ANDREA BRIGHENTI: URBAN THRESHOLDS AND MODES OF DOMESTICATION (VIDEO)

Last October, Andrea Mubi Brighenti (University of Trento) gave a fascinating HOMInG seminar on Urban thresholds and modes of domestication. In his speech, Andrea provides a theoretically rich and historically sensitive account of thresholds. He effectively shows how the ways in which thresholds are conceived, enacted and negotiated is central to the study of homemaking, and to the geographies and … Leggi tutto ANDREA BRIGHENTI: URBAN THRESHOLDS AND MODES OF DOMESTICATION (VIDEO)

HOMING @ FRANKFURT UNIVERSITY’S WORKSHOP ON “LIFESTYLES, DWELLING AND POSTMIGRATORY SOCIETIES”

HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni and Sara Bonfanti will participate in an international workshop on Lifestyles, Dwelling and Postmigratory Societies, to take place at Goethe University Frankfurt next 13 and 14 December. Paolo will give a keynote on Homing: an emerging conceptual bridge between migration studies and social theory. Sara will give a presentation on Home-sick and home-seeking. Translocal homing strategies among Italian Punjabi households. More info!

NEW SEMINAR – FLORE GUBERT: MIGRANT HOMETOWN ASSOCIATIONS AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT IN MALI AND SENEGAL

The next HOMInG seminar will take place next Monday, December 3 at 4pm, Dpt. of Sociology. Economist Flore Gubert (DIAL, Paris) will give a presentation on Migrant hometown associations and local development in Mali and Senegal. See the abstract below. All welcome! Migrant hometown associations (HTAs) and local development in Mali & Senegal Prof. Flore GUBERT (DIAL, Paris) The presentation will first describe Malian … Leggi tutto NEW SEMINAR – FLORE GUBERT: MIGRANT HOMETOWN ASSOCIATIONS AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT IN MALI AND SENEGAL

Two meetings on refugees, home and housing in Trento

The EMES-COST research seminar Tackling the migrant and refugee challenge will take place at the Dpt. of Sociology, Trento, next November 22-23. HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni will convene a session on housing arrangements and pathways for asylum seekers and refugees.   On November 24, moreover, the EURICSE national seminar (in Italian) Territori accoglienti will take place in Trento: http://www.ideeinrete.coop/articoli-home-page/32-migranti/640-worshop-territori-accoglienti

CFP: DOES MIGRATION MAKE FOR BETTER HOMES? MIGRANT HOUSING INVESTMENTS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR INTEGRATION, TRANSNATIONAL TIES, AND THE FUTURE

A call for papers for the 2019 IMISCOE conference has just been opened by Paolo Boccagni and Marta Bivand Erdal. See details below. Deadline for application: Tuesday 27 November. Call for papers: Does migration make for better homes? Migrant housing investments and the struggle for integration, transnational ties, and the future Call for papers – for … Leggi tutto CFP: DOES MIGRATION MAKE FOR BETTER HOMES? MIGRANT HOUSING INVESTMENTS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR INTEGRATION, TRANSNATIONAL TIES, AND THE FUTURE

New seminar with Helen Taylor: Home on the Move – The negotiated meaning of home for refugees in London

The next HOMInG seminar will be with Dr. Helen Taylor, the author of a very inspiring book on Refugees and the meaning of home  The seminar will take place next November 15 at 4pm, Dpt. of Sociology. See the abstract below. All welcome! The concept of home is central to the study of forced migration: a refugee is, … Leggi tutto New seminar with Helen Taylor: Home on the Move – The negotiated meaning of home for refugees in London

HOASI – HOME AND ASYLUM SEEKERS IN ITALY: MOVING FORWARD

  The MIUR-FARE HOASI project, to study the home experience of asylum seekers and refugees in Italy, is moving one step forward. As a result of the recruitment process, two researchers have been selected: anthropologist Daniela Giudici and sociologist Enrico Fravega. They will start to work in the project in early 2019. Meanwhile, three HOASI-related events will be organized at … Leggi tutto HOASI – HOME AND ASYLUM SEEKERS IN ITALY: MOVING FORWARD