ARCHANGELS, HOLY PICTURES, DEVOTIONAL GATHERINGS - RELIGION AND HOMEMAKING IN THE DWELLINGS OF ERITREAN MIGRANTS by Aurora Massa Based on my fieldwork in London, this post focuses on some religious practices which take place in the domestic spaces of Eritrean migrants. By analysing icons and devotional gatherings for celebrating holy figures I reflect on the … Leggi tutto AURORA MASSA: “ARCHANGELS, HOLY PICTURES, DEVOTIONAL GATHERINGS – RELIGION AND HOMEMAKING IN THE DWELLINGS OF ERITREAN MIGRANTS”
HOMInG Working paper no. 2_2018 Paolo Boccagni, Sara Bonfanti, Alejandro Miranda, Aurora Massa Home and Migration: a Bibliography The literature on homemaking and migration covers a vast array of disciplines, case studies, and substantive/methodological approaches. While being almost overwhelming by now, it also tends to be disperse and parcelized. There are several instances of mutually … Leggi tutto HOMInG Working paper no. 2_2018: Home and Migration: a Bibliography
SPATIAL COMPRESSION AND SPATIAL DISPERSION: THE HOMEMAKING OF ERITREANS AND ETHIOPIANS AFTER THE AUGUST EVICTION IN ROME by Aurora Massa (ERC HOMInG - University of Trento) By looking at homemaking practices, this post revisits the police-forced eviction of a squatted building in central Rome (August 2017). How do people rearrange their domestic and daily activities, … Leggi tutto Aurora Massa: HOMEMAKING OF ERITREANS AND ETHIOPIANS AFTER EVICTION IN ROME
HOMInG Workshop (June 5-6): videos of the session "Homing meets critics" (with Sara Bonfanti, Aurora Massa, Alejandro Miranda) and of the following presentations: Annabelle Wilkins, Friedemann Neumann, Anna Pechurina, Lauren Wagner, Robin Vandevoordt, Anna Perraudin, Irene Pellegrini, Agnieszka Trąbka.See on our youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFqJwCSFSWu3HM274aNmAnw RESEARCHING HOME AND MIGRATION QUESTIONS, METHODS, PROSPECTS An international workshop within the ERC HOMInG Project ERC … Leggi tutto RESEARCHING HOME AND MIGRATION: MORE VIDEOS
Three HOMInG research fellows have eventually been selected, and will start working on the project next month. They are social anthropologists Sara Bonfanti and Aurora Massa, and cultural sociologist Alejandro Miranda. Looking forward to homing them!