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‘Post-2008’ as a Field of Action and Inquiry in Uneven Housing Justice Struggles

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‘Post-2008’ as a Field of Action and Inquiry in Uneven Housing Justice Struggles. / Vilenica, Ana; McElroy, Erin; Berryessa-Erich , Felicia; Wynne, Laura; Fernandez Arrigoitia, Melissa; Lancione, Michele.

In: Radical Housing Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, 01.04.2019, p. 1-7.

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Vilenica, A, McElroy, E, Berryessa-Erich , F, Wynne, L, Fernandez Arrigoitia, M & Lancione, M 2019, '‘Post-2008’ as a Field of Action and Inquiry in Uneven Housing Justice Struggles', Radical Housing Journal, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 1-7. <https://radicalhousingjournal.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/00_Editorial_1-7-1.pdf>

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Vilenica A, McElroy E, Berryessa-Erich F, Wynne L, Fernandez Arrigoitia M, Lancione M. ‘Post-2008’ as a Field of Action and Inquiry in Uneven Housing Justice Struggles. Radical Housing Journal. 2019 Apr 1;1(1):1-7.

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Vilenica, Ana ; McElroy, Erin ; Berryessa-Erich , Felicia ; Wynne, Laura ; Fernandez Arrigoitia, Melissa ; Lancione, Michele. / ‘Post-2008’ as a Field of Action and Inquiry in Uneven Housing Justice Struggles. In: Radical Housing Journal. 2019 ; Vol. 1, No. 1. pp. 1-7.

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