Ways of Dwelling - Crisis - Craft - Creativity

von: Johannes Moser, Nevena ?krbi? Alempijevi?, Alexa Färber, Irene Götz, Ina Merkel, Friedemann Schmoll

Waxmann Verlag GmbH, 2019

ISBN: 9783830989547 , 188 Seiten

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Ways of Dwelling - Crisis - Craft - Creativity


 

Book Cover

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Imprint

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Authors

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Contents

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Ways of Dwelling: Crisis – Craft – Creativity (Nevena Škrbic´ Alempijevic´ and Johannes Moser)

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My Home is My Castle – My Coat is My Refuge. Dwelling, Atmospheres, and Communicative Arts (Regina F. Bendix)

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Transnational Dwelling and Objects of Connection. An Ethnological Contribution to Critical Studies of Migration (Maja Povrzanovic´ Frykman)

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Prologue

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Being, belonging, and transnational dwelling

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Objects of connection

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Habitus and hexis

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Habitual uses of objects

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Multi-directional connections and changes over time

37

Contribution to critical studies of migration

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Epilogue

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References

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Dwelling in Craftwork: The Art of Andrew Omoding (Trevor H.J. Marchand)

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Background to the Study

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Andrew, the bricoleur

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“Table with People Eating”

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The Pull of Home

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Needle and Thread

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Cosy Pockets & Story Books

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Shiny Bits and Bobbles

63

Gifted (dis)Ability

69

Acknowledgements

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References

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The Asylum Center as “Just Another Local Institution”. Co-residency and the Everyday Practice of Neighborliness among Asylum Seekers and Locals in the Danish Town of Jelling (Birgitte Romme Larsen)

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Introduction

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The field site of Jelling and its asylum center area

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Beyond ‘integration’: the local pragmatics of institutional neighborliness

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“If you want to know about integration, you have come to the wrong place”: the familiarization with ‘others’ across local space and time

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Encounters in local public space

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Encounters with dominant national discourse

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Encounters through local cultural history

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Conclusion

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References

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Dwelling Participatory Style. Power and Empowerment in a Neighborhood. Renovation and Revitalization (Saša Poljak Istenic )

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Introduction

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Methodology

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Dimensions of participation

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Dwelling in the Savsko naselje neighborhood, past and present

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Participatory renovation of a ‘cauliflower’ and a nearby skyscraper

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Integrated neighborhood renewal

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Conclusion

108

References

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Reframing a Painful Past. The Memories of the Uruguayan Military Dictatorship (Lorenzo D’Orsi)

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2. Conceptual toolbox and methodology

115

3. Politics of violence and politics of memory

117

4. Fractures of memory

120

5. (Re)framing the past

124

6. Facts are not ‘found’ but ‘made’

128

References

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Dwellings and Dwindlings (Hermann Bausinger)

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(1) Engagement with old people – in the past and in the present

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(2) Diversity of Old Age

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(3) Housing and "Heimat" (homeland)

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(4) Against Changes in Housing

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(5) Habit

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References

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Constructing a Home. "Heimat" as an Expression of Privilege, Belonging, Exclusion and Identity (Walter Leimgruber)

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"Heimat": house, property, rights

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Nation and migration

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Rootlessness

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Construction sites

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Homelessness

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References

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“Ways of Dwelling”: Some Concluding Remarks (Beate Binder)

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1. Dwelling as object, practice and perspective – or the starting point

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2. Matters of scale – or assembling relations

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3. Taking care – or making concepts with care

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4. Crisis – or the need for critique

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5. Craft and Creativity – or dealing with the beauty of the world

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6. Past, present, future – or the question of overlapping temporalities

178

7. Futurity – or in view of potentialities

179

8. Imaginaries – or transgressing borders

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References

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