Author: Elinor Chisholm

Elinor Chisholm is a post-doctoral research fellow. Her PhD research looked at the possibilities and limitations for tenants to take individual and collective action to improve their housing. Currently, she is working on a number of projects which further explore the connections between power and health, particular in regard to rental housing. In the media 2017. “Renters’ rights and collective action for healthy rental housing (Audio interview with Josiah Branbury).” Plains FM , 6 February. Falconer, E. 2017. “Home sweet rental home.” RNZ, 5 January. 2016. “Rights for renters: Elinor Chisholm (Audio interview with Bryan Crump).” RNZ, 25 July. Edwards, B. 2015. “Blue-Green battle over housing crisis and RMA.” NBR, January 23. Edwards, B. 2014. “National’s dangerous social housing plans.” New Zealand Herald, 7 November. Publications Chisholm, E., P. Howden-Chapman, and G. Fougere. 2017. “Renting in New Zealand: Perspectives from Tenant Advocates.” Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 12 (2). Taylor & Francis: 1–16. doi:10.1080/1177083X.2016.1272471. Chisholm, E., P. Howden-Chapman, and G. Fougere. 2016. “The Application of Hirschman’s Exit-Voice Framework to Housing Studies: A Review and Some Ways Forward.” Housing, Theory and Society 33 (4): 381–402. doi:10.1080/14036096.2016.1188849. Chisholm, E. 2016. “Renter activism in New Zealand, 1916-2016.” Labour History Project Bulletin 68 (November): 20–27. Bennett, J., P. Howden-Chapman, E. Chisholm, M. Keall, and M. Baker. 2016. “Towards an Agreed Quality Standard for Rental Housing: Field Testing of a New Zealand Housing WOF Tool.” Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health 40 (5): 405–11. doi:10.1111/1753-6405.12519. Chisholm, E. 2016. “Working for better rental housing in New Zealand.” Global Tenant: International Union of Tenants’ Quarterly Magazine. (April). Chisholm, E. 2016. Individual and Collective Action for Healthy Rental Housing in New Zealand: An Historical and Contemporary Study [Doctoral Thesis]. Wellington: University of Otago. Howden-Chapman, P., K. Amore, S. Bierre, E. Chisholm, A. Hamer-Adams, J. Ombler, and K. O’Sullivan. 2015. “What Effect Will the 2015 Budget Have on Housing?” Policy Quarterly 11 (3): 13–19. Howden-Chapman, P, Rosemary Goodyear, Amber L. Pearson, Elinor Chisholm, Kate Amore, Graciela Rivera-Munoz, and E. Woodbury. 2014. “Rebuilding Christchurch: A case of the inverse care law.” In Once in a Lifetime: City-Building After Disaster in Christchurch, edited by Barnaby Bennett, James Dann, Emma Johnson, and Ryan Reynolds. Christchurch: Freerange Press. Chisholm, E. 2014. “Distortions in policy on dogs.” Otago Daily Times, January 27. Chisholm, E, and Howden-Chapman, P. 2014. “Housing policy will destabilise life for Children.” Dominion Post, April 3. Chisholm, E., S. Bierre, and P. Howden-Chapman. 2013. “$1m-plus in Unclaimed Bonds.” Dominion Post, October 29. Chisholm, E. 2009. “Fonterra in Latin America: A Case Study of a New Zealand Company Abroad.” Political Science 61 (1): 19–32. doi:10.1177/00323187090610010301. Ladley, A., and E. Chisholm. 2008. “Who Cut the Apron Strings and When? Adopting the Statute of Westminster in New Zealand in 1947.” Political Science 60 (2): 15–40. doi:10.1177/003231870806000203. Chisholm, E. 2005. “MPs, The Media, And The Televising Of Parliament.” Political Science 57 (2): 65–73. doi:10.1177/003231870505700207. Presentations Chisholm, E. 2017. “Why private tenants do not report substandard housing: causes, implications and interventions.” In Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. Melbourne: Centre for Urban Research, RMIT. Chisholm, E. 2016. “Contemporary and historical collective action by New Zealand renters: At The Housing Crisis for Renters. Auckland: New Zealand Fabian Society, 20 October. Chisholm, E. 2016. “A century of tenant activism in New Zealand.” At Renters Resisting: Labour History Project Annual General Meeting. Wellington: Labour History Project, 21 July. Chisholm, E. 2015. “Social housing reform in historical and international context.” At Affordable Housing: Myths, Realities and Hopes for the Future conference. Wellington: Department of Public Health, University of Otago. Chisholm, E. 2013. “‘They Are Uprooting Our People’: Gentrification and Resistance in New Zealand.” At Urban Commons: Moving Beyond State and Market Conference. Berlin: Humboldt-Universität.

“Housing is central to understanding what’s happening in capitalism today” – An interview with Brett Christophers

Brett Christophers is professor at the Department of Social and Economic Geography and the Institute for Housing and Urban Research at Uppsala University, Sweden. His most recent book, The Great Leveler: … Continue reading “Housing is central to understanding what’s happening in capitalism today” – An interview with Brett Christophers