore’s Book of Imaginary Buildings.
Baltimore: Design Research Bureau, 2009.


Kargon, Jeremy. ExANIMATION. Baltimore: Design Research Bureau, 2009.

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Journal Articles

 

Kargon, Jeremy. “A Symbolic Landscape for Suburbia: Baltimore Chizuk Amuno’s 'Hebrew 
Culture Garden.' ” Journal of Urban History, Vol. 40, Issue 4 (2014) 677 - 706.


Kargon, Jeremy. “The Logic of Color: Theory and Graphics in Christine Ladd-Franklin’s 
Explanation of Color Vision. ” Leonardo, Vol. 47, Issue 2 (2014) 151-157.


Kargon, Jeremy. "One City's Urban Cosmography." Planning Perspectives, Vol. 29 No. 1 
(2014) 103-120.

Kargon, Jeremy. "Redefining the Typographical Architect: Analogy and Ethos for 
Contemporary Design Education." International Journal of Arts Education,

Vol. 3, No. 3 (2013) 1-16.

Kargon, Jeremy. “Critique of an 'Artefactual' Landscape: Erich Mendelsohn’s Engagement 
with the Built and Natural Environment, 1919-1931.” Journal of Architecture, Vol. 18, No. 1 

(2013) 1-24.

Kargon, Jeremy, and Gharipour, Mohammad. "Scanning Memory: Three Case Studies of 
Memorials in the Digital Age." International Journal of the Arts in Society., Vol. 6, No. 1 

(2012) 153-164.

Kargon, Jeremy. “Harmonizing These Two Arts: Edmund Lind'sThe Music of Color.”
Journal of Design History, Vol. 24, No. 1 (2011): 1-14.

Kargon, Jeremy. “Thomas Poppleton’s Map: Vignettes of a City’s Self Image.”
Maryland Historical Magazine 104, No. 2 (2009): 185-207.

Kargon, Jeremy. "Architecture: The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African 

American History and Culture." Curator: The Museum Journal  49, No. 1 (2006): 90-94..


Conference Proceedings

Kargon, Jeremy. “Baltimore’s Un-built Domed Stadium for 100,000 Spectators: 
Technology 'Transfer' or Technocratic 'Collision'?” Proceedings of the 1st International 
Conference on Architecture and Urban Design (ARUD '13) / Energy, Environment, and 
Structural Engineering Series 15 (2013) 195-201.


Kargon, Jeremy. “The Irony of Intervention: Identifying Landscape amid its Despoliation
and Remediation.” Interdisciplinary Themes Journal  Vol. 2, No. 1 (2010) 32-37.


Kargon, Jeremy. Changing Monuments and Monumentality: Reconstructing Perceptions 
of Civic Identity” Interdisciplinary Themes Journal Vol. 1, No. 1 (2009) 112-125.


Kargon, Jeremy and Wassim Jabi. “Content Seeking Students: Sight-and-Sound Bites as 
Participants in Ubiquitous Social Computing.” Proceedings of the 2008 EAAE/ARCC
Conference 2 (2009): 340-357.


Reviews and Other Essays

Kargon, Jeremy. Review of Solomon’s Temple: Myth, Conflict, and Faith, by Alan Balfour. 

International Journal of Islamic Architecture, 2, No. 2 (2013): 401-403.

Kargon, Jeremy. "Pencil, Ink, and Airbrush: Notes on The Baltimore Modernism Project,"
in Fred Scharmen, ed., Catalog for the Baltimore Modernism Project: Renderings from  the 
archives of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation. Baltimore: D:Center Baltimore, 2012.


Kargon, Jeremy. Review of Losing Site: Architecture, Memory and Place by Shelley 
Hornstein. Journal of Urban Technology, 19, No. 4 (2012): 109-112.

Kargon, Jeremy. “New York’s Unseen Observatory,” published in Construction History 
Society of America Newsletter, Issue # 16, July 2011, 2-3.

Kargon, Jeremy. Review of Edmund G. Lind: Anglo-American Architect of Baltimore and 
the South by Chales Belfoure. Maryland Historical Magazine, 105, No. 2 (2010):

176-177.

Kargon, Jeremy. Review of Baltimore's Alley Houses: Homes for Working People since
the 1780s by Mary Ellen Hayward. Maryland Historical Magazine, 104, No. 3 (2009):

327-329.


Exhibitions & Gallery Shows

Jeremy Kargon with Zackary Sholem Berger, The Sanctity of Others. Jewish Museum of Maryland Baltimore.  Images and essay by JK; poetry by Zackary Sholem Berger.

Jeremy Kargon, Curator, with Nancy Fox, Amy Frank, and Khashayar Shahkolahi.
Baltimore's Modernist Religious Buildings. D:Center Baltimore, October 25th-Nov. 5th, 
2013. Based on a course originally co-conceived with Dale Green, AAIA.
Shown againat James E. Lewis Museum, Baltimore, July -September, 2015.


Jeremy Kargon, Participant (featured photographs and curatorial assistance):
Baltimore Modernism Project: Renderings from  the archives of the Baltimore Architecture 
Foundation. D:Center Baltimore, October 5th-21st, 2012. See review by Michael Farley in 
Baltimore Outloud, 19 October 2012.

Jeremy Kargon, Curator and Artist: Quotidian Hypertopos: Skylines, Streetscapes, & 
Gardens in Contemporary China. Load of Fun Gallery, June 7th-25th, 2012.


Jeremy Kargon, Curator and Participant: Baltimore’s Imaginary Buildings.
AIA Baltimore Gallery Baltimore, Feburary 4th -23rd, 2010.
Antreasian Gallery, Baltimore, September 4th -18th, 2009.


Presentations

Kargon, Jeremy.  “Defining Sacred Space: Modernist Architecture, Religious Symbol,
and Regional ‘Opticalism’ “ Presented at the annual meeting of the Society of
Architectural Historians,  Pasadena, April 6-10th , 2016.

The Architecture of HBCUs: Principles, Legacy, Preservation.” Symposium
organized  by JK with Prof. Dale Green. Morgan State University, Baltimore,
November 5th-6th, 2015.

Kargon, Jeremy.  “Jewish Art for Modern Architecture: Percival Goodman, Amalie
Rothschild, and the Tactics of Accommodation at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation,
1950-1952.”  Paper presented at the 46th Annual Conference of the Association
for Jewish Studies, Baltimore, December 14th, 2014. Also: Society for History
and Graphics, Baltimore, August 2015.

Kargon, Jeremy.  “Art-in-Architecture and Regional Modernism: Six Site-specific
Installations by Amalie Rothschild, 1951-1981.” Paper presented at the 2014 
Annual Meeting of the South East Chapter of the Society for Architectural Historians, 
Fayetteville, Arkansas, November 1st, 2014.

“Post Mortem Architecture: The Morris Mechanic Theater.” Talk presented at “Lecture
and Panel Discussion: Mechanic Theatre,” organized by AIA Baltimore, October 21st,
2014.

Kargon, Jeremy. “Urban Renewal, Utopian Didacticism: This Can Be Baltimore."
Paper presented at the annual meeting of Society for Utopian Studies, Charleston, 
November 14-16, 2013.

Kargon, Jeremy. “A Symbolic Landscape for Suburbia: Chizuk Amuno's Hebrew Culture 
Garden, circa 1954." Paper presented at the annual meeting of College Art Association, 

New York, February 13-16, 2013. Repeated for Leonard and Helen Stulman Jewish 
Studies Program, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, March 8, 2013.


Kargon, Jeremy. “Introduction to Baltimore's 'Urban' Cosmography.” Presentation to 
Society for American City and Regional Planning History (Annual Meeting),
Baltimore, MD, November 18, 2011. Repeated for Society for History and Graphics, 
Baltimore, MD, December 14, 2011.


Kargon, Jeremy. “Harmonizing These Two Arts: Edmund Lind's'The Music of Color.” 
Presentation to Society for History and Graphics, Baltimore, MD, July 9, 2011.

Kargon, Jeremy. “Trends in Contemporary Visual Culture & Design: The Architecture of 
Synagogues.” Presentation to Beth Am congregation, Baltimore, MD, April 10, 2011.

Kargon, Jeremy. “Baltimore’s Church Of The Redeemer: Evoking Emotion In Modern 
Architectural Space,” Baltimore Architecture Foundation, 25 May 2011.

Kargon, Jeremy. “The Irony of Intervention: Identifying Landscape amid its Despoliation
and Remediation.” Paper presented at the conference Interdisciplinary Themes /
The Planned World: Urban, Rural, Wild, Simon Frasier University, Vancouver, Canada,
August 6-7, 2010.


Kargon, Jeremy. “Vignettes of a City’s Self-Image: A Closer Look at Poppleton’s Map
of Baltimore.” Paper presented to ASG Architects, Baltimore, June 10, 2010; 
Carroll Mansion, Baltimore, June 19, 2016.

Kargon, Jeremy. “From Building towards Landscape: Erich Mendelsohn and a
Reconstitution of Geographical Forms.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of

the Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago, April 21-24, 2010.

Kargon, Jeremy. “Changing Monuments and Monumentality: Reconstructing Perceptions
of Civic Identity.” Paper presented at the conference Interdisciplinary Themes /

The City: Culture, Society, Technology, Simon Frasier University, Vancouver, Canada,
November 6-8, 2009.

Also presented at AIABaltimore Gallery (January 21st, 2010), MICA (January 27th, 2010),
Johns Hopkins University (March 24th, 2010), and Baltimore Architecture Foundation,
(March 31, 2010).


Kargon, Jeremy. “Homewood and the City: Geography, Ecology, and Infrastructure.”
Paper presented at the Great Architects symposium,Homewood Museum,
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, April 25, 2009. Also presented to Marks-Thomas
Architects, Baltimore (May 4th, 2010).

Kargon, Jeremy. “Assessing Norman Foster’s Design for UB.” Presentation to
In Retrospect: The UB Law School Competition, Baltimore Architectural Forum /
University of Baltimore, January 8, 2009.

Kargon, Jeremy. “Content Seeking Students: Sight-and-Sound Bites as Participants in
Ubiquitous Social Computing.” Paper presented at Changes of Paradigms /
2008 EAAE/ARCC Conference, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen,
June 26-29, 2008. (JK sole presenter; paper co-written with Wassim Jabi.)

Also presented to Morgan SA+P (October 2,2008) and to CSD Architects,
Baltimore (February 2, 2009).

Kargon, Jeremy. “Videos about Buildings.” Antreasian Gallery, Baltimore, October 14, 2007.