NEW ARTICLE: WHIFFS OF HOME – Ethnographic comparison in a collaborative research study across European cities (BY BONFANTI, MASSA, MIRANDA)

HOMInG's Sara Bonfanti, Aurora Massa and Alejandro Miranda have just published Whiffs of home. Ethnographic comparison in a collaborative research study across European cities. This three-authored original piece is part of a Special Issue of Etnografia e Ricerca Qualitativa on "Comparing what? Conceptualizing comparison in ethnographic research" (edited by Andrea Mubi Brighenti, Nicholas DeMaria Harney). … Leggi tutto NEW ARTICLE: WHIFFS OF HOME – Ethnographic comparison in a collaborative research study across European cities (BY BONFANTI, MASSA, MIRANDA)

S. Bonfanti & A. Miranda: “Searching for whose homes? The riddles of ethnographic comparison” (VIDEO)

Searching for whose homes? A presentation on the riddles of ethnographic comparison (video) Last June, HOMInG's Sara Bonfanti and Alejandro Miranda presented a paper (co-authored with Aurora Massa) at the "Etnografia e Ricerca Qualitativa" conference at the University of Bergamo. This was a methodological reflection on the comparative potential of their evolving HOMInG fieldwork. The … Leggi tutto S. Bonfanti & A. Miranda: “Searching for whose homes? The riddles of ethnographic comparison” (VIDEO)

HOMInG @ ERQ 2018: Searching for whose homes? Riddles of ethnographic comparison in a collaborative research across European cities

HOMInG's Sara Bonfanti, Aurora Massa and Alejandro Miranda will give a joint presentation at the 2018  conference of Etnografia e Ricerca qualitativa (University of Bergamo). They will contribute to the session  Comparing What? Conceptualising comparison in migraton and urban studies, convened by N. Harney and A. Brighenti on June 9,  Saturday, 9.00-12.00: http://www.etnografiaricercaqualitativa.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/detailedERQ2018_DEF1.pdf See the abstract below. The paper discusses a series of methodological challenges emerging in an … Leggi tutto HOMInG @ ERQ 2018: Searching for whose homes? Riddles of ethnographic comparison in a collaborative research across European cities