Irene Cieraad: Anthropological perspectives of home (VIDEO)

Irene Cieraad, a well-know anthropologist of domestic space and material culture based at TU Delft, gave the third HOMInG seminar of 2017. Her talk traces anthropological approaches on the study of domestic environments, as well as the historical development of home in Western culture. In examining multiple conceptualisations of home, Cieraad foregrounds the significance of … Leggi tutto Irene Cieraad: Anthropological perspectives of home (VIDEO)

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Black and Brown on Common Ground: a seminar with Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo

Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo (University of Southern California) will be a Visiting Professor at the Department of Sociology of the University of Trento in May-June 2016. Next May 22, at 2.30pm, Pierrette will give a seminar on how Latino and African American men create a sense of place, belonging and civic culture.   All welcome!    Abstract: How … Leggi tutto Black and Brown on Common Ground: a seminar with Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo

RESEARCHING HOME AND MIGRATION: ONLINE REGISTRATION OPEN

All welcome to register on http://webmagazine.unitn.it/evento/sociologia/21185/erc-homing-project Online Registration The online Registration will close on May 24 Organizing Commeette: Paolo Boccagni, Sara Bonfanti, Aurora Massa, Alejandro Miranda Contacts and information: homing@unitn.it Registration fees Researchers in a permanent position: Euro 70,00 Researchers in a non-permanent position, students, researchers from ISA "B" and "C" countries: Euro 50,00 The registration fee … Leggi tutto RESEARCHING HOME AND MIGRATION: ONLINE REGISTRATION OPEN

Anthropological perspectives of home: a seminar with Irene Cieraad

The third  2017 seminar of HOMInG will be with Irene Cieraad, an anthropologist at TU Delft, The Netherlands. Irene, a well-known anthropologist of domestic space and material culture, will give a seminar on Anthropological perspectives of home next May 9, Tuesday, at 2.30pm (Dpt. of Sociology). Her main discussant will be Ester Gallo. As usual, … Leggi tutto Anthropological perspectives of home: a seminar with Irene Cieraad

HOMInG and the Trento Summer School in Ethnography: extended deadline (May 14)

The research team of HOMInG will contribute to the International Summer School in Ethnography (5th edition) which will take place in Trento next September 10-15. Guest speakers will include M. Butcher, J.W. Duyvendak, S. Jansen and C. Mattiucci. The school is addressed to PhD students and postdocs across social sciences. The 2017 edition will be … Leggi tutto HOMInG and the Trento Summer School in Ethnography: extended deadline (May 14)

Adriano Cancellieri: Why home-making matters – Perché il “fare casa” è importante (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9S-7svB-fQ The second HOMInG seminar of 2017 (in Italian), with Adriano Cancellieri (IUAV, Venice), has emphasized the significance of home-making as an anthropological need and an emotionalized, emplaced and embodied day-to-day experience. Based on his own fieldwork and theoretical elaboration, Adriano makes a case for six dimensions to be constitutive of a progressive sense of … Leggi tutto Adriano Cancellieri: Why home-making matters – Perché il “fare casa” è importante (video)

HOMInG @ SIEF 2017 – Ways of Dwelling

Two HOMInG researchers will participate, next week, in the 2017 conference of SIEF (International Society for Ethnology and Folklore) on Ways of Dwelling: Crisis, Craft, Creativity (Gottingen, March 27-30). Paolo Boccagni will give a presentation on Homing in migrants' everyday lives - a conceptual framework (session Home04- Makeshift homing, March 29 at 8.30am). Sara Bonfanti … Leggi tutto HOMInG @ SIEF 2017 – Ways of Dwelling

New HOMInG Fellows

Three HOMInG research fellows have eventually been selected, and will start working on the project next month. They are social anthropologists Sara Bonfanti and Aurora Massa, and cultural sociologist Alejandro Miranda. Looking forward to homing them!

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)