Child, Phil (forthcoming), The Socialist Imaginary: The Labour Party and Urban Modernism, 1945-1970 (Manchester University Press).
Child, Phil (forthcoming) ‘Race, homelessness and inner-city policy in 1980s Britain’, Urban History.
Child, Phil (2019) ‘Blacktown, Mass-Observation and the dynamics of voluntary action in mid-twentieth century England’, The Historical Journal, 63:3, 754-776
Child, Phil (2018) ‘Landlordism, Rent Regulation and the Labour Party in mid-twentieth century Britain, 1950-64’, Twentieth Century British History, 29:1, 79-103.
Book reviews and short publications
Child, Phil (forthcoming) Review: Sam Wetherell, Foundations: How the Built Environment Made Twentieth-Century Britain (Princeton, 2020), Journal of Contemporary History.
Child, Phil (2020) ‘The Labour Party Has a Long History of Fighting Landlords’, Jacobin.
Child, Phil (2020) ‘Labour’s Radical Renting History’, Tribune.
Child, Phil (2020), Review: Otto Saumarez Smith, Boom Cities: architect-planners and the politics of radical urban renewal in 1960s Britain (Oxford, 2019), Contemporary British History, 34:2, 325-326.
Child, Phil (2018) ‘Wladimir Fischer-Nebmaier Matthew P. Berg and Anastasia Christou (eds.) (2015) Narrating the City: Histories, Space and the Everyday’ Urban History, 45:1, 181-182.
Child, Phil (2016), ‘Tower block boom: how high rise apartments became the height of luxury’, The Conversation.
Child, Phil (2015), ‘Peter Shapely (ed.) (2014) People and Planning: report of the committee on public participation in planning (The Skeffington Committee Report)’ Planning Perspectives, 30:3, 484-485.
Child, Phil (2014), ‘Regulating housing: neither new nor radical’, History & Policy
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