The Radical Housing Journal (RHJ) is a journal published since 2019 by a collective of self-described activist-scholars.
There's a lot of interesting content whether you agree with their editorial line or not, and this is how they describe the project:
The urgency of the project is obviously also a product and response to the level of mobilization around the fight for the right to housing and the city that has been taking place in recent years worldwide. Perhaps, the RHJ was, in a sense, bound to happen. This said, many of us have been involved in radical housing politics and politically engaged research before concepts such as gentrification became such hot topics. For a very long time we have lacked a genuinely open place to discuss housing as a practice in the making, as a space of contestation, and as a politics in its own regard, beyond the calculus of academic citations and the confinements of normative urban studies and housing theory. Crucially, we have lacked a space that scholars, scholar-activists, activists, artists and many more could use to debate ideas, advance knowledge, theory and practices around a radical approach to housing.
For us, that ‘radicality’ lies in how we approach housing as a fundamentally political question, inseparable from implicated, everyday practices of inhabiting space and challenging the forces that make the world unhomely and uninhabitable. It also lies in the journal’s capacity to be put to use by its makers and readers. It is a radicality that has its own political orientation – as clearly expressed in our Manifesto – which pivots around the following points... (read more)
At the time of writing (November 2020), they have published three issues:
April 2019. Issue 1.1. ‘Post-2008’ as a Field of Action and Inquiry in Uneven Housing Justice Struggles: https://radicalhousingjournal.org/issue/1-1
September 2019. Issue 1.2. Interrogating Rent: Structures, Struggles and Subjectivities: https://radicalhousingjournal.org/issue/1-2
May 2020. Issue 2.1. The renewed ‘crisis’: Housing struggle before and after the pandemic: https://radicalhousingjournal.org/issue/2-1