NEW SEMINAR: CECILIA MENJIVAR ON THE CRIMINALIZATION OF IMMIGRANTS THROUGH LAW AND MEDIA IN THE US

Next Wednesday, September 11 at 17.30, a new HOMInG seminar will take place with Prof. Cecilia Menjivar (@menjivar_ceci), a leading migration scholar from the University of California, Los Angeles. See the abstract of her presentation below. All invited! The Criminalization of Immigrants through Law and Media in the United States Prof. Cecilia Menjivar (UCLA) This presentation … Leggi tutto NEW SEMINAR: CECILIA MENJIVAR ON THE CRIMINALIZATION OF IMMIGRANTS THROUGH LAW AND MEDIA IN THE US

NEW SEMINAR – ALEJANDRO MIRANDA: HOME AS INFRASTRUCTURE, PROCESS AND PRACTICE

HOMInG Seminar 32_2019, on April 12 at 11am (Dpt. of Sociology), will be with cultural sociologist Alejandro Miranda Nieto. Alejandro will revisit his fieldwork as "hominger", between 2017 and 2019, by connecting the study of home and migration with research on material infrastructures and affordances. See the abstract below. All welcome!   Home as infrastructure, … Leggi tutto NEW SEMINAR – ALEJANDRO MIRANDA: HOME AS INFRASTRUCTURE, PROCESS AND PRACTICE

NEW SEMINAR – PEGGY LEVITT: Creating Home – National Literature as a Window on Belonging

HOMInG Seminar 31_2019, on April 11 at 4pm, will be with sociologist  Peggy Levitt (Wellesley College and Harvard University). Prof. Levitt is a leading scholar on migrant transnationalism, transnational social protection and cultural circulation, among other topics. We look forward to hosting her at the Dpt. of Sociology, University of Trento. See the title and abstract of her … Leggi tutto NEW SEMINAR – PEGGY LEVITT: Creating Home – National Literature as a Window on Belonging

New seminar – Aurora Massa: Material culture, lived religion and homemaking practices among Eritrean refugees across Europe

HOMInG seminar 30_2019 will take place next March 14, Thursday, at 4pm - Dpt. of Sociology. The speaker will be HOMInG's Aurora Massa - title and abstract below. As usual, All welcome! Material culture, lived religion and homemaking practices among Eritrean refugees across Europe by Aurora Massa (University of Trento) This presentation discusses the importance of the religious domain in the … Leggi tutto New seminar – Aurora Massa: Material culture, lived religion and homemaking practices among Eritrean refugees across Europe

New seminar: Ann Varley, “From nomadic subjects to noble savages? Inverting binaries of mobility and dwelling”

The first HOMInG seminar of 2019 will take place next January 18 at 11am, Dpt. of Sociology. Ann Varley, a Professor of Human Geography at UCL, will give a presentation on From nomadic subjects to noble savages? Inverting binaries of mobility and dwelling. See the abstract below. All welcome! From nomadic subjects to noble savages? Inverting binaries of mobility and … Leggi tutto New seminar: Ann Varley, “From nomadic subjects to noble savages? Inverting binaries of mobility and dwelling”

NEW CALL: A POSTDOC FOR QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH ON HOME AND MIGRATION (DEADLINE: JANUARY 23)

HOMInG has just opened a new postdoctoral position, one-year long, to recruit a researcher with a strong expertise in quantitative techniques, data collection and analysis in migration studies. All those interested should apply, online only, before January 23 at the following link: https://www.unitn.it/ateneo/bando/55420/dipartimento-di-sociologia-e-ricerca-sociale-avviso-di-selezione-per-il-conferimento-di-n-1-assegno&source=gmail&ust=1545483221969000&usg=AFQjCNEcAb93g3DHKmbWL7JU75IjyI60Qg More info: paolo.boccagni@unitn.it 

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