In the final weeks of This event is part of Clear Away the Rubble / Glan an Spallaí ar Shiúl, Project is testing out a no-pressure reading group. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the gallery we will be reading from the collection of books we are gathering, dealing with the housing crisis and its solutions.
The reading group is free and open to everyone and there’s no preparation required. Just turn up and we will have copies of the text ready to read together. We are trialling different times for the group to take place, please note time changes week by week.
WEEK ONE : 1pm -2pm
“Spatial justice and housing in Ireland” Rob Kitchin, Rory Hearne and Cian O’Callaghan in Spatial Justice and the Irish Crisis, eds. Gerry Kearns, David Meredith, John Morrissey, 2014
“Actually Existing Neoliberalism: Public-Private Partnerships in Public Service and Infrastructure Provision in Ireland” Rory Hearne, in Neoliberal Urban Policy and the Transformation of the City, eds. Sinead Kelly and Andrew MacLaran, 2014
“Under One Roof: Building an Abolitionist Approach to Housing Justice” Sophie House and Krystle Okafor, N.Y.U. Journal of Legislation & Public Policy, November 2020
WEEK TWO: 11am- 12 noon
The Wee Yellow Butterfly, Cathy McCormack with Marian Pallister, 2009 (Cathy McCormack’s story of housing activism in Glasgow, selected by Helen Charman)
“What Did the Rent Strikers Do Next? Women and ‘The Politics of the Kitchen’ in Interwar Scotland”, Annmarie Hughes and Valerie Wright, in Rent and Its Discontents: A Century of Housing Struggle, ed Neil Gray, 2018
City of Flows : Modernity, Nature, and the City, Maria Kaika, 2004 (selected by Avril Corroon)
WEEK THREE : 5pm – 6pm
“Cutting the wire: The story of the landless movement in Brazil”, Sue Branford and Jan Rocha, 2002 (selected by Tommy Gavin)
Urban Warfare: Housing Under the Empire of Finance, Raquel Rolnik, 2019
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Project Arts Centre is proud to be supported by the Arts Council Ireland and Dublin City Council.