NEW SEMINAR: VISUAL METHODS FOR THE STUDY OF HOME AND MIGRATION

The third seminar of HOMInG in 2018 (HS 16_18) will take place next March 19 at 11am, Dpt. of Sociology. Annalisa Frisina and Mackda Ghebremariam Tesfaù (University of Padova) will give two presentations on the role of visual methods in researching home and migration. See below for more details. As usual, All welcome!

 Visual Methods in Migration Studies. An Introduction for HOMInG researchers
The aim of the seminar is to introduce the use of visual methods in migration, ethnic and racial studies. It first briefly presents the conceptual framework for visual research elaborated by Luc Pauwels in his book Refraiming Visual Social Science (2015). It then moves to some research examples in migration studies, by presenting some visual methods for HOMInG researchers. Finally, it draws from an ongoing doctoral research on cohousing between locals and refugees in order to discuss how visual methods can be adjusted and negotiated to better fit both participants’ needs and the research design.
(Photo credit: pages from L. Pauwels, Reframing Visual Social Science: Towards a More Visual Sociology and Anthropology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015).