New seminar: Ann Varley, “From nomadic subjects to noble savages? Inverting binaries of mobility and dwelling”

The first HOMInG seminar of 2019 will take place next January 18 at 11am, Dpt. of Sociology. Ann Varley, a Professor of Human Geography at UCL, will give a presentation on From nomadic subjects to noble savages? Inverting binaries of mobility and dwelling. See the abstract below. All welcome! From nomadic subjects to noble savages? Inverting binaries of mobility and … Leggi tutto New seminar: Ann Varley, “From nomadic subjects to noble savages? Inverting binaries of mobility and dwelling”

DANIEL MILLER @ HOMING: MIGRANTS AND HOME DECORATION, OFFLINE AND ONLINE

HOMInG seminar no. 10, last October, was with anthropologist Daniel Miller (@DannyAnth). In his speech, Prof. Miller provides an extended and stimulating overview of migrants' home-making through his research findings, across continents, over the last decades. Ethnographic case studies of migration from Trinidad, Jamaica, the Philippines and China are used to stimulate a critical debate … Leggi tutto DANIEL MILLER @ HOMING: MIGRANTS AND HOME DECORATION, OFFLINE AND ONLINE

“I feel at home here”: a seminar with Adriano Cancellieri

The second 2017 seminar of HOMInG, with Dr. Adriano Cancellieri (IUAV, Venice), will provide an original account on the construction of people's sense of home. The seminar, in Italian, will take place at the Dpt. of Sociology in Trento next March 21 at 11am.  Giuseppe Sciortino and Andrea Mubi Brighenti (University of Trento) will be the main discussants. See … Leggi tutto “I feel at home here”: a seminar with Adriano Cancellieri