Tahl Kaminer is Lecturer in Architectural Design and Theory at the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (University of Edinburgh). Tahl completed his PhD at TU Delft in 2008, and received his MSc Architecture Theory and History from the Bartlett in 2003. Tahl is a co-founder of the academic journal Footprint, and edited two of its issues. Routledge recently published his doctoral dissertation as Architecture, Crisis and Resuscitation: The Reproduction of Post-Fordism in Late-Twentieth-Century Architecture. He has also co-edited the volumes Houses in Transformation (NAi, 2008), Urban Asymmetries (010, 2011) and Critical Tools (Lettre Voilee, 2012).