Joan E. Goody

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Joan E. Goody (December 1, 1935 – 8 September 2009) was a leading Boston,[1] and well-known American architect known for her influence in the latter part of the 20th and early 21st century on Boston modern architecture and historic preservation. She was also the author of several books on architecture, including an early work on the emerging modern style in Boston, New Architecture in Boston.[2] Goody was a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects[3] and a principal of Goody, Clancy & Associates, Inc of Boston.


  • New Architecture in Boston MIT Press; 1965
  • 'Essays on social housing', Progressive Architecture 7 (1984), p. 82-87
  • 'Do you see new directions?', Architecture: the AIA journal 5 (1985), p. 240-251, 312-320


  1. ^ Barnes, Rebecca (2006). "Joan Good Interview". Architecture Week. Retrieved 2008-06-08. 
  2. ^ Shand-Tucci, Douglass (2000). Built in Boston: City and Suburb, 1800-2000. University of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 1-55849-201-1. 
  3. ^ Cramer, James P.; Jennifer Evans Yankopolus, editors (2005). Almanac of Architecture & Design 2006. Greenway Communication. ISBN 0-9755654-2-7.  Cite uses deprecated parameter |coauthors= (help)