Book Chapters:
Scanlon, E; Pike, M, (2011 – in print) ‘HABITUS, The Social Anthropology of the Domestic House Extension’, from Domestic Life in Ireland, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 2011.
Scanlon, E (2008) ‘A View with A Room’ from ‘The Lives of Spaces’, Campbell H, Martin McAuliffe S, Ward B, Weadick N editors. Dublin.
Scanlon, E (2007) ‘Mimicking the Irish Landscape’ In: Ibelings, H; Hannema, K; (eds). New European Architecture. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2002) ‘Assembling a Collective – Townscape and Modular Design in England’ In: Tracings – Volume 2. Dublin: School of Architecture, University College Dublin.
Scanlon, E; O Herlihy, R; Ryan, A et al (2000) ‘Tracing Places’ In: Tracings – Volume 1. Dublin: School of Architecture, University College Dublin.

Books Edited:
Scanlon, E; McKenna D (Ed.). (2009) UCD Architecture Yearbook 2009. Dublin: School of Architecture, University College Dublin.

Conference Publications:
Scanlon, E (2008) The role of the architect and architecture in making homes, not housing and Arts Council policy in Architecture. In: des/IRE – designing homes for contemporary Ireland, Ed. Tipton, G. Dublin.

Other Publications:
Scanlon, E (2010) ‘Frames of Perception’, Interview with Clancy Moore Architects, A10 New European Architecture Issue 34. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E; O Donoghue H; McAree, R (2010) ‘The Panel Review’, Jury Conversation as part of the IAF Space for Learning project, Dublin: Irish Architecture Foundation.
Scanlon, E (2008) ‘I Have Never Been To Cavan’, Essay, in the Atlas of Cavan, produced as part of the Cavan Architects in Residence Scheme 2007-08.
Scanlon, E (2008) Colour Me Beautiful – Brookfield Community Centre, Tallaght. A10 New European Architecture Issue 28. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2007) A New Rural Order – the work of Dominic Stevens. Dublin: Invited Review Article, The Irish Arts Review, Spring 2007.
Scanlon, E (2007) Power in the Ordinary – the Architecture of Dominic Stevens. In: HOUSE, Ed. Sandra O Connell. Dublin: R.I.A.I.
Scanlon, E (2007) The Young Irish. A10 New European Architecture Issue 17 p60-62. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2007) Mimetic House, Leitrim, Dominic Stevens Architects. A10 New European Architecture Issue 14. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2007) Housing Scheme, Dublin, FKL architects. A10 New European Architecture Issue 15. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2006) Interview with Donaghy Diamond architects. A10 New European Architecture Issue 9. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2006) House in Ranelagh, Dublin, Boyd Cody Architects. A10 New European Architecture Issue 7. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2006) Source Arts Centre and Library, Thurles, Mc Cullogh Mulvin Architects. A10 New European Architecture Issue 12. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2006) Ireland’s Civic Pride. A10 New European Architecture Issue 8. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2005) Kildare Civic Offices, henegan.peng architects. A10 New European Architecture Issue 34. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2005) Review of 20 years of the Architectural Association Awards. A10 New European Architecture Issue 34. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2005) That which is everyday made monumental – The Cubical House, Dublin. Architecture Ireland. Dublin: R.I.A.I.
Scanlon, E (2005) Donore Avenue Youth and Community Centre. Architecture Ireland. Dublin: R.I.A.I.
Scanlon, E (2005) Youth Services Building, Tallaght, Henchion Reuter Architects. A10 New European Architecture Issue 6. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2005) Hermitages in the Comeragh Mountains, BatesMaher Architects. A10 New European Architecture Issue 6. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2005) Double House in Dublin, de Paor Architects. A10 New European Architecture Issue 5. Brussels: A10.
Scanlon, E (2004) Weather Vane, Boyd Cody House, Dublin. The RIBA Journal, London: Invited Review Articles
Scanlon, E; O Herlihy, R (2002) Unite d’Habitation in Marseille – photographic essay, Published by the Architectural Association of Ireland. Dublin: Reviews
Scanlon, E (2001) Fade To Grey – the new Liffey Boardwark. Review, Published by the Architectural Association of Ireland. Dublin.
Scanlon, E (2000) Now, Repeat After Me. Review, Published by the Architectural Association of Ireland. Dublin.

Conference Contributions:
Scanlon, E (2009) Vital Signs is a programme of arts and health events that took place in Dublin in October 2009. It included a conference in the Royal College of Physicians (October 15), a national exhibition in five venues in Dublin 8 (October 14 – 21), and a series of opinion pieces about arts and health practice. [Chaired Session], Vital Signs – Arts and Health in Context, Dublin, 15-OCT-09 – 15-OCT-09.
Scanlon, E; Cremin, S (2007) Curated exhibition as part of the Defining Space conference. Defining Space, Newman House, University College Dublin, 11-OCT-07 – 13-OCT-07.
Scanlon, E; Cremin, S (2007) Putting the Corridor in Perspective – initial research into the social and spatial potential of circulation spaces, presented as part of the Defining Space exhibition. Defining Space, Newman House, 11-OCT-07 – 13-NOV-07.
Scanlon, E (2007) The role of the architect and architecture in making homes, not housing and Arts Council policy in Architecture. [Invited Oral Presentation], des/IRE – designing houses for contemporary Ireland, Cork, 24-MAY-07 – 25-MAY-07.
Scanlon, E (2001) Realisms in British Architecture, Townscape and Modular Design, 1950-60. [International Refereed Conference], Realisms in European Architecture 1930-1960 , Milan Politecnico, Italy, 11-DEC-01 – 12-DEC-01.

Juries / Competitions
(2010) – Invited Jury Member for selection of architects for the Space for Learning Project, the Irish Architecture Foundation.
(2010) – Invited panellist for the selection of Ireland’s Entry to the Venice Architecture Biennale 2010.
(2009) – Invited Panellist for the selection of an architect for the arts group CREATE in Dublin.
(2009) – Invited Jury Member for the two Stage West Cork Arts Centre Architectural Competition.
(2007) – Invited Jury Member for the American Architecture Awards 2007 as run by the Chicago Antheneum.