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, is the Director of Ophouse Tiny housing project in York & co-founder of Women in Academia.
00:05:00 Origins of Alice’s research in Tiny Houses (Working from the inside out!)
00:09:25 The Place of Tiny Houses in Society
00:11:40 Legalities of Tiny House Living and Why Alice can’t live in her Tiny House
00:15:48 Communities Researched in the Study
00:17:55 Women in the current tiny house movement
00:20:29 Intergenerational Justice Issues
00:26:00 Social & Cultural Goals: Communication & Demystification of People living in Tiny Houses
00:28:45 Environmental Benefits of Tiny Houses: Sustainability!
00:30:43 Less space, less stuff, better LIFE!
00;34:00 Tiny Houses, Homelessness and affordable housing
00:38:58 Tiny Houses Nexus of accessibility to shelter and social mobility!
00:40:10 OpHouse - Tiny House Community and THE FUTURE
00:45:04 The Women in Academia Organization
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