Anna Minton

Anna Minton

Reader

Department of Architecture & Visual Arts , School of Architecture Computing and Engineering (ACE)

Anna Minton is a writer and journalist and Reader in Architecture. She is co-director of UEL's MRes Architecture: Reading the Neoliberal City. She is also the author of Ground Control, published by Penguin, and a contributor to The Guardian.

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OVERVIEW

Anna Minton is a writer and journalist and Reader in Architecture. She is co-director of UEL's MRes Architecture: Reading the Neoliberal City and a Programme Leader: MRes Architecture.

Anna is a regular contributor to The Guardian, and a frequent conference speaker and broadcaster.   

2011-2014: 1851 Royal Commission for the Great Exhibition Fellow in the Built Environment.

Link to personal website: annaminton.com

PUBLICATIONS

Chapters in Books

The Place of Housing in Modern Life, in (eds Whitworth, A) (2019). Bridging the Gap between Geography and Social Policy: Towards a spatial social policy. Policy Press.

Edited Books

  • Duman, Alberto, Hancox, Dan, Miles, Malcolm & Minton, Anna (eds) (2018) Regeneration Songs: Sounds of investment and loss. Repeater Books
  • Minton, A. Big Capital: Who is the City for? Architecture and Culture. Forthcoming 2022

All other publications

  • The Housing Crisis: A Visual Essay. Minton, A, Pace, M & Williams, H. 2016. CITY 20 (2).
  • London's Housing Crisis and its Activisms. Minton, A & Watt, P. 2016. CITY 20 (2) .
  • Fortress Britain. Minton, A; Aked, J. 2013. New Economics Foundation discussion paper.
  • Scaring the living daylights out of people: the local lobby and the failure of democracy. Minton, A. 2013. Spinwatch.