STEFANIA YAPO: ‘THE REMITTANCE B&B: AN ARCHEOLOGY OF RELATIONS, OBJECTS AND MEMORIES IN MIGRANT TRANSNATIONAL HOUSING’ (VIDEO)

On HOMInG's seminar 52_21, last April, Stefania Yapo presented the preliminary findings of a study of migrants' transnational housing investments, related to a particular family house in Ecuador. This building lies at the core of a 'house story' that coalesces questions of cross-border mobility, family caregiving, material culture, memory-making and intergenerational wealth transmission. https://youtu.be/AAL8en2N4ng

HOMING SEMINAR (APRIL 23, 11 CET): THE INTERRELATED FUNCTIONS OF A REMITTANCE B&B: AN ARCHEOLOGY OF RELATIONS, OBJECTS AND NEIGHBORHOOD (BY S. YAPO)

HOMInG's seminar 52_21, next April 23 at 11 am CET, will be with Stefania Yapo.  Her presentation invites us to unravel the practical and emotional functions of migrant houses, both in countries of origin and residence, as a key aspect of the transnational migration research agenda. Moving from an ethnographic case study of a family house in … Leggi tutto HOMING SEMINAR (APRIL 23, 11 CET): THE INTERRELATED FUNCTIONS OF A REMITTANCE B&B: AN ARCHEOLOGY OF RELATIONS, OBJECTS AND NEIGHBORHOOD (BY S. YAPO)

NEW HOMINGERS: BERNARDO ARMANNI, STEFANIA YAPO, STEFANIA TOMA

As of March 2020, the research team of HOMInG includes three more colleagues, all of them recruited as research assistants: Bernardo Armanni, Stefania Yapo and Stefania Toma. See their short bios below. Bernardo Armanni Bernardo Armanni is a graduate cultural sociologist, who joined HOMInG as a research assistant in February 2020. In March 2019 he … Leggi tutto NEW HOMINGERS: BERNARDO ARMANNI, STEFANIA YAPO, STEFANIA TOMA