Homing interview #24: Michelle Obeid Interview with Michelle Obeid Conducted by Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia at the University of Manchester, UK "Creating or recreating home is probably the most obvious and complex way of making life ‘normal’, since home seems to be the most ‘normal’ or ‘basic’ thing that humans everywhere need, regardless of what … Leggi tutto HOMING INTERVIEW #24: MICHELLE OBEID
‘An ordinary family… extraordinary human beings’ by Luis Eduardo Pérez Murcia I still remember the first time I mentioned to the research participants I have been working with in Manchester, London, and Madrid my plans to visit their families and friends in their places of origin. Some of them could not believe my plans and … Leggi tutto Luis Eduardo Pérez Murcia: “An ordinary family… extraordinary human beings”
HOMInG's Paolo Boccagni and Luis E. Pérez Murcia will participate in a Roundtable on "Homes, Houses and Social Remittances" at the Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador, next February 6 at 5pm. The event has been convened by anthropologist Jacques Ramirez (@karipapo ). See the presentation (in Spanish) below. Descripción de la Mesa: Esta mesa tiene el objetivo de compartir reflecciones y resultados de investigaciones … Leggi tutto HOMING @UNIVERSIDAD DE CUENCA: CASAS, VIVIENDAS Y REMESAS SOCIALES EN LA MIGRACION
It took me three generations to reach a migrant's ‘home’ by Luis Eduardo Pérez Murcia When looking at people’s attitudes towards home and home-making practices, the places they inhabit become critical fieldwork sites. It is not only because neighbourhoods, houses and rooms constitute places for dwelling but also, for some, a ‘home’. By observing … Leggi tutto L.E. PEREZ MURCIA: “IT TOOK ME THREE GENERATIONS TO REACH A MIGRANT’S ‘HOME'”
Looking for ideas on home and migration at the ISA World Congress of Sociology Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia Hundreds, if not thousands, of people from nearly everywhere bringing diversity to the already diverse and multicultural Toronto. Dozens, if not hundreds, of panels in a single week, and some of those thousand running from one … Leggi tutto Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia: Looking for ideas on home and migration at the ISA World Congress of Sociology
‘Peru is our country but the UK is our home. Our life is here’ By Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia People migrate for several reasons. While some move in the search for safety following experiences of conflict and violence, others move in the search for economic betterment or academic opportunities. Lucho’s migratory experience challenges binary frameworks … Leggi tutto Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia: ‘Peru is our country but the UK is our home. Our life is here’
HOMInG INTERVIEW #14: OLIVER BAKEWELL HOMInG interview with Oliver Bakewell Senior Lecturer at the Global Development Institute, University of Manchester conducted by Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia in Manchester on 15 March 2018 "I was always aware that I was staying in places where did not belong. That experience led me to start using a simple … Leggi tutto HOMInG INTERVIEW #14: OLIVER BAKEWELL
HOMING INTERVIEW #11: Janetka Platun Conducted by Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia "Feeling connected to more than one place in my own mind is why I’m interested in exploring home as a concept as an artist. The more I explore the idea of home the more confused it becomes in my mind". Read the interview!
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”
As of March 2018, three new research fellows have joined HOMInG. They are Milena Belloni, Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia and Ilka Vari-Lavoisier. Seven Homingers, overall, by now... and more research developments over the next few months. See the whole team!