La Coe has published widely on architectural design, pedagogy, and theories of representation including three book chapters: “Dreaming the Fourth Dimension: László Moholy-Nagy’s Inversions” (Paul Emmons, Federica Goffi, and Jodi La Coe, eds., Ceilings and Dreams), “Ethereal Matter” with Paul Emmons (Aki Ishida, ed., Cloud: An Interactive Installation of Light and Sound, 2016), and “Quadrature: the Joining of Truth and Illusion in the Interior Architecture of Andrea Pozzo” (Gregory Marinic, ed., Interior Architecture Theory Reader, Routledge, 2018). Her forthcoming book with Marcia Feuerstein and Paola Zellner-Bassett will be Expanding Field: Women in Architecture, Forty Projects Across the Globe with Lund Humphries.
La Coe was the lead author and designer for two previous books in 2014: Design Guide for the Borough of State College, Pennsylvania (Borough of State College) and Perimeter Protection Streetscape Handbook (The United States Department of State). Both publications detailed design guidelines for public space. In 2012, she designed and edited the Proceedings of 28th National Conference of the Beginning Design Student [NCBDS], End of/in the Beginning: Realizing the Sustainable Imagination (The Pennsylvania State University).
In addition, La Coe published extensively in the Proceedings of the National Conference of the Beginning Design Student [NCBDS] as well as other venues including Proceedings of the 104th Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture [ACSA] Annual Meeting, Shaping New Knowledges and Int|AR [Interventions|Adaptive Reuse]. These and other articles may be accessed by clicking on the links to the left.