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We are delighted to announce the recent publication of the Thanatic Ethics Network member Paolo Boccagni's new book Handbook on Home and Migration by Edward Elgar. Here are the blurbs and the OA introduction.

This dynamic Handbook unpacks the entanglements between the two notions of home and migration, which illuminate the lived experiences of (in)voluntary mobilities and the contested terrain of inclusion and belonging. Drawing on cross-disciplinary contributions from leading international scholars, it advances research on the social study of home in relation to migration, refugee, displacement, and diaspora studies.

Talk delivered by Yumna Masarwa and Erik Freeman about the Thanatic Ethics Project as part of a public talk series at ACM/IAU on November 30, 2023.

From Elsa Gomis for Ambrose Musiyiwa from Civic Leicester

If you know any grief counsellors, across cultures, who can support the December 4 gathering to honour the dead (see outline below), these would be most appreciated as would support from academics, experts, support groups and mutual aid initiatives with specialities or experience around honouring the dead, supporting people experiencing grief, remembrances and memorialisations.

  • 4 December (M): HONOURING THE DEAD. Have you lost loved ones through armed conflict, at the border, at sea, in immigration detention centres or on deportation flights? Would you like to talk about the people you have lost and the circumstances surrounding their death? Do you have photos or other memorabilia that remind you of the people? Would you like to show them as part of the remembrance?

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