Publications

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Cahen, C., Lilli, E., and Saegert, S. 2020. Ethical action in the age of austerity: Cases of care in two community land trusts. Housing Studies. doi: 10.1080/02673037.2020.1807472.

Cahen, C., Schneider, J., and Saegert, S. 2019. Victories from insurgency: Re-negotiating housing and citizenship at the margins. Antipode, 51: 1416-1435. doi:10.1111/anti.12558

Cahen, C. 2019. Does individualizing the labor contract hurt women? Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 58: 317-375.

Bayaa, H., Cahen, C., Doss, A., Fusco, R., Gordon, R., Sarkisian, G., and Taylor, S. (2017). Learning community psychology practice competencies: Student pathways through the applied community psychology specialization. The Journal of Global Community Psychology Practice, 8(1).

  • Authors listed in alphabetical order but all contributed equally.

ARTICLES UNDER REVIEW

Cahen, C. (under review). The right-to-work in minimal cities. Environment and Planning A.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Schneider, J., Cahen, C. and Saegert, S. (2017) Formations of participation: The pathways of emergent  community land trusts. In: R. A. Hays (ed.), Neighborhood Change and Neighborhood Action: The Struggle to Create Neighborhoods that Serve Human Needs (49-91). Maryland: Lexington Books.

ESSAYS, REVIEWS AND COMMENTARY

Cahen, C & Owens, L.Z. (2020). What if we did things differently to make schools safe in the age of COVID? NJ.com, (July 2020), Accessible at https://bit.ly/33M6sDv.

Cahen, C. (2019). Ours to Lose: When Squatters Became Homeowners in New York City, by Amy Starecheski and The Urban Politics of Squatters’ Movements (The Contemporary City), by Miguel A. Martínez López. City and Community, 18(1), 416-418. doi:10.1111/cico.12376.

Cahen, C. (2017). we’ve stood, two shadows arguing

over the union and other poems.  In: N. Ignatiev (ed), Hard Crackers: Chronicles of Everyday Life #4. Summer issue 2017.

REPORTS, WORKING PAPERS AND TRADE PUBLICATIONS

Abello, O. (2020). Who Has the Right to Build Wealth in a Gentrifying Neighborhood? Interview with Claire Cahen. Next City, January 21, Accessible at: https://tinyurl.com/uhc66sb.

Wang, R., Cahen, C., Acolin, A., and Walter, R. J. (2019). Tracking Growth And Evaluating Performance Of Shared Equity Homeownership Programs During Housing Market Fluctuations. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Accessible at: https://bit.ly/2LJnkD9.

Cahen, C., Saegert, S., and Schneider, J. (2018). Interrupting Inequality through Community Control of Land. Shelterforce (Special Issue), Spring 2018, Accessible at: https://bit.ly/2JIUG3u.