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Aleksandra Winiarska, Justyna Salamońska, Marta Kluszczyńska, Aneta Krzyworzeka-Jelinowska. 2023.

Polish multiple migrants and their narratives of home and homemaking over time


Edward Elgar Publishing. | s. 466–480


Making home in the context of migration is often a complex process of adaptation and the development of diverse attachments and a sense of belonging over time. This is related to place and materiality, but is also embedded in a mosaic of psychological, social, and cultural processes. Homemaking takes time, but also develops over time as understandings and meanings of home change over the life course and along the migration trajectory. We address these cross-cutting issues of migration, time, and home by presenting empirical material from a research project concerning Polish multiple migrants living worldwide - that is, people who have moved repeatedly to different countries. Drawing on an interdisciplinary theoretical background we aim to empirically uncover how home is individually constructed, deconstructed, and reconstructed over time, as a dynamic and ongoing process. We highlight changing senses of home through a temporal lens and apply a threefold perspective: home as related to the past, the present, and the future.

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Rozdział 38 "Handbook on Home and Migration" autorstwa A. Winiarskiej, J. Salamońskiej, M. Kluszczyńskiej i A. Krzyworzeki-Jelinowskiej