Paolo Boccagni has just edited a Special Issue of the European Journal of Social Work with Erica Righard (Malmo University) on social work with asylum seekers, refugee and displaced people. See below the abstract of the Introduction, Social work with refugee and displaced populations in Europe: (dis)continuities, dilemmas, developments. The free eprint link is as follows: https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/K8EZ35TJN3ZPKQ8EKJJE/full?target=10.1080/13691457.2020.1767941 Social … Leggi tutto P. Boccagni: “Social work with refugee and displaced populations in Europe: (dis)continuities, dilemmas, developments” (with E. Righard)
Upon HOMInG seminar 34_19, during the Trento School in Ethnography (September 2019), archeologist Rachael Kiddey (University of Oxford) gave a fascinating lecture out of her fieldwork experience with homeless and refugee people in "contemporary archeology". See a summary of Rachael's presentation below. https://youtu.be/PL6rWJ170mI Archaeology is the study of material culture and its relationship with people, past and present. Archaeological data – … Leggi tutto Rachael Kiddey: Documenting Displacement. A Contemporary Archaeologist’s Guide to Urban Ethnography (Video)
HOMInG interview with Hilde Heynen Historian and theorist of Architecture Catholic University of Leuven Interview conducted by Paolo Boccagni in Bruxelles 28 March 2019 "Modernity is about being uprooted and leaving the traditional home, but it also entails looking for a new and better home: the idea of a future Heimat, not the nostalgic heimat of … Leggi tutto HOMInG intervew #27: HILDE HEYNEN
On June 3-4, at the University of Trento (Dpt. of Sociology), HOMInG will hold its mid-term symposium: HomING: Displacement, suspension, projections and achievements in making home on the move. See the programme (pdf)!
HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni will give a keynote lecture at the end of the international workshop on: Displacement&Domesticity: Refugees, Migrants & Expats Making Homes, to take place in Brussels next March 28-20. The workshop has been promoted by EAHN - European Architectural History Network. The convenor is prof. Hilde Heynen (University of Leuven), together with her research group. The main workshop tracks will be on "Rethinking domesticity", "Practices", "Historical perspectives", … Leggi tutto HOMING @ DISPLACEMENT & DOMESTICITY: REFUGEES, MIGRANTS AND EXPATS MAKING HOMES
HOMING INTERVIEW #19 with Maja Korac-Sanderson Reader in Refugee and Migration Studies, Department of Social Sciences, Cass School of Education and Communities, University of East London. Conducted by Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia in London in July 2018 "While I was still living in Belgrade, and at the height of nationalistic frensy in the country, I felt … Leggi tutto HOMING INTERVIEW #19: MAJA KORAC-SANDERSON
HOMInG interview #16: Tom Scott Smith Associate Professor of Refugee Studies and Forced Migration, Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford Conducted by Ilka Vari-Lavoisier on 11 September 2018 "The things that made people’s experience, or daily life, difficult when living in shelters often came down to whether or not they could control what they ate, whether or … Leggi tutto HOMING INTERVIEW #16: Tom Scott-Smith
LUIS EDUARDO PEREZ MURCIA: ‘Looking at the Invisible’: The Painful Memories of Losing Home amongst Internally Displaced People in Colombia Within HOMInG's seminar 15_18, last February, Luis Eduardo Pérez Murcia gave a presentation on the loss and memories of home among the internally displaced in Colombia. His presentation explores the temporal and spatial dimensions of the relationship between conflict, displacement … Leggi tutto LUIS EDUARDO PEREZ MURCIA: “‘Looking at the Invisible’: The Painful Memories of Losing Home amongst Internally Displaced People in Colombia”