During the lockdown in Italy, in spring 2020, the HOMInG team worked with some trainee students from Trento's Department of Sociology to explore the evolving representations of home on social media. The post below, by Maria Rebecca Rossi, reports some findings from her exploratory study of home, homelessness and migrants in Facebook groups dedicated to … Leggi tutto #STAYHOME UNDER LOCKDOWN IN ITALY (1): PERCEPTIONS OF HOME AND MIGRANT/HOMELESS PEOPLE IN FACEBOOK GROUPS (BY MARIA REBECCA ROSSI)
The Netherlands has recently launched a project to provide shelters for undocumented migrants. How can state authorities provide housing for the invisible population of those who are simply not supposed to be there? Belloni and Aru answered this question by interviewing local authorities, government officials and civil society and by spending time with undocumented migrants … Leggi tutto M. Belloni, S. Aru: ‘Sheltering the undocumented in Amsterdam: Inclusive housing rights or policing urban informality’?
HOMInG interview with Rachael Kiddey (University of Oxford) Conducted by Luis Eduardo Pérez Murcia, October 2019 "There is much to be learned by studying the materiality of forced displacement, partly because forced migration and lived experiences of displacement are so often conceived in purely dematerialised terms. [...] It is my contention that emergency shelter for displaced … Leggi tutto HOMING INTERVIEW #39: RACHAEL KIDDEY
“Ethics from the underground”: An interview with Michele Lancione about home among the homeless Conducted by Milena Belloni (Trento, 25th September 2018) "Home is where everything starts. We have “the homeless” because our idea of home includes the possibility of being without home: you can be at home but you can also loose that home. … Leggi tutto HOMING INTERVIEW #23: MICHELE LANCIONE