Samuel Candler Dobbs
Bernini's Beloved: A Portrait of Costanza Piccolomini, Yale University Press, 2012.
Bernini and the Bell Towers: Architecture and Politics at the Vatican, Yale University Press, 2002.
Filippo Juvarra: Drawings from the Roman Period, 1704-1714. Part II. Edizioni dell'Elefante, Rome, 1999.
Antichità, teatro, magnificenza: Renaissance & Baroque images of Rome. Atlanta, Georgia: Michael C. Carlos Museum, 2013.
Digital Humanities Project
“Falda’s Map as a Work of Art,” article forthcoming in The Art Bulletin, 2019.
“The House of Costanza Scultora.” Getty Research Institute volume: The Display of Art in Roman Palaces 1550-1750, Los Angeles, 2014, 107-111.
“Teatro,” in Antichità, Teatro, Magnificenza: Renaissance and Baroque Images of Rome, exhibition catalogue, edited S. McPhee, Atlanta, Georgia: Michael C. Carlos Museum, 2013, 22-39.
“Rome 1676: Falda’s View," in Piante di Roma. La città dal Rinascimento ai catasti, Rome: Artemide, 2012, 232-243.
“The Long Arm of the Fabbrica: St. Peter’s and the City of Rome,” in Sankt Peter in Rom 1506-2006. Beiträge der internationalen Tagung Bonn 22.-25. Februar 2006. Munich: Hirmer Verlag, 2008, 341-362.
“Bernini's Books," The Burlington Magazine, July 2000, 442-448. Rome: Artemide, 2012, 232-243.
“The Architect as Reader," Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, September 1999, 454-461.
Interviews and Podcasts
Interview: Krys Boyd of KERA public radio program "Think" interviews Sarah McPhee about Bernini's Beloved: A Portrait of Costanza Piccolomini, April 2013. Click here to listen to the interview
Podcast: Bernini's Beloved, National Gallery of Art podcast, March 10, 2013. Click here to listen to the podcast
Podcast: James Cuno of the Getty interviews Sarah McPhee at the Jaipur Literary Festival, January 2016. Click here to listen to the podcast
The Eye of the Etcher: A Brief Life of Giovanni Battista Falda
A Topographical Life of Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Borromini and Bernini; The Italian Garden; The City of Rome; Artistic Biography in the Renaissance and the Baroque; Architectural Competition; Rome in Print; Envisioning Baroque Rome