Tag: urban housing

#BookReview: Terraformed

Federica Banfi , April 26th, 2021

Terraformed by Joy White aims at making sense and contextualising  the vulnerability and inequality experienced by the Afrodiasporic population of the UK. The author describes her effort as…


#Reviews: Dispossessed

Sophie Andreetta , May 27th, 2020

Drawing on two years of ethnographic fieldwork, Dispossessed considers the 2008 subprime crisis through the eyes of Sacramento homeowners and the daily work of bank officers tasked to…


The Transformation of One of New York City’s Most Famous Squats #MeadCompetition

Amy Starecheski , January 31st, 2017

The notorious C-Squat has become a kind of “house society” in which people are tied together by their connection to shared property and communal history. But can it…