HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni and Jan Willem Duyvendak (NIAS / University of Amsterdam) have just published a conceptual overview and agenda-setting paper on "homemaking in the public" in Sociology Compass. See the abstract below.Homemaking in the public. On the scales and stakes of framing, feeling, and claiming extra‐domestic space as “home” Paolo Boccagni - Jan Willem Duyvendak https://doi.org/10.1111/soc4.12886 This … Leggi tutto HOMEMAKING IN THE PUBLIC: ON THE SCALES AND STAKES OF FRAMING, FEELING, AND CLAIMING EXTRA-DOMESTIC SPACE AS ‘HOME’ (BOCCAGNI & DUYVENDAK, ‘SOCIOLOGY COMPASS’, 2021)
HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni and Jan Willem Duyvendak (University of Amsterdam) have recently published a book chapter on Making home within the edited collection Pragmatic inquiry: Critical concepts for social sciences, edited by J.R. Bowen, N.Dodier, J.W. Duyvendak, A. Hardon, Routledge, 2020. See below the abstract of their chapter, and the presentation of the book. Making Home By Paolo Boccagni, Jan … Leggi tutto P. BOCCAGNI, J.W. DUYVENDAK: MAKING HOME (IN “PRAGMATIC INQUIRY – CRITICAL CONCEPT FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES”, 2020)
PAOLO BOCCAGNI AND JAN WILLEM DUYVENDAK: ON THE "SCALING UP" OF HOME IN MAJORITY-MINORITY RELATIONS (HOMING WP 6_2019) This working paper investigates homemaking and home-related feelings and claims at the roots of majority-minority relations in the public urban domain. Who is entitled and legitimated to claim a public space as “home” under circumstances of deep … Leggi tutto PAOLO BOCCAGNI AND JAN WILLEM DUYVENDAK: ON THE “SCALING UP” OF HOME IN MAJORITY-MINORITY RELATIONS (HOMING WP 6_2019)
Homing Interview #6: Jan Willem Duyvendak Conducted by Alejandro Miranda on 13 September 2017 "Home became important in my scholarly work because in the field that was popping up dominantly and I started to think ‘who is researching emotions’? And emotions in sociology still are somewhat, I would say… it’s developing very quickly but … Leggi tutto Homing Interview #6: Jan Willem Duyvendak
Within the 5th edition of the International Summer School in Ethnography (University of Trento, Sept. 12), Jan Willem Duyvendak (University of Amsterdam) has given a lecture on the politicization of "home" in the Dutch (and European) public debate, on feeling at home and on the ambivalence of "progressive nativism".