Within the annual conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists of UK and Commonwealth, held in early September 2019 at the University of East Anglia, homingers Sara Bonfanti and Aurora Massa convened a panel session on home and vulnerability. Under the title Shaking grounds: Strategies for urban resilience when homes make no safe heavens, the issue at … Leggi tutto ENRICO FRAVEGA: HOME AND VULNERABILITY AT THE ASA 2019 CONFERENCE
HOMInG's Sara Bonfanti and Aurora Massa will chair a panel at the 2019 conference of the Association of Social Anthropology (ASA), to take place in Norwich on 3-6 September. Their panel, on Shaking grounds. Strategies for urban resilience when homes make no safe havens, will be on Wednesday 4 September from 9am onwards.
Under the stream “Displacements of Power”, on Wed. 4th Sept., Bonfanti and Massa from HOMInG will hold the Panel “Shaking grounds; strategies for urban resilience when homes make no safe heavens”. The ASA 2019 Conference (Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth… isn’t it time to de-colonialize this reference?!) is taking place at … Leggi tutto HOMINGERS @ASA 2019: “ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL CHALLENGES”
HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni will present, together with Loretta Baldassar (UWA), at a two-day meeting convened by Raelene Wilding and Gwenda Tavan at La Trobe University, Melbourne. Paolo's presentation, on 29 August at 11.30, will be based on his book Migration and the search for home. Program (pdf): Symposium: “Homing”: Questions of identity and belonging in an … Leggi tutto HOMInG @ LA TROBE UNIVERSITY: QUESTIONS OF IDENTITY AND BELONGING IN AN AGE OF MOBILITY
HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni, as 2019 Visiting Fellow at UWA's Institute of Advanced Studies, will give some lectures at the University of Western Australia, over the next few days: - Monday 26 August at 6pm: Why "home" matters the most for people on the move; - Tuesday 27 August at 1pm: Researching home and migration: theory-driven aims, method-related … Leggi tutto HOMInG @ IAS-UWA: WHY “HOME” MATTERS THE MOST FOR PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni will give an invited lecture at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, next August 14 at 4pm. See the abstract below. More info: https://ari.nus.edu.sg/events/paolo-boccagni/ ABSTRACT My presentation introduces a research agenda centred on the “home-migration nexus”, as a way to renovate the theoretical, methodological and empirical bases of transnational migration studies. … Leggi tutto HOMING @ NUS – NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE: ADVANCING TRANSNATIONAL MIGRATION STUDIES THROUGH “HOME”
At the end of HOMInG's mid-term symposium, last June, a roundtable took place, involving P. Hondagneu-Sotelo, G. Sciortino, N. Harney and P. Boccagni. In the format of an open conversation, drawing from the Symposium itself, the panelists raised a number of fascinating points and challenges to advance the debate on home and migration... see below! … Leggi tutto AFTER THE MID-TERM HOMING SYMPOSIUM (2): NOTES FROM THE FINAL ROUNDTABLE
HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni is co-convening two sessions at the forthcoming Forum of the International Sociological Association, to take place in Porto Alegre in July 2020. One session, with Cecilia Menjivar (RC31 - RC06), is on Home and Violence in Immigrant Families. Comparing Imaginaries, Subjective Experiences and Social Facts across Receiving Societies.Another session, with Ruben Hernandez-Leon (RC43 - RC31), is on How Does Migration Change the … Leggi tutto HOMInG @ ISA 2020 IN PORTO ALEGRE: CALL FOR ABSTRACTS (DEADLINE: 30 SEPTEMBER)
HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni and Sara Bonfanti will bring insights from the project's evolving fieldwork into the annual IMISCOE conference, to take place in Malmo on June 26-28. Paolo, together with Marta Bivand Erdal, has convened a session on Does migration make for better homes?. In the same session, and with the same author, he will give a presentation on Migrant houses in … Leggi tutto HOMInG @ IMISCOE 2019
The mid-term symposium of the ERC-StG funded research project HOMInG – The home-migration nexus was a gathering of international and interdisciplinary scholars at Trento University to discuss the preliminary findings from different contexts all around the world on the topic HomING: displacement, suspension, projections and achievements in making home on the move.