PUBLICATIONS / RESEARCH

Below you will find links to Stuart’s relevant writings and research on housing in chronological order starting with the most recent.

 

Grenfell Foretold: a Very Neoliberal Tragedy’. In Catherine Needham, Elke Heins, and James Rees (eds) Social Policy Review 30: Analysis and debate in social policy, pp. 5-26, (Bristol: Policy Press, 2018)

 

Beyond the Rent Strike, Towards the Commons: Why the Housing Question Requires Activism that Generates its Own Alternatives’ (with Tim Joubert). In: Neil Gray (ed), Rent and its Discontents; A Century of Housing Struggle (Rowman and Littlefield International, 2018)

 

Housing Policy in Crisis: An International Perspective’ (with Desiree Fields). Housing Policy Debate, 28 (1), pp. 1-5, 2018,  

 

Housing for the Many... and the Few?’. In: Mike Phipps (ed), For the Many: Preparing Labour for Power (OR Books, 2017)

 

The Housing Question Today’ (October 2017): essay for the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art exhibition (October 2017- January 2018) on 'The Housing Question', based on Friedrich Engels 1872 polemic

 

Not Fit For Purpose: Residents’ Experiences of E.ON’s District Heating System on the Myatts Field North Estate and Oval Quarter development in Lambeth’ (with Ruth London), (April, 2017)

 

'The Resistible Rise of Urban Dispossession in Europe', pp.15-21, in European Action Coalition for the Right to Housing and to the City, Resisting Evictions across Europe (May 2016) 

 

Locating Displacement in Latin American Urbanism’ (with Georgia Alexandri and Sara Gonzalez), Revista INVI, 31 (88), pp. 9-25, 2016 

 

Speculating on London's Housing Future: The Rise of Global Corporate Landlords In ‘Post-Crisis’ Urban Landscapes’ (with Joe Beswick, Desiree Fields, Georgia Alexandri, Michael Janoschka, Sonia Vives-Miró) City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action, 20 (2), pp. 321-341, 2016  

The Resistible Rise of Urban Dispossession in Europe’, Red Pepper, 2016

 

Grounding Accumulation by Dispossession in Everyday Life: the Unjust Geographies of Urban Regeneration under the Private Finance Initiative’ (with Chris Essen), International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 7 (1), pp. 72-91, 2015

 

'Resident Experiences of Internal Refurbishments under the Myatts Field North PFI Contract' (with Jacqui Dyer and Chris Essen), 2014


'Health and Safety Concerns on the Myatts Field North estate under the Private Finance Initiative' (with Chris Essen, Uzoamaka Okafor, Jeanne Cornillon, and Steve Hack), 2014  

Neoliberal Housing Policy - Time For a Critical Re-appraisal’ (with Paul Watt and Gerry Mooney) Critical Social Policy, 33 (1), pp. 3-16, 2013

 

The Return of Class War Conservatism? Housing under the UK Coalition Government’ (with Glyn Robbins), Critical Social Policy, 33 (1), pp. 57-77, 2013

How the Conservatives Ruined Social Housing’, The Independent, October 2012


Criminalising squatting is the real crime’, Red Pepper, March 2012

 

The Return of the Housing Question’, Ephemera: theory and politics in organization, 12 (4), pp. 423-444, 2012 

 

The New Urban Enclosures’, City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action, 16 (5), pp. 500-518, 2012

Revenge of the repossessed’, Red Pepper, July 2011


The Neoliberal Project, Privatisation and the Housing Crisis’ / 'The Return of Class War Conservatism: the Realities of Housing in the Big Society / 'Housing Benefit Cuts: Educate, Agitate, Organise!', articles in Corporate Watch magazine 50/51 autumn/winter special issue, Housing Crisis?

 

The Private Finance Initiative in English Council Housing Regeneration: a Privatisation too Far?’, Housing Studies, 26 (6), pp. 911-932, 2011 

 

Housing Regeneration and the Private Finance Initiative in England: Unstitching the Neoliberal Urban Straitjacket’, Antipode, 43 (2), pp. 358-383, 2011  

 

Housing in Common: in Search of a Strategy for Housing Alterity in England in the 21st Century’, In: Duncan Fuller, Andy Jonas, and Roger Lee (eds). Interrogating Alterity: Alternative Economic and Political Spaces (Routledge, 2010)


From Popular Capitalism to Third-Way Modernisation: the Case of Leeds’, In: Sarah Glynn (ed) Where the Other Half Lives: Lower-income Housing in a Neoliberal World (London: Pluto Press, 2009)

Leeds: Skyscraper City’ (with Paul Chatterton), The Yorkshire and Humber Regional Review, Spring 2007

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