HOMING @ ENHR 2018: MORE TOGETHER, MORE APART – MIGRATION, DENSIFICATION, SEGREGATION

HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni will participate in the Uppsala conference of the European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) next June 26-29 (http://www.enhr2018.com). His presentation will be a part of the "Housing and Refugees" Workshop (Session 3, June 28, 11-12.30). The programme of the workshop is available at this link: http://www.enhr2018.com/digitalAssets/689/c_689982-l_1-k_ws-07-housing-and-refugees.pdf See the title and abstract of his presentation below. … Leggi tutto HOMING @ ENHR 2018: MORE TOGETHER, MORE APART – MIGRATION, DENSIFICATION, SEGREGATION

Antonio Tosi: Rethinking housing as a matter of social welfare (video)

HOMInG's seminar no. 19_18, in Italian, was with Antonio Tosi, a leading expert in housing studies in Italy. In this presentation Tosi discusses the complex interaction between poverty, housing and homelessness. In doing so, he revisits the Italian case in a comparative framework. His rich and detailed analysis is of great interest for housing scholars … Leggi tutto Antonio Tosi: Rethinking housing as a matter of social welfare (video)

A seminar with Deirdre McKay: Home against home – unpacking an ethics of home-making in the Filipino diaspora 

HOMInG's seminar 20_18, next Thursday June 21 at 5pm, will be with Deirdre McKay, a geographer from Keele University. Deirdre has a very rich ethnographic research experience within the Filipino diaspora on a global scale. She has published extensively on migration and transnational relationships, kinship, emotion and remittances, among other topics. The practices and dilemmas of homemaking … Leggi tutto A seminar with Deirdre McKay: Home against home – unpacking an ethics of home-making in the Filipino diaspora 

Sara Bonfanti: “Of shifts and stitches,  field-working among Hindustanis in Amsterdam”

Of shifts and stitches,  field-working among Hindustanis in Amsterdam By Sara Bonfanti The Post highlights some epiphanies of doing ethnography in the Dutch capital, searching for patterns of Indo-Pakistani migrations, and finding savoury exceptionalities. Tags: Hindustanis, associations, migration visas, houses of worship, Netherlands.   Pic.1_Amsterdam, channelling touristsApril 2018. I shifted to the NL quite reluctantly, … Leggi tutto Sara Bonfanti: “Of shifts and stitches,  field-working among Hindustanis in Amsterdam”

Olivia Sheringham and Janetka Platun @ HOMInG: Home, migration, the city and creative practice

In HOMInG’s seminar no 17_18, last April, Olivia Sheringham and Janetka Platun gave an original account of ther participatory research on ways of home-making and feeling at home in Eastern London. Their presentation discusses the relationships between urban dwelling, migration and mobility with a particular focus on creative practice and collaboration. The speakers have drawn … Leggi tutto Olivia Sheringham and Janetka Platun @ HOMInG: Home, migration, the city and creative practice

HOMING INTERVIEW #11: Janetka Platun

HOMING INTERVIEW #11: Janetka Platun Conducted by Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia "Feeling connected to more than one place in my own mind is why I’m interested in exploring home as a concept as an artist. The more I explore the idea of home the more confused it becomes in my mind". Read the interview!

HOMInG @ ERQ 2018: Searching for whose homes? Riddles of ethnographic comparison in a collaborative research across European cities

HOMInG's Sara Bonfanti, Aurora Massa and Alejandro Miranda will give a joint presentation at the 2018  conference of Etnografia e Ricerca qualitativa (University of Bergamo). They will contribute to the session  Comparing What? Conceptualising comparison in migraton and urban studies, convened by N. Harney and A. Brighenti on June 9,  Saturday, 9.00-12.00: http://www.etnografiaricercaqualitativa.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/detailedERQ2018_DEF1.pdf See the abstract below. The paper discusses a series of methodological challenges emerging in an … Leggi tutto HOMInG @ ERQ 2018: Searching for whose homes? Riddles of ethnographic comparison in a collaborative research across European cities

RESEARCHING HOME, SOCIOLOGICALLY: P. BOCCAGNI, C. BLUNT AND A. PECHURINA @BSA 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N91c3UYAgNg At the 2018 edition of the British Sociological Association conference, a session on Researching home, sociologically was convened by Paolo Boccagni. This video includes, first, a short presentation of the session, regarding the sociological meanings and relevance of "home" as a matter of dwellings, practices and discursive categories. A research agenda for the sociology … Leggi tutto RESEARCHING HOME, SOCIOLOGICALLY: P. BOCCAGNI, C. BLUNT AND A. PECHURINA @BSA 2018