Extended Deadline for Registration: There are still spaces available! Register by October 14th!
After you register here in Agnes, there is one more step to complete your registration. This course takes place in cooperation with Off-University which coordinates the course and offers the online platform. Please follow the instructions and get registered to Off-University online platform before the third session begins on October 14th: https://coworkingsquares.de//en-US/Login/CustomLogin/Register?ReferenceCode=31ed1252-f42a-4d47-9e9f-aad6b14f4a00
The lecturers will communicate with you via the Off-University platform and the classes will also take place there online. Please make sure to check your messages regularly in the platform.
Es handelt sich um ein Online-Seminar, das in Kooperation mit der OFF-University und der Central European University durchgeführt wird.
IMPORTANT: As this course will be hosted both by Central European University and Humboldt University. The starting and ending dates of the semester are arranged in accordance with the academic calendars of the two universities. For this reason, it will start on September 30th and end on December 9th.
There is going to be one 2 hours-long additional session during the semester. The final date will be negotiated with the participants of the course.
A workshop will be held during the semester where the participants from two universities will have a chance to get together, discuss and get feedback about their researches. The date of the workshop will be negotiated with the participants.
A conference is going to be organized after the end of the semester where the participants will present the end results of their researches. The date of the conference will be negotiated with the participants.
“Home” as a place can take various meanings in different historical and geographical contexts. Assigned historically to women, the home space is usually made sense (of) by oppressive aspects such as violence or exploitation. While these approaches are indispensable to interpret the home space, home in certain contexts can become a place of solidarity, a place of healing, a place of resistance, empowerment, particularly for women. This course will comprise of different readings, approaches on the home space, homemaking practices and homelessness so that the participants can have distinct alternatives to think through the home space and their own questions relationally. Homemaking is a sub-category of place-making that is characterized by two aspects primarily: belonging and habituation. Yet these two practices cannot be separated from each other in a clear-cut way via solely two concepts. Some place-making practices may end up with home-making practices and vice versa. For this reason, even though the course is going to focus on the home space, home will be conceptualized in relation to categories such as homeland, nation, diaspora, exile, displacement.
The research course will focus on conducting research in teams. It will start with coming up with a research question and preparing a literature review. One of the main foci will be on conducting interviews (structured, semi-structured, narrative, etc.) and will finish with data analysis.
Ahmed, Sara. “Home and away: Narratives of migration and estrangement.” International journal of cultural studies 2.3 (1999): 329-347.
Sommerville, Peter. “The Social Construction of Home” Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 14, 3, 1997, 226-45.
Creswell, Tim. Place: An Introduction. Wiley and Blackwell, 2014 39-41, 173-186.
Webster, Wendy. Imagining Home Gender, ‘Race’ and National Identity. UCL Press, 1998, ix-xxiv.
hooks, bell. Yearning: Race, Gender and Cultural Politics. South End Press, 1999, 41-50.
Legg, Stephen. “Gendered Politics and Nationalised Homes: women and the anti-colonial struggle in Delhi, 930–47” Gender, Place and Culture, 10,1, 2003, 7–27.
Kallus, Rachel, Hubert Law Yone. “National Home/Personal Home: Public Housing and the Shaping of National Space in Israel”, European Planning Studies, 10,6, 2002, 765-779.
Young, Iris Marion. “House and Home: Feminist Variations on a Theme” Intersecting Voices/Dilemmas of Gender, Political Philosophy and Policy. Princeton University Press, 1997. 134-164.