The Tiny House Movement

Featuring Researcher Alice Wilson

Alice Wilson is an ERSC funded PhD researcher in Urban Sociology at the University of York in the U.K. Wilson’s PhD research focuses on the experiences of women in the UK Tiny House movement and the potential that Tiny Houses have to address inter-generational justice issues whilst moving closer to achieving our environmental justice goals in the U.K. and around the world. As well, Wilson is the Director of OpHouse Tiny housing project in York & co-founder of Women in Academia.

We discuss the housing crisis, neoliberal governance, feminism, nature connection and more in the tiny house movement.

Connect with Alice via her website http://tinyhouseresearch.co.uk/ OR Twitter https://twitter.com/neither_both

Listen to the Podcast http://www.transnaturalperspectives.com/#podcast

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