SIEF2015 12th Congress: Zagreb, Croatia.
21-25 June 2015
Narratives of homecoming in Aleksandar Hemon's novels
Returning "home": narratives of (dis-) embedding in transformation contexts
Homecoming as linguistic experience in biographic and literary accounts
To breathe again in Ryanair: homecoming away from home
Refugees' homecoming: the end of an odyssey or a new beginning? Greek political refugees return home
Ugandan children's high-stake PLE exam essays: conflicting narratives and counter-narratives of leaving and returning home, aspirations, and dysfunction for Uganda's schoolchildren
"Home is everywhere and nowhere" (Schlink)
An approach to the aid workers' home
Representations of utopian homes in Greek-American immigrant literature
Meanings of home among homeless people
The concept of home in European Portuguese: lar versus casa
Routinurgency: Routine-Emergency in Contemporary Israeli Homes
Home space and scale in Tomasi di Lampedusa's "The Leopard"
Psycho-Mappings of home in "Sightseers"
Meaning of home: rebuilding postwar Northern Norway
Changing notions and practices of home-making in Baku (Azerbaijan) in the socialist and post-socialist era
The experience of home: imaginaries, restlessness and actuality
Living in a monument: class still matters. A case study of the Vienna Werkbund Estate
Home and technology: narratives, values and morality
Cave-houses in Galera (Granada, Spain): new life for a traditional house
Genealogies of domestic décor processes in late modern Madrid (1986-1999)
Collaborative planning and co-housing: materializations and practices of solidarity between utopia and everyday life
How residents create and resist experiences of home in residential homes for older people
Students living abroad: rules of home sharing
Home004 Non-normative relationships and (co)habitation: utopian visions, everyday practices and imageries of origin and belonging
Care as social capital: the care for unaccompanied minor foreigners
Love, sex and gender: thinking about relationships from a swinger perspective
"Mom, when are we going back to visit my mom in Ethiopia?": expanding the concept of family through transnational adoption or a new form of colonialism?
The "open house": Co-habitation of farm hosts and volunteers between live-in help and fictive kin as socio-economic strategies of the subsistence household
Terms of endearment: situating choice in marital relations
Taming of affects: from monogamous affections to non monogamous horizons