Reader, School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering (ACE)
Architecture, Computing and Engineering (ACE)
Co director of 'Reading the Neoliberal City', MRes Architecture. Author of Ground Control, published by Penguin. Contributor to The Guardian
School of Architecture Computing and Engineering (ACE)
University of East London
4-6 University Way
Anna Minton is a writer and journalist and Reader in Architecture. She is co-director of UEL's MRes Architecture: Reading the Neoliberal City.
Regular contributor to The Guardian. She is a frequent conference speaker and broadcaster.
Co editor of London's Housing Crisis and its Activisms, CITY 20 (2) Special Feature. Taylor & Francis (Spring 2016)
2011-2014: 1851 Royal Commission for the Great Exhibition Fellow in the Built Environment.
Big Capital: Who is London for (Penguin 2017)
Programme Leader: MRes Architecture
Link to personal website: annaminton.com
Minton, A. Big Capital: Who is the City for? Architecture and Culture, forthcoming 2022
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) .
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.
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.
Duman, Alberto, Hancox, Dan, Miles, Malcolm & Minton, Anna (eds) (2018) Regeneration Songs: Sounds of investment and loss. Repeater Books.
Big Capital: Who is London for? (2017) Penguin.
Ground Control: Fear and Happiness in the 21st Century City (2009) Penguin.