Everyday Experiences of Migration

Projekter: ProjektForskning

Beskrivelse

Professor M Pace is academic mentor for Dr Mastoureh Fathi - a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at the Institute of Social Science Research in 21st Century (ISS21), University College Cork, Ireland. Mastoureh's research revolves around everyday experiences of migration with a focus on intersectionality, gender and class in migration processes, identity, home-making and belonging in diaspora and the importance of objects in displacement.

Nøgleresultater

Youth-Home project explores home-making practices in domestic and urban spaces among young male migrants who live in Cork, Ireland. Using innovative methodology, the project specifically analyses refugees and international students’ experiences together to offer a novel comparative reading into the less explored home among migrant men. The project entails policy analysis, walking interviews, visual methods that enable participants to create a map of Cork city. Participants will eventually produce an app to facilitate transfer of knowledge in urban settings from migrants’ perspective.

Lægmandssprog

Youth-Home project explores home-making practices in domestic and urban spaces among young male migrants who live in Cork, Ireland. Using innovative methodology, the project specifically analyses refugees and international students’ experiences together to offer a novel comparative reading into the less explored home among migrant men. The project entails policy analysis, walking interviews, visual methods that enable participants to create a map of Cork city. Participants will eventually produce an app to facilitate transfer of knowledge in urban settings from migrants’ perspective.
Kort titelYouth Home
AkronymYouth
StatusIgangværende
Effektiv start/slut dato01/09/201931/08/2020