In this inaugural Radical Housing Journal (RHJ) Annual Lecture, Ananya Roy will build on the manifesto of the Radical Housing Collective to explore the question of what a radical inquiry of housing entails and how such an endeavor departs from, and challenges, the canon of housing studies. She will focus on imaginations and practices of housing justice, foregrounding radical traditions of thought that make possible renewed conceptualizations of housing and humanism within and beyond the worlds of racial capitalism.
The Radical Housing Journal (RHJ) is an orientation, a praxis for doing research and action. It seeks to critically intervene in pre and post-crisis housing experiences and activist strategies from around the world without being confined to the strict dogmatism of academic knowledge production. Founded in 2018, and operating as a collective, it now counts with three peer-reviewed published issues, available in open access format at: www.radicalhousingjournal.org.
|Panelist||Ananya Roy University of California, Los Angeles||15|
|Discussant||Erin McElroy University of California - Santa Cruz||15|
|Discussant||Solange Munoz University of Tennessee||15|
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