Dr Nick Bullock
Nicholas Bullock is Reader in Architectural and Planning History in the Department of Architecture, Cambridge, a Fellow of King’s College and teaches at the Graduate School of the Architectural Association. He has written on the housing reform movement in 19th and early 20th century Germany and France and on aspects of Modernism both between the wars and after 1945. His latest book, Building the Post-War World, Modern Architecture and Reconstruction in Britain, was published in 2002. He is currently researching a book on Modernisation, architecture and the city in post-war France 1945-73.