Francesco Zuddas is senior lecturer in Architecture at Anglia Ruskin University. He has previously taught at the Università degli Studi di Cagliari, the Architectural Association, Central Saint Martins and the Leeds School of Architecture. In 2014 he was visiting research scholar at Columbia University. His writings on postwar Italian urbanism and architecture, space and higher education, architectural pedagogy and the spatial implications of changing production paradigms to meet the knowledge economy, have appeared in AA Files, Domus, Oase, San Rocco, Territorio, and Trans,among others. He is the co-author of Territori della Conoscenza: Un Progetto per Cagliari e la sua Università (2017, with Martino Tattara and Sabrina Puddu) and of Made in Taiwan: Architecture and Urbanism in the Innovation Economy (2012, with Sabrina Puddu). His latest book is The University as a Settlement Principle: Territorialising Knowledge in Late 1960s Italy (2019).
As of November 2019