Anitra Nelson is Associate Professor in the Centre for Urban Research School of Global, Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University, Australia. She is the author of Marx's Concept of Money: The God of Commodities (Routledge, 1999), and she co-edited Life Without Money: Building Fair and Sustainable Economies (Pluto, 2011), Housing for Degrowth (Routledge, 2018) and is the author of Small is Necessary (Pluto, 2018).
Amidst crisis and fragmentation, the need for sociable, practical and sustainable housing is manifest.
Does small mean less? Not necessarily. In an era of housing crises, environmental unsustainability and social fragmentation, the need...MORE INFO & TICKETS
Does small mean less? Not necessarily. In an era of housing crises, environmental unsustainability and social fragmentation, the need for more sociable, affordable and sustainable housing is vital. The answer? Shared living – from joint...MORE INFO & TICKETS
Could living in smaller homes and sharing our living spaces be the solution to achieving ecological sustainability and reducing social inequalities? Anitra Nelson considers how we could overcome the environmental and social challenges we face by...Read full article
A presentation and discussion in New York with activist-scholar Anitra Nelson, whose new book Small is Necessary: Shared Living on a Shared Planet (Pluto Press)...MORE INFO & TICKETS
New York book launch at the famous Bluestockings radical bookstore.
Activist-scholar Anitra Nelson talks about her new book Small is Necessary: Shared Living on a Shared Planet, which advocates low impact living via smaller...MORE INFO & TICKETS