HOMInG’s Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia will present his paper “‘Living with the fear of dying without seeing one’s family again: Exploring the Ageing-Home-Migration Nexus” at the Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing’s Webinar Series. Date: 3 December, 2-3 PM (GMT) Registration Link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEvcOuqqDoiHNHgJPK3XqTjtzS4LR3gsw-O Ageing in the context of global migrations MICRA Webinar Series What … Leggi tutto HOMING at the MICRA Series: AGEING IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL MIGRATIONS (3 DECEMBER)
HOMInG's Stefania Toma will present a co-authored paper, next week, at the international online conference Social dynamics. Inequalities, integration, mobility and migration (16-17 November). The conference is organized by the Társadalomtudományi Kutatóközpont at the Centre for Social Sciences in Budapest. Stefania's joint presentation with László Fosztó will be on "Going abroad for Making a Home at Home". See the abstract below. Stefánia Toma – … Leggi tutto HOMING @ “Social dynamics. Inequalities, integration, mobility and migration” (November 16-17)
HOMInG’s Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia will present his paper "'I couldn't attend my mother's funeral and now I have to live with that': Exploring the interplay between migration, ageing and home" at EASA (European Association of Social Anthropologists), 16th Biennial Conference. 'I couldn't attend my mother's funeral and now I have to live with that': … Leggi tutto HOMInG at EASA 2020: New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe
The Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile (MIDEX), based at the University of Central Lancashire, in collaboration with HOMInG, will host the symposium Making Home, Doing Belonging: Mobilities and Immobilities in Experience, Theory and Policy. The symposium will be held on Monday 15th June 2020 at UCLan, Preston. Abstracts not exceeding 300 words, including full title and contact details, should … Leggi tutto CFP “MAKING HOME, DOING BELONGING”: EXTENDED DEADLINE (MARCH 25)
Notes from IMISCOE 2020 Spring Conference by Daniela Giudici IMISCOE Spring Conference 2020 took place at the Geographic and Spatial Planning Institute (IGOT) in Lisbon (6-7 February). As some researchers remarked during the opening ceremony, the sun shined over the conference and a genuine “spring” temperature made Lisbon a very pleasant place where to escape … Leggi tutto Daniela Giudici: “Notes from IMISCOE 2020 Spring Conference”
The Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile (MIDEX), based at the University of Central Lancashire, in collaboration with HOMInG, will host the symposium Making Home, Doing Belonging: Mobilities and Immobilities in Experience, Theory and Policy. The symposium will be held on Monday 15th June 2020 at UCLan, Preston. Abstracts not exceeding 300 words, including … Leggi tutto CFP: “MAKING HOME, DOING BELONGING: MOBILITIES AND IMMOBILITIES IN EXPERIENCE, THEORY AND POLICY” (UCLAN, JUNE 15th; DEADLINE, FEBRUARY 26th)
Several researchers from HOMInG and HOASI will participate in the Imiscoe Spring conference to take place at IGOT, University of Lisbon, on February 6-7. In particular, Paolo Boccagni will give a presentation on “... as if it is your home”: Homemaking and the negotiation of care, privacy and control in an asylum reception facility in … Leggi tutto HOMInG @ HOUSING AND MIGRATION IN UNCERTAIN TIMES – IMISCOE SPRING CONFERENCE, LISBON
HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni will give a presentation at an International workshop on Time for utopia: Youths and Islam between past and future, to take place in Rome (Sapienza University) next January 16-17. The title of Paolo's presentation is "From a frozen present to a frozen future? Waiting, negotiating temporalities and envisioning a better future within a … Leggi tutto HOMING @ “TIME FOR UTOPIA: YOUTHS AND ISLAM BETWEEN PAST AND FUTURE”
Sara Bonfanti (University of Trento) “Brown struggles and hoary settlers: the fragmented chronicles of Panjabis in Southall” MAX PLANCK RESEARCH GROUP “Ageing in a Time of Mobility” MPI-MMG, Hermann-Föge-Weg 12 Lecture Series 2019 Tuesday, 3 December 2019, 14:00-15:30 Abstract
HOMInG's Luis Eduardo Pérez Murcia will give a seminar on aging, migration and home at the University of Manchester, GDI Migration, Refugees and Asylum Research Group, next Thursday November 21 at 4pm.
HOMInG’s Milena Belloni and Aurora Massa will present their paper «Accumulated homelessness: Analysing protracted displacement along Eritreans’ trajectories» at the workshop Stay, move-on, return: Dynamics of mobility aspirations in contexts of forced displacement organised by Lea Müller-Funk (Department of Sociology), Natalie Welfens (Department of Political Science), Saskia Bonjour (Department of Political Science) at the Amsterdam Centre … Leggi tutto On accumulated homelessness in refugees’ lives: HOMInG @ «Stay, move-on, return: Dynamics of mobility aspirations in contexts of forced displacement» (6-7th November, Amsterdam)
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”