RE: Coho J articles
From: stuart (
Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2006 09:04:41 -0800 (PST)
Perhaps you could ask the magazine to send you copies of the articles,
they might be willing to do that, especially if you offered to pay for
the copying costs.

Stuart Joseph, 802-463-1954
Project Director
Caer Coburn, a traditional village based upon intentional communities
and co-housing
Rockingham, Vermont, USA

> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [C-L]_ Coho J articles
> From: Paula Gilmour <paula [at]>
> Date: Fri, January 20, 2006 7:13 pm
> To: Cohousing-L <cohousing-l [at]>
> Hello cohousers,
> I looking for help getting copies of the following articles listed below,
> which were published in past issues of Cohousing Journal.  I am interested
> in these for my graduate research on cohousing. They are not available from
> any libraries in my area, nor can I order them through interlibrary loan.
> It also does appear that I can buy back issues from The Cohousing Network,
> although I don't really need the entire issues.  How did I learn about these
> articles, you might ask, if I cannot find them in any library database? They
> are referenced in past graduate research on cohousing.
> If you can help, I would love to here from you.  I am a member of Bellingham
> Cohousing, although right now I am in Eugene, OR attending graduate school.
> Thankyou,
> Paula Gilmour
> paula [at]
> CoHousing Journal articles:
> Leach, Jim. Spring 1999. Cohousing Can Add to "New Urbanism" Neighborhoods.
> Norwood, K. Spring 1999. Can Cohousing Fit in a Neo-Traditional Town?
> Lindemann, Don. Summer 1995. Approaches to Development: An Overview.  Five
> Models for Developing Cohousing Communities. 
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