The directors of ICPP have published and spoken widely about Paris. Selected titles:
Mary Campbell Gallagher, J.D., Ph.D., Chairman
Editor: Paris Without Skyscrapers: The Battle to Save the Skyline of the World’s Most Beautiful City (New York and Paris: ICPP and SOS Paris, forthcoming)
“We’ll Always Have Paris?” Architecture Here and There, 9.19.16, republished as: “Protecting Paris,” in “New and Noteworthy,” The Wall Street Journal, 10.3.16
“A view from La Seine – Anne Hidalgo & NKM on the Parisian Skyline” (with Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi), article, Kings Road Magazine, March 17, 2014
“What Can Denver Learn From Paris?” Traditional Building Conference, Panel on Infill Development, Denver, Colorado, October 5, 2015
“How Will New Development Affect Paris?” Beaux Arts Alliance, New York City, February 17, 2015
“Will Development Destroy Paris?” Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, New York City, January 22, 2015
“The Destruction of Paris,” University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, South Bend, Indiana, October 8, 2014
Leonard Pitt, Vice-Chairman
Walks Through Lost Paris: A Journey into the Heart of Historic Paris (Berkeley, CA: 2006). Originally published as Promenade dans le Paris disparu (Paris: Parigramme, 2002)
Paris: A Journey Through Time (Berkeley, CA: Counterpoint, 2010). Originally published as Paris un voyage dans le temps: images d’une ville disparue (Paris: Parigramme, 2008).
My Brain on Fire: Paris and Other Obsessions (Berkeley, CA: Counterpoint, 2016).
Michael West Mehaffy, Ph.D., Secretry-Treasurer
Conclusions from an Assessment of Three Major Development Projects in Paris: Le Projet Triangle, Paris Rive Gauche, Clichy-Batignolles. Report of a fact-finding study and evaluation by the Congress for European Urbanism (CEU), in association with SOS Paris, October 2011.