Anthony Denzer, Ph.D., M.Arch.
I am Department Head of Civil & Architectural Engineering at the University of Wyoming.
I am an architectural historian focusing on the modern period (1920s-1960s) and social and environmental issues. And I have an interest in traditional Japanese architecture. I also study energy use in buildings, with a new focus on greenhouses and indoor farming.
In 2005 I published Gregory Ain: The Modern Home as Social Commentary.
I recently revisited this subject and wrote a book chapter entitled "Gregory Ain: Under Surveillance," which is based on new information about Ain's political activities obtained from the FBI. It will be published soon in a volume edited by Anthony Fontentot for UR (Urban Research).