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Podcast by The Best Taylor and Francis Housing Journals: International Journal of Housing Policy; Housing Studies; and Housing Theory and Society

Housing Journal Podcast The Best Taylor and Francis Housing Journals: International Journal of Housing Policy; Housing Studies; and Housing Theory and Society

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Podcast by The Best Taylor and Francis Housing Journals: International Journal of Housing Policy; Housing Studies; and Housing Theory and Society

    6. Housing Journal Podcast - Dec 2019

    6. Housing Journal Podcast - Dec 2019

    In this episode:

    - Desiree Fields, Lecturer in the Department of Geography at The University of California, Berkeley, talks to Julie Lawson from Housing, Theory and Society about how digital platforms are changing housing markets and how housing researchers can get to grips with the logics underpinning these platforms.

    - Beth Watts sits down with Hal Pawson and Ed Ferrari, the incoming Editors at Housing Studies and then Dallas Rogers from the International Journal of Housing Policy catches up with the outgoing editor, Richard Ronald from the University of Amsterdam. Richard talks about an upcoming Special Issue that brings a new approach to how we think about multiple property ownership, and we hear about the changing publication landscape in housing studies and pick up some publishing tips for Early Career Researchers from Hal, Ed and Richard.

    Housing Journal Podcast is a collaboration of the leading housing journals; International Journal of Housing Policy, Housing Studies, and Housing Theory and Society.

    Subscribe to the podcast: itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/housi…d1442996022?mt=2

    Follow us on Twitter:

    @IJHPEditors for the International Journal of Housing Policy
    @HousingJournal for Housing Studies
    @HousingTheory for Housing Theory and Society

    • 29 min
    5. Housing Journal Podcast - Part 2 - Aug 2019

    5. Housing Journal Podcast - Part 2 - Aug 2019

    We're talking about self-organised housing, urban activism, the post-political, riots and homelessness.

    Part 1
    Beth Watts is talking homelessness with to her colleagues Glen Bramley and Suzanne Fitzpatrick. Glen is Professor of Urban Studies at the Institute for Social Policy, Housing, and equalities research (I-SPHERE) at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. Suzanne Fitzpatrick is Professor of Housing and Social Policy and also at I-SPHERE.

    Part 2
    Emma Power talks with Tom Moore about his recent special issue in the journal on self-organised housing in the International Journal of Housing Policy. Tom is a Lecturer in Planning at the University of Liverpool, UK.

    Julie Lawson and Cian O'Callaghan, researcher from Trinity College Dublin, talk to Erik Swyngedouw, Professor of Geography at Manchester University, about his new book. Julie also talks to Markus Holdo, Uppsala University, about riots.

    Housing Journal Podcast is a collaboration of the leading housing journals; International Journal of Housing Policy, Housing Studies, and Housing Theory and Society.

    Subscribe to the podcast: itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/housi…d1442996022?mt=2

    Follow us on Twitter:

    @IJHPEditors for the International Journal of Housing Policy
    @HousingJournal for Housing Studies
    @HousingTheory for Housing Theory and Society

    • 39 min
    5. Housing Journal Podcast - Part 1 - Aug 2019

    5. Housing Journal Podcast - Part 1 - Aug 2019

    We're talking about the self-organised housing, urban activism, the post-political, riots and homelessness.

    Part 1
    Beth Watts is talking homelessness with to her colleagues Glen Bramley and Suzanne Fitzpatrick. Glen is Professor of Urban Studies at the Institute for Social Policy, Housing, and equalities research (I-SPHERE) at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. Suzanne Fitzpatrick is Professor of Housing and Social Policy and also at I-SPHERE.

    Part 2
    Emma Power talks with Tom Moore about his recent special issue in the journal on self-organised housing in the International Journal of Housing Policy. Tom is a Lecturer in Planning at the University of Liverpool, UK.

    Julie Lawson and Cian O'Callaghan, researcher from Trinity College Dublin, talk to Erik Swyngedouw, Professor of Geography at Manchester University, about his new book. Julie also talks to Markus Holdo, Uppsala University, about riots.

    Housing Journal Podcast is a collaboration of the leading housing journals; International Journal of Housing Policy, Housing Studies, and Housing Theory and Society.

    Subscribe to the podcast: itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/housi…d1442996022?mt=2

    Follow us on Twitter:

    @IJHPEditors for the International Journal of Housing Policy
    @HousingJournal for Housing Studies
    @HousingTheory for Housing Theory and Society

    • 35 min
    4. Housing Journal Podcast - June 2019

    4. Housing Journal Podcast - June 2019

    We're talking about the financialisation of housing, LGBT+ and housing, and housing as a site of emotions and relationship building.

    Dr Julie Lawson from Housing Theory and Society talks to Professor Willem Korthals Altes about his new article, Annington versus Deutsche Annington: Private Equity and Housing in the Anglo-Saxon and Rhenish Contexts. (Available here: https://doi.org/10.1080/14036096.2018.1479300)

    Dr Dallas Rogers from International Journal of Housing Policy catches up with Dr Peter Mathews. They discuss Peter's article - written with colleagues Christopher Poyner & Richard Kjellgren - on Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer experiences of homelessness and identity: insecurity and home(o)normativity. (Available here: https://doi.org/10.1080/19491247.2018.1519341)

    Dr Beth Watts from Housing Studies talks to Associate Professor Hazel Easthope about her plenary talk at the 2019 HSA Conference on the theme of housing as a site of emotions and relationship building.

    Housing Journal Podcast is a collaboration of the leading housing journals; International Journal of Housing Policy, Housing Studies, and Housing Theory and Society.

    Subscribe to the podcast: itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/housi…d1442996022?mt=2

    Follow us on Twitter:

    @IJHPEditors for the International Journal of Housing Policy
    @HousingJournal for Housing Studies
    @HousingTheory for Housing Theory and Society

    • 25 min
    3. Housing Journal Podcast - April 2019

    3. Housing Journal Podcast - April 2019

    This month we're reporting from the Housing Studies Association Conference in Sheffield, UK.

    Julie Lawson from Housing Theory and Society talks to Professor Alan Morris about his new book, Gentrification and Displacement: The Forced Relocation of Public Housing Tenants in Inner-Sydney(Springer). https://www.uts.edu.au/staff/alan.morris

    Dallas Rogers from International Journal of Housing Policy catches up with Michele Lancione. They discuss Michele's new IJHP Future Housing Essay, titled Radical Housing: Rethinking the Politics of Urban Precarity. https://urbaninstitute.group.shef.ac.uk/who-we-are/dr-michele-lancione/

    Beth Watts from Housing Studies talks to Ryan Powell about the HSA conference theme and what to expect from the conference. https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/usp/staff/ryan_powell

    Housing Journal Podcast is a collaboration of the leading housing journals; International Journal of Housing Policy, Housing Studies, and Housing Theory and Society.

    Subscribe to the podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/housing-journal-podcast/id1442996022?mt=2

    Follow us on Twitter:

    @IJHPEditors for the International Journal of Housing Policy
    @HousingJournal for Housing Studies
    @HousingTheory for Housing Theory and Society

    • 20 min
    2. Housing Journal Podcast - February 2019

    2. Housing Journal Podcast - February 2019

    This month we are reporting from the Australasian Housing Researchers Conference in Adelaide, Australia. Joining us in Adelaide is Julie Lawson, Associate Editor of Housing Theory and Society, and Emma Power, Editor of the International Journal of Housing Policy. We Skype in with Beth Watts a little later in the podcast to see what’s happening over at Housing Studies

    Emma catches up with Professor Keith Jacobs to talk his new article with Tony Manzi on housing and financialisation. Keith is a Professor of Sociology and Director of the Housing and Community Research Unit at the University of Tasmania. Tony is Head of Geography, Environment and Planning at Sheffield Hallam University

    Julie Lawson corners Professor David Clapham, and asks David about his time as editor of Housing Theory and Society, and the role of theory in housing research. David is Professor of Housing and Urban Studies in the Department of Urban Studies at the University of Glasgow, and, he famously popularised the idea of housing pathways in his book, The Meaning of Housing.

    Housing Journal Podcast is a collaboration of the leading housing journals; International Journal of Housing Policy, Housing Studies, and Housing Theory and Society.

    Subscribe to the podcast: http://ijhp.online/pod/

    Follow us on Twitter:

    @IJHPEditors for the International Journal of Housing Policy
    @HousingJournal for Housing Studies
    @HousingTheory for Housing Theory and Society

    • 22 min

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