The Long Read

Peer-reviewed papers covering theoretical and methodological aspects in ways that are able to speak to the core ethos of the journal, which include theoretical experimentation but also an effort to go beyond the remit of academic language and knowledge. We envisage at least two of these contributions per issue, written by academics and non-academics alike.

Liquid Tenancy

"Post-crisis" economies of displacement, community organizing, and new forms of resistance

Joshua Akers, Eric Seymour, Diné Butler, and Wade Rathke // Issue 1.1

The Land Is Ours

Vulnerabilization and resistance in informal settlements in Puerto Rico: Lessons from the Caño Martín Peña Community Land Trust

Line Algoed and María E. Hernández Torrales // Issue 1.1