Author: Elinor Chisholm

Elinor Chisholm is a post-doctoral research fellow in public health. 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.

“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