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	Houses and Home-making in South Asian Diasporas

Houses and Home-making in South Asian Diasporas

Journée d'étude organisée par Aurélie Varrel, Aarthi Ajit et Esther Gallo

9 novembre 2016 | 9h30 - 18h00

Journée d'étude organisée dans le cadre de l'atelier thématique Mobilités sud-asiatiques

 

Room 638,  190 avenue de France 75013 Paris

 

9h30 | Welcome tea/coffee

 

10h | Introduction of the seminar

 

10h15 | Aarthi Ajit, Université Paris-Ouest, LESC-LABEX (UPON) / CEIAS

The house back home: The Franco-Malayali diaspora experience of dreaming of the tharavad in the homeland while making home in the Île de France

 

11h-11h45 | Florence Gurung, Wolfson College, University of Oxford

Household shrines and homemaking among Nepali migrants in the UK

 

12h-12h45 | Aurélie Varrel, French Institute of Pondicherry / CEIAS

«You need a roof above your head here but also there». Addressing the transnational housing strategies of Indian migrants in the UAE

 

12h45-14h15 : Break

 

14h15-15h | Sara Bonfanti, University of Bergamo

Shifting homes: voicing the domestic cartographies of Punjabi diasporans between India and Italy

 

15h-15h45 | Ester Gallo, European University Institute - Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

The Illam in the diaspora. Gendered spatialisation of houses among Malayali migrants

 

15h45-16h | Coffee Break

 

16h-16h45 | José Mapril, Center for Research in Anthropology (CRIA), New University of Lisbon

Transnational households. Migration, mutuality and home making between Bangladesh and Portugal

 

16h45-17h30 | Concluding Remarks and General Discussion

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