Sam Wetherell

Lecturer in Discipline in British History

Columbia University

Sam Wetherell specializes in the nineteenth and twentieth century history of cities and the built environment in Britain. He has also written on the unmaking of national economies in the postwar period in Britain, Ireland and Hong Kong and on community arts in London in the 1970s and 1980s. He is working to turn his dissertation into a book about the urban and infrastructural roots of British twentieth century political change.