HOMInG @ ISA 2018 – WORLD CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY

HOMInG's PI Paolo Boccagni has co-convened two sessions at the ISA World Congress of Sociology (Toronto, 15-21 July 2018): one, with Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo (RC31), on Migrant home-making in the era of fortified borders: Reproducing the past, resisting the present, redefining the future?; another, with Margarethe Kusenbach (RC43), on Researching home: Choices, challenges, opportunities.  Abstract submission online, up to September 30: http://www.isa-sociology.org/en/conferences/world-congress/toronto-2018/call-for-abstracts/

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Researching home and migration: extended deadline (April 2)

Researching home and migration: questions, methods, prospects  An international workshop within the ERC HOMInG Project University of Trento, 5-6 June, 2017 Home, as a social setting, experience, or category, has raised increasing attention in a number of research domains, including migration and its consequences in and across societies. While several case studies have been done … Leggi tutto Researching home and migration: extended deadline (April 2)

HOMInG @ ESCAPES 2017

A session on the home-making potential of reception and housing initiatives for asylum seekers in Italy will be part of the 4th Annual conference of ESCAPES, an Italian research network on forced migration. The conference will take place in Parma next June 8-9. The session Dall'accoglienza al fare casa is convened, in Italian, by Cristina … Leggi tutto HOMInG @ ESCAPES 2017

Researching home and migration: questions, methods, prospects. An international workshop

Researching home and migration: questions, methods, prospects  An international workshop at the University of Trento, 5-6 June, 2017 Home, as a social setting, experience, or category, has raised increasing attention in a number of research domains, including migration and its consequences in and across societies. While several case studies have been done around this topic, … Leggi tutto Researching home and migration: questions, methods, prospects. An international workshop