To access copies of selected publications, see my Academia.edu page: https://iupui.academia.edu/ElizabethKryderReid
2019 Interview. Association of Critical Heritage Studies Newsletter, December, 2019. https://us12.campaign-archive.com/?u=1604647c5c07428538b571569&id=f728df10bf
2019 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Do the Homeless Have Heritage? Archaeology and the Pedagogy of Discomfort.” Pedagogy and Practice in Heritage Studies, edited by Susan J. Bender and Phyllis Mauch Messenger, pp.129-147. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. ISBN 13: 9780813056142 doi.org:10.2307/j.ctvx079t2.14.
2018 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid and Larry J. Zimmerman, “Of, By, and For Which People? Government and Contested Heritage in the American Midwest.” In Cultural Contestation: Heritage, Identity, and the Role of Government, edited by Jeroen Rodenberg and Pieter Agenaar, 239-262. Palgrave Macmillan https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-91914-0_12
2018 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, ed. Tools for a Critical Heritage: Exploring Shared Authority and Stakeholder-Defined Values of Heritage. Special theme issue of the International Journal of Heritage Studies 24 (7) (published online June 22, 2017; in print 2018). https://doi.org/10.1080/13527258.2017.1339110
2018 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, Jeremy W. Foutz, Elizabeth Wood, Larry J. Zimmerman, “’I just don’t ever use that word’: Investigating Stakeholders’ Understanding of Heritage.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 24 (7): 743-763 (published online June 22, 2017; in print 2018). https://doi.org/10.1080/13527258.2017.1339110
2017. Interview. “Race and Cultural Landscapes: A Conversation With Elizabeth Kryder-Reid” The Cultural Landscape Foundation. https://tclf.org/race-and-cultural-landscapes-conversation-elizabeth-kryder-reid
2016 (December) Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, California Mission Landscapes: Race, Memory, and the Politics of Heritage. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/california-mission-landscapes
Winner of the Elisabeth Blair MacDougall Book Award Society of Architectural Historians (2019); Norman Neuerburg Prize, Historical Society of Southern Calironia (2019); Vernacular Architecture Forum’s Abbott Lowell Cummings Prize (2018)(http://www.vafweb.org/Cummings-Prize); and the Foundation for Landscape Studies John Brinckerhoff Jackson Book Prize (2017).
2015 Laura Holzman, Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, Scott Stulen, “Where the Sidewalk Ends: Museum Grounds as Public Spaces. “MuseumNext, September 25, 2015 https://www.museumnext.com/article/where-the-sidewalk-ends-museum-grounds-as-public-spaces/
2015 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Greenwashed: Identity and Landscape at the California Missions.” In Landscape and Identity: Archaeology and Human Geography (British Archaeological Reports International Series 2709), edited by Kurt D. Springs, pp. 83-102. Oxford, ArchaeoPress.
2015 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Crafting the Past: Mission Models and the Curation of California Heritage” Heritage & Society 8 (1): 60-83.
2014 L. Holzman, E. Wood, H. Cusack-McVeigh, E. Kryder-Reid, M. Labode, and L. Zimmerman, “A Random Walk to Public Scholarship? Exploring our Convergent Paths,” Public: A Journal of Imagining America 2(2) http://public.imaginingamerica.org/blog/article/a-random-walk-to-public-scholarship-exploring-our-convergent-paths/
2014 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Marking Time in San Gabriel Mission Garden” Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes: An International Quarterly 34 (1): 15-27.
2013 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Interpreting the American Garden” In Sourcebook for Garden Archaeology: Methods, Techniques, Interpretations and Field Examples, edited by Amina-Aicha Malek, pp.499-512. (Berlin: Peter Lang).
2013 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid “The Physical Evidence of the American Garden” In Sourcebook for Garden Archaeology: Methods, Techniques, Interpretations and Field Examples, edited by Amina-Aicha Malek, pp.475-491. (Berlin: Peter Lang).
2013 Modupe Labode, Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, and Laura Holzman, “Hybrid Discourse: Exploring Art, Race, and Space in Indianapolis” Public (2013), vol.1, no.1-2. Online http://public.imaginingamerica.org/blog/article/hybrid-discourse-exploring-art-race-and-space-in-indianapolis/
2010 Therese O’Malley, with contributions by Elizabeth Kryder-Reid and Anne Helmreich, Keywords in American Landscape Design. New Haven: Yale University Press in cooperation with the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (http://yalebooks.com/book/9780300101744/keywords-american-landscape-design). [Winner of the Foundation for Landscape Studies Foundation John B. Jackson Prize (2011) and the Council of Botanical And Horticultural Libraries prize (2011)]. Visit the digital edition: History of Early American Landscape Design
2010 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Writing the Landscape: Text as Representations of and Sources for American Landscape Design History,” In Keywords in American Landscape Design. Therese O’Malley with contributions by Elizabeth Kryder-Reid and Anne Helmreich. New Haven: Yale University Press in cooperation with the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, pp.25-47.
2010 “Perennially New: Santa Barbara and the Origins of the California Mission Garden.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. 69(3): 378-405. [Landscape History Essay Prize, Society of Architectural Historians Landscape History Chapter, 2012]
2008 Shaping Outcomes: Outcomes-based planning and evaluation for museums and libraries. http://www.shapingoutcomes.org/
2007 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Sites of Power and the Power of Sight: Vision in the California Mission Landscapes” Chapter in Sites Unseen: Landscape and Vision, edited by Diane Harris and D. Fairchild Ruggles, University of Pittsburgh Press, pp.181-212. [Winner of the Pioneer America Society Allen G. Noble Award for best edited book (2009)]
1998 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “The Archaeology of Vision in Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake Gardens.” Annapolis Pasts: Historical Archaeology in Annapolis, Maryland, edited by Paul A. Shackel, Paul R. Mullins, and Mark S. Warner, pp.268-290. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press. (revised version of an essay originally published in the Journal of Garden History 14(1):42-54, 1994).
1996 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “The Construction of Sanctity: Landscape and Ritual in a Religious Community.” In Landscape Archaeology: Reading and Interpreting the American Historical Landscape, edited by Rebecca Yamin and Karen Bescherer Metheny, pp. 228-248. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press.
1994 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “The Archaeology of Vision in Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake Gardens.” Journal of Garden History 14(1):42-54.
1994 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid and D. Fairchild Ruggles, co-editors “Sight and Site: Vision in the Garden,” of a special theme issue of the Journal of Garden History, 14(1).
1994 D. Fairchild Ruggles and Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Introduction,” “Sight and Site: Vision in the Garden,” of a special theme issue of the Journal of Garden History, 14(1): 1-2.
1994 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “`With Manly Courage’: Reading the Construction of Gender in a Nineteenth-Century Religious Community.” In `Those of Little Note’: Gender, Race, and Class in Historical Archaeology, edited by Elizabeth M. Scott, pp.97-114. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
1994 Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “`As Is the Gardener, So Is the Garden’: The Archaeology of Landscape As Myth.” In Historical Archaeology of the Chesapeake, pp.131-148, edited by Barbara J. Little and Paul A. Shackel. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Press.
1992 Mark P. Leone and Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, “Critical Perspectives On Work Concerning Charles Carroll of Carrollton.” In Representations in Archaeology, edited by Jean-Claude Gardin and Christopher S. Peebles, pp. 151-167. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
1992 Mark P. Leone, Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, and Janice Bailey-Goldschmidt “The Rationalization of Sound in Mid-Eighteenth‑Century Annapolis, Maryland.” In The Art and Mystery of Historical Archaeology: Essays in Honor of James Deetz, edited by Anne Elizabeth Yentsch and Mary C. Beaudry, pp.229-245. Boca Raton: CRC Press.