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  • 1. Community Land Trusts Selected Bibliography Prepared by John Emmeus Davis Burlington Associates in Community Development LLC January 2006Abromowitz, David M. 2000. “An Essay on Community Land Trusts: Toward Permanently Afforda- ble Housing.” In Property and Values, Charles Geisler and Gail Daneker (eds.), 213-231. Wash- ington, DC: Island Press.Abromowitz, David M. 1992. “Community Land Trusts and Ground Leases.” Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law 1 (2): 5-6, 17.Apgar, William. 2004. Rethinking Rental Housing: Expanding the Ability of Rental Housing to Serve as a Pathway to Economic and Social Opportunity. Working Paper Series, WO4-11. Cambridge, MA: Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University.Baldassari, Carol. 1989. Limited Equity Homeownership: Programs that Create and Protect Afforda- ble Housing. Boston: Metropolitan Planning Council.Baldassari, Carol. 1988. A Catalogue of Methods for Preserving Affordable Housing. Boston: Met- ropolitan Planning Council.Barton, Stephen E. 1998. "Social Housing Versus Housing Allowances: Choosing Between Two Forms of Housing Subsidy at the Local Level." APA Journal 62:108-119.Bourassa, Steven C. 2005. The Community Land Trust as a Highway Environmental Impact Mitiga- tion Tool. Working Paper WP05SB1. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute for Land Policy. (Available on the web at: http://www.lincolninst.edu/pubs/pub-detail.asp?id=1072).Brown, Karen Destorel. 2001. Expanding Affordable Housing through Inclusionary Zoning: Lessons from the Washington Metropolitan Area. Discussion Paper prepared by the Brookings Institution Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy.Burlington Associates in Community Development. 2006. Master List of CLTs in the United States. Available on-line at: www.burlingtonassociates.comCalifornia Senate Office of Research. 2003. Permanently Affordable Housing. Available on-line at <http://www.sen.ca.gov/sor/REPORTS/REPORTS_BY_SUBJ/ECONOMY_EMPLOYMENT/PE RMANENTLYAFFORDABLEHOUSINGFYI.HTML< CLT Bibliography—Burlington Associates in Community Development LLC (January 2006) 1
  • 2. Chasnoff, Deborah and Helen Cohen. 1998. Homes & Hands: Community Land Trusts in Action. Video produced for the Institute for Community Economics by Women’s Educational Media, dis- tributed by New Day Films, Hohokus, NJ (www.newday.com).Cirillo, Marie. 2001. “Stories from an Appalachian Community.” Twentieth Annual E.F. Schumach- er Lecture, presented at Salisbury, Connecticut on October 2000. Edited and copyrighted by the E.F. Schumacher Society. Available on-line at: <http://oak.cats.ohiou.edu/~howleyc/lec-cir.htm>Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA). 2002. “Alternative Development and Owner- ship Models.” Chapter Eight in Taking the Initiative: A Guidebook on Crating Local Affordable Housing Strategies. Boston: Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association.Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA). 1990. Looking to the Future: A Report on Mechanisms for Preserving the Long-term Affordability of Privately Owned, Publicly Assisted Housing in Massachusetts. Boston: Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association.Cohen, Helen. 1994. “Diminishing Returns: A Critical Look at Subsidy Recapture.” In The Afforda- ble City: Toward a Third Sector Housing Policy, J.E. Davis (ed.), 107-121. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.Collins, Chuck and Kirby White. 1994. "Boston in the 1980s: Toward a Social Housing Policy." In The Affordable City: Toward a Third Sector Housing Policy, J.E. Davis (ed.), 201-225. Philadel- phia: Temple University Press.Community Finance Solutions & New Economic Foundation. 2005. Capturing Value for Rural Communities: Community Land Trusts and Sustainable Rural Communities. Wetherby, England: Countryside Agency Publications.Conaty, Pat, Johnston Birchall, Steve Bendle, and Rosemary Foggitt. 2003. Common Ground – for Mutual Home Ownership: Community Land Trusts and Shared-equity Co-operatives to Secure Permanently Affordable Homes for Key Workers. London: New Economics Foundation and CDS Co-operatives.Crowe, Daniel. 2004. Community Land Trusts & Mutual Housing Models: A Research Report for the Mayor of London. London: GLA Housing and Homelessness Unit, Greater London Authority.Davis, John Emmeus. 2006. “Between Devolution and the Deep Blue Sea: Whats a City or State To Do?" In A Right to Housing, Rachael Bratt, Michael Stone & Chester Hartman (eds.). Philadel- phia: Temple University Press.Davis, John Emmeus. 2005. A Primer on Membership Development for Community Land Trusts. On- line “CLT Resource Center” at: www.burlingtonassociates.com CLT Bibliography—Burlington Associates in Community Development LLC (January 2006) 2
  • 3. Davis, John Emmeus. 2001. Options & Issues in Creating a Community Land Trust. Springfield, MA: Institute for Community Economics.Davis, John Emmeus. 2000. "Homemaking: the Pragmatic Politics of Third Sector Housing." In Property and Values, Charles Geisler and Gail Daneker (eds.), 233-258. Washington, DC: Island Press.Davis, John Emmeus. 1994. The Affordable City: Toward a Third Sector Housing Policy. Philadel- phia: Temple University Press.Davis, John Emmeus. 1991. Contested Ground: Collective Action and the Urban Neighborhood. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.Davis, John Emmeus. 1984. "Reallocating Equity: A Land Trust Model of Land Reform.” In Land Reform, American Style, Charles C. Geisler and Frank J. Popper (eds.), 209-232. Totowa, NJ: Rowman & Allanheld.Davis, John Emmeus and Amy Demetrowitz. 2003. Permanently Affordable Homeownership: Does the Community Land Trust Deliver on Its Promises? Burlington, VT: Burlington Community Land Trust.Davis, John Emmeus, Tim McKenzie, and Diana Carminati. 1993. Designing a Home Equity Living Plan for Madison, Wisconsin: A Pre-feasibility Study. Madison, WI: Madison Area Community Land Trust and Independent Living, Inc.DeFilippis, James. 2004. Unmaking Goliath: Community Control in the Face of Global Capital. New York: Routledge.DeFilippis, James. 2002. “Equity vs. Equity: Community Control of Land and Housing in the United States.” Local Economy 17 (2): 149-153.DeFilippis, James. 2001. “The Myth of Social Capital in Community Development.” Housing Policy Debate 12 (4): 781-806.Diacon, Richard Clarke, and Silvia Guimaraes. 2005. Redefining the Commons: Locking in Value through Community Land Trusts. Coalville, Leicestershire, UK: Building and Social Housing Foundation.DiPasquale, Denise and Edward L. Glaeser. 1999. “Incentives and Social Capital: Are Homeowners Better Citizens?” Journal of Urban Economics 45: 354-384.Dreier, Peter. 2006. “Federal Housing Subsidies: Who Benefits and Why?” In A Right to Housing, R. Bratt, C. Hartman, and M. Stone (eds.). Philadelphia: Temple University Press.Dwyer-Voss, Ron. 1997. “Community Land Trusts: A Flexible Form of Homeownership.” Pacific Mountain Review 15(1): 1-8. CLT Bibliography—Burlington Associates in Community Development LLC (January 2006) 3
  • 4. Gent, Cathleen, William Sawyer, John Emmeus Davis, and Alison Weber. 2005. Evaluating the Ben- efits of Living in the Burlington Community Land Trust’s Rental Housing and Cooperative Hous- ing. Burlington, VT: Center for Rural Studies, University of Vermont.Greenstein, Rosalind and Yesim Sungu-Eryilmaz. 2005. “Community Land Trusts: Leasing Land for Affordable Housing.” Land Lines, Newsletter of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy 17 (2): 8-10.Harkness, Joseph and Sandra J. Newman. 2002. “Homeownership for the Poor in Distressed Neigh- borhoods: Does This Make Sense?” Housing Policy Debate 13 (3): 597-630.Harmon, Tasha R. 2003. Integrating Social Equity and Growth Management: Linking Community Land Trusts and Smart Growth. Springfield, MA: Institute for Community Economics.Harmon, Tasha R. 1998. "Who Pays the Price for Regional Planning? How to Link Growth Man- agement and Affordable Housing." Planners Network 128 (March/April).Harmon, Tasha R. 1992. Affordable Housing: The Vermont Model. Amherst, MA: Center for Rural Massachusetts, University of Massachusetts.Institute for Community Economics. 2002. Community Land Trust Legal Manual. Springfield, MA: Institute for Community Economics.Institute for Community Economics. 1993. Profiles of Community Land Trusts. Springfield, MA: Institute for Community Economics.Institute for Community Economics. 1982. The Community Land Trust Handbook. Emmaus, PA: Rodale Press.International Independence Institute. 1972. The Community Land Trust: A Guide to a New Model for Land Tenure in America. Cambridge, MA: Center for Community Economic Development.Jacobus, Rick and Amy Cohen. Forthcoming. “Creating Permanently Affordable Homeownership through Community Land Trusts.” In California Affordable Housing Deskbook, Rob Weiner and Neal Richman (eds.). Point Arena, CA: Solano Press.Jaffer, Murtaza. 2000. “Expanding Equity by Limiting Equity.” In Property and Values, Charles Geisler and Gail Daneker (eds.), 175-188. Washington, DC: Island Press.Keeley, Michael F. and Peter B. Manzo. 1992. “Resale Restrictions and Leverage Controls.” 1992. Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law 1 (2): 9-11.Krinsky, John and Sarah Hovde. 1996. Balancing Acts: The Experience of Mutual Housing Associa- tions and Community Land Trusts in Urban Neighborhoods. New York: Community Service So- ciety of New York. CLT Bibliography—Burlington Associates in Community Development LLC (January 2006) 4
  • 5. Kunz, Jonathan D. 1991. Forever Housing: State Support for Community Based, Permanently Af- fordable Housing in Connecticut. Unpublished MCP Thesis, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Levinger, George. 2001. Owning a Community Land Trust Home: A Survey Report on Homeowner Satisfaction. Springfield, MA: Institute for Community Economics.Libby, James M. and Darby Bradley. 2000. “Vermont Housing and Conservation Board: A Conspira- cy of Good Will among Land Trusts and Housing Trusts.” In Property and Values, Charles Geis- ler and Gail Daneker (eds.), 261-281. Washington, DC: Island Press.Lindsay, Vicki. 2001. “Roots of the Community Land Trust Movement.” Unpublished essay. Avail- able on-line at: <www.burlingtonassociates.com>Lubell, Jeffrey M. 2005. Strengthening the Ladder for Sustainable Homeownership. Washington, DC: National Housing Conference & Ann E. Casey Foundation.Mahan, Leah and Mark Lipman. 1996. Holding Ground: The Rebirth of Dudley Street. Video distri- buted by New Day Films, Hohokus, NJ (www.newday.com).Mallach, Alan. 2005. Building a Better Urban Future: New Directions for Housing Policies in Weak Market Cities. Montclair, NJ: National Housing Institute, Community Development Partners’ Network, The Enterprise Foundation, and Local Initiatives Support Corporation.Marcus, Beth Elyce. 1986. Resale Restrictions: Designing an Alternative Pricing Mechanism for Be- low-market Homeownership Programs. Unpublished MCP Thesis, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Matthei, Chuck. 1992. “US Land Reform Movements: the Theory Behind the Practice.” Social Policy (Spring): 36-45.McKenzie, Evan. 2003. “Common-Interest Housing in the Communities of Tomorrow.” Housing Policy Debate 14 (1 – 2): 203-234.McCulloch, Heather. 2001. Sharing the Wealth: Resident Ownership Mechanisms. Oakland, CA: Po- licyLink.Medoff, Peter and Holly Sklar. 1994. Streets of Hope: The Fall and Rise of an Urban Neighborhood. Boston, MA: South End Press.Merkley, J. 1996. “Discussion of Issues Associated with Bringing Housing into a Land Trust.” Un- published report of the Community Housing Land Trust Foundation of British Columbia.Newport, Gus. 2005. "The CLT Model: A Tool for Permanently Affordable Housing and Wealth Generation." Poverty & Race (January/February). Available on-line at: www.prrac.org/full_text.php?text_id=1022&item_id=9348&newsletter_id=79&header=Housing CLT Bibliography—Burlington Associates in Community Development LLC (January 2006) 5
  • 6. Nozick, Marcia. 1992. “Attaining Community Control.” Chapter Five in No Place Like Home: Build- ing Sustainable Communities. Ottawa: Canadian Council on Social Development.OPAL Community Land Trust. 1999. Of People And Land: Telling Our Stories, Building Homes, Creating Community. Eastsound, WA: OPAL Community Land Trust.Pitcoff, Winton. 2002. “Affordable Forever: Land Trusts Keep Housing Within Reach.” Shelterforce 24 (1): 12-15.Rioux, Gerald L. and Rick Jacobus. CLT Financing in California, Working Paper #2 – California Redevelopment Law:. Springfield, MA: Institute for Community EconomicsRioux, Gerald L. and Rick Jacobus. CLT Financing in California, Working Paper #3 – Inclusionary Housing. Springfield, MA: Institute for Community EconomicsRose, Kalima. 2001. “Beyond Gentrification: Tools for Equitable Development.” Shelterforce 23 (May/June): 10-11.Rose, Kalima and Julie Silas. 2001. Achieving Equity through Smart Growth: Perspectives from Phi- lanthropy. Oakland, CA: Policy Link and the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities.Roseland, Mark. 1992. “Linking Affordable Housing and Environmental Protection: The Community Land Trust as a Sustainable Urban Development Institution.” Canadian Journal of Urban Research 1 (December): 162-180.Sacon, Neil. 1996. Study of Alternatives for Preserving Homeownership Subsidies. Report prepared for the Bureau of Housing and Community and Development, City of Portland. Portland, OR: De- loitte & Touche LLP.Salman, Nancy. 1987. Resale Strategies. Report prepared for the neighborhood Reinvestment Corpo- ration, New England District. Boston: NRC.Salsich, Peter W. 2000. “Toward a Property Ethic of Stewardship: A Religious Perspective.” In Property and Values, Charles Geisler and Gail Daneker (eds.), 21-40. Washington, DC: Island Press.Stone, Michael. 2006. “Social Ownership.” In A Right to Housing, Rachael Bratt, Michael Stone & Chester Hartman (eds.). Philadelphia: Temple University Press.Stone, Michael. 1993. Shelter Poverty: New Ideas on Housing Affordability. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.Stone, Michael. 1986. “Homeownership without Speculation.” Shelterforce 9 (4): 12-14.Swann. Robert. 2001. Autobiography. (Especially Chapters 18-20, reviewing the Gandhian roots and American origins of the CLT movement.) Great Barrington, MA: E.F. Schumacher Society. CLT Bibliography—Burlington Associates in Community Development LLC (January 2006) 6
  • 7. Available on line at: <www.smallisbeautiful.org/about/biographies/swann_autobiography/swann_toc.html>Swann, Robert. 1972. “Land Trusts as Part of a Threefold Economic Strategy for Regional Integra- tion. Great Barrington, MA: E.F. Schumacher Society. Available on line at: <www.smallisbeautiful.org/clts/threefold_strategy.htm>Swann, Robert. 1972. “Land, Land Trusts, and Employment.” Great Barrington, MA: E.F. Schu- macher Society. Available on line at: <www.smallisbeautiful.org/clts/land_trusts_and_employment.htm>U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 1999. Homeownership Options Under the HOME Program: A Model for Publicly Held Properties and Land Trusts. Washington, DC: Of- fice of Affordable Housing Programs, Community Planning and Development.White, Kirby, Jill Lemke, and Michael Lehman. 1999. “Community Land Trusts and Rural Housing.” In Housing in Rural America, Joseph N. Belden and Robert J. Wiener (eds.), 185-194. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.White, Kirby and Charles Matthei. 1987. “Community Land Trusts.” In Beyond the Market and the State: New Directions in Community Development, Severyn T. Bruyn and James Meehan (eds.), 41-64. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.Witt, Susan and Robert Swann. 2005. “Land: the Challenge and the Opportunity.” Great Barrington, MA: E.F. Schumacher Society. Available on-line at: <www.smallisbeautiful.org/publications/essay_land.html> CLT Bibliography—Burlington Associates in Community Development LLC (January 2006) 7