Through periodical seminars, conferences and meetings, HOMInG aims to facilitate the circulation of ideas, methods and research findings on the interface of home-making, migration and human mobility, by engaing colleagues from a variety of disciplinary and national backgrounds. HOMInG seminars generally take place at the Dpt. of Sociology, University of Trento.
HS 14_18, January 10: Peter Kellett (Newcastle University), Constructing houses: creating home. Informal building and dwelling practices in Colombia
HS 13_17, December 12: Giuliana Costa (Politecnico, Milan), Where next? Emerging care needs and the (re)construction of domestic space
HS 12_17, November 10: Pnina Werbner (Anthropology, Keele University), Migration and the sacralisation of (new) homes
HS 11_17, November 9: Pnina Werbner (Anthropology, Keele University), The Illusion of simultaneity: When home loses its ‘homeliness’
HS 10_17, October 16: Daniel Miller (Anthropology, University College London), Migration and interior decoration, offline and online
HS 9_17, September 13: Jan Willem Duyvendak (Sociology, University of Amsterdam), Melissa Butcher (Geography, Birbeck College), Stef Jansen (Anthropology, University of Manchester), Researching home across disciplines: a conversation
HS 8_17, July 3: Nando Sigona (Sociology, University of Birmingham), Campzenship: the camp as a social and political space
HConference 1_17, June 5-6: Researching home and migration: Questions, methods, prospects (with the HOMInG team and about 50 scholars from 17 different countries)
HS 7_17, May 22: Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo (Sociology, USC), Black and brown on common ground: Rooting men, masculinities and race
HS 6_17, May 9: Irene Cieraad (Anthropology, TU Delft), Anthropological perspectives of home
HS 5_17, March 21: Adriano Cancellieri (Sociology, IUAV, Venice), Qui mi sento a casa. Cos’è e come si costruisce il ‘senso di casa’: tra bisogni antropologici e sfide contemporanee
HS 4_17, January 17: Loretta Baldassar (Sociology, UWA), Visits Home as kinning and consumption: Pilgrimage, rite of passage, migration stage or routine transnational life way?
HS 3_16, December 19: Fare-casa e sentirsi a casa in migrazione (Applied anthropology SIAA Workshop with Paolo Boccagni, Bruno Riccio, Sebastiano Ceschi, Roberta Altin, Sara Bonfanti, Giuseppe Grimaldi)
HS 2_16, December 14: Lures and pitfalls of doing research in the home: a conversation with Elinor Ochs (Anthropology, UCLA)
HS_1/16, December 13: Elinor Ochs (Anthropology, UCLA), Reconsidering the American Dream