Affective experiences in radical housing alternatives: The cases of Barcelona, Berlin and Rome
Josefina is a doctoral researcher studying the prefigurative politics of radical housing initiatives, placing particular emphasis on the affective aspects of collective life. Her research is situated at the intersection of housing studies, geographies of grassroots activism, and theories of affect.
Josefina holds an MSc in Urban Studies from University College London and a BA in Political Science from the Universidad Católica de Chile. Her previous work explored how feminist demonstrations and artistic interventions in public space are cases of encouraging different ways of perceiving and relating that challenge hegemonic discourses and practices.
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- Campos-Medina, L., Jaureguiberry-Mondion, J. and Silva-Roquefort, R. (2020) The space of the absent. Emotion, Space and Society, 37. 100712.
- Silva-Roquefort, R., Campos-Medina, L. and Jaureguiberry-Mondion, J. (2020) Ropa tendida: Gestos de la experiencia cotidiana de la ciudad. Revista Rupturas, 10(2): 127-142.