TASOULLA HADJIYANNI: TOWARD CULTURALLY ENRICHED COMMUNITIES: THE RIGHT TO HOME (VIDEO)

HOMInG's seminar 44_20, last October, was with Prof. Tasoulla Hadjiyanni (University of Minnesota), the author of The Right to Home: Exploring how space, culture and identity intersect with disparities, Palgrave, 2019. Tasoulla presented key findings and insights from her recent book and from her past research into the housing and domestic experience of immigrant and minority communities. https://www.youtube.com/embed/xx6HJmnilGE

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? EXPLORING THE FUTURE OF MIXED FAMILIES BETWEEN ITALY AND SOUTH ASIA (SARA BONFANTI, ‘ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL’, 2021)

HOMInG's Sara Bonfanti has just published an article in Asian and Pacific Migration Journal on mobility, kinning and aspirations among South Asian-Italian families in Italy.See the abstract below. Where do we go from here? Exploring the future of mixed families between Italy and South AsiaFamily labor migration from South Asia to Europe is often framed … Leggi tutto WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? EXPLORING THE FUTURE OF MIXED FAMILIES BETWEEN ITALY AND SOUTH ASIA (SARA BONFANTI, ‘ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL’, 2021)

HOMING WEBINAR (FEBRUARY 16, 6PM CET): NANDITA SHARMA, “HOME RULE: THE MAKING OF POSTCOLONIAL NATIONAL-NATIVES AND THE HARDENING OF NATIONALISMS”

HOMInG's seminar 49_21 will be with prof. Nandita Sharma (@nsharma101) from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. The seminar will take (virtually) place next February 16 at 6pm CET. It will be inspired by Nandita's recent book Home Rule (Duke University Press, 2020). See the abstract of Nandita's presentation below. Nandita Sharma examines today’s ever-hardening politics of nationalism in … Leggi tutto HOMING WEBINAR (FEBRUARY 16, 6PM CET): NANDITA SHARMA, “HOME RULE: THE MAKING OF POSTCOLONIAL NATIONAL-NATIVES AND THE HARDENING OF NATIONALISMS”

HOMING WEBINAR (HS 48_21, FEBRUARY 11) – FLAVIA CANGIà: Liminal Moves: Travelling along Places, Meanings and Times

HOMInG Seminar HS 48_21 will be held on next February 11th, at 10am CET.Convenor: Sara Bonfanti (University of Trento, ERC HOMInG)Guest Speaker: Flavia Cangià (University of Fribourg, NCCR LIVES and NCCR –On the Move), author of Liminal Moves: Travelling along Places, Meanings and Times, Berghahn, 2021. “Liminal Moves is a fascinating exploration of the entanglements … Leggi tutto HOMING WEBINAR (HS 48_21, FEBRUARY 11) – FLAVIA CANGIà: Liminal Moves: Travelling along Places, Meanings and Times

MIRJANA LOZANOVSKA ON “MIGRANT HOUSING. ARCHITECTURE, DWELLING, MIGRATION” (VIDEO)

On HOMInG's seminar 42_20,  Prof.  Mirjana Lozanovska (Deakin University, Melbourne) gave a special presentation of her recent book Migrant Housing: Architecture, Dwelling, Migration (Routledge, 2019). Drawing from the author's original theoretical elaboration and from her extended fieldwork experience between urban Australia and rural Macedonia, the presentation makes a powerful case for interdisciplinary research on migrant housing. See the video. https://www.youtube.com/embed/jVdzX0Y_kyA

HOMING WEBINAR (HS47_20): ARIEL HANDEL: BETWEEN HOMING AND RUINATION: MAKING AND UNMAKING HOMES IN THE OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES

HOMInG's seminar 47_20, next December 10 at 10am (CET), will be with Ariel Handel (Tel Aviv University). Ariel is the author, among other recent pieces, of What's in a home? Toward a critical theory of housing/dwelling .  See the abstract of his seminar presentation below. All welcome, upon registration (bernardo.armanni@unitn.it) Between Homing And Ruination: Making And Unmaking Homes In The Occupied … Leggi tutto HOMING WEBINAR (HS47_20): ARIEL HANDEL: BETWEEN HOMING AND RUINATION: MAKING AND UNMAKING HOMES IN THE OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES

HOMING WEBINAR (HS 46_20, NOVEMBER 23): “TRAVELLING TOWARDS HOME: MOBILITIES AND HOMEMAKING”

HOMInG Webinar On Mon. 23rd Nov. at h 10.30 CET (h 9.30 GMT) Convenor: Sara Bonfanti Guest Speakers: T. Selwyn and S. Hadzimuhamedovic, editor and authors of Travelling Towards Home: Mobilities and Homemaking, Berghahn, 2018. Studies of home and homecoming allow and encourage analysis to move between inner feelings and emotions, on the one hand, … Leggi tutto HOMING WEBINAR (HS 46_20, NOVEMBER 23): “TRAVELLING TOWARDS HOME: MOBILITIES AND HOMEMAKING”

HOMInG Webinar (HS 45_20, November 3): “Shifting Roofs” Virtual Book Launch

HOMInG Virtual Book Launch Tue 3rd Nov. h 11 am CET (10 am GMT) Ethnographies of Home and Mobility: Shifting RoofsRoutledge, 2020 Authors presenting: A. Miranda-Nieto, A. Massa and S. Bonfanti Invited discussants: Prof. M. Povrzanovic Frykman (Malmö) and Prof. N. Rapport (St. Andrews) Convenor: P. Boccagni (Trento) This volume lays out a framework for … Leggi tutto HOMInG Webinar (HS 45_20, November 3): “Shifting Roofs” Virtual Book Launch

NEW SEMINAR: TASOULLA HADJIYANNI: Toward Culturally Enriched Communities – The Right to Home (October 21 at 2 CET)

HOMInG's seminar 44_20 will be with prof. Tasoulla Hadjiyanni (University of Minnesota), the author of The Right to Home: Exploring how space, culture and identity intersect with disparities, Palgrave, 2019.See the seminar's outline below.All participants welcome - please register in advance (bernardo.armanni@unitn.it) Toward Culturally Enriched Communities - The Right to Home.  Abstract:  Design elements of home interiors have received little attention in efforts … Leggi tutto NEW SEMINAR: TASOULLA HADJIYANNI: Toward Culturally Enriched Communities – The Right to Home (October 21 at 2 CET)

Mirjana Lozanovska: Migrant Housing. Architecture, Dwelling, Migration (October 8 at 9am CET)

HOMInG’s seminar 42_20, online (via zoom), will be with Prof.  Mirjana Lozanovska (Deakin University, Melbourne) next October 8 at 9am, CET. Prof. Lozanovska will present and discuss, with "homingers" and other attendants, her recent book Migrant Housing: Architecture, Dwelling, Migration (Routledge, 2019). This will nourish a stimulating conversation between architects, sociologists, anthropologists and other scholars interested in housing, home and migration. Please register … Leggi tutto Mirjana Lozanovska: Migrant Housing. Architecture, Dwelling, Migration (October 8 at 9am CET)