hospitality

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L’hospitalité urbaine au risque de la contagion. Peer review

Comment continuer à recevoir les plus précaires tout en les espaçant les uns des autres ?

Joan Stavo-DebaugeMaxime Felder et Luca Pattaroni | 17.01.2022

This paper interrogates the social and spatial consequences of lock-down and “barrier” measures for newcomers and precarious foreigners in the city of Geneva. Linking these measures to the question of urban hospitality, the article documents the paradoxical transformations of the “hospitable milieux” that usually offer newcomers — and established “undocumented” migrants — the possibility to “take place” in the city and to stay there somewhat poorly. Addressing the case of “domestic workers” as well as “low-threshold” shelters and the [...]

L’hospitalité : jusqu’où irons-nous ?

Mélanie Le Guen | 29.11.2018

This article argues that hospitality, that should have come to an end according to many authors in the social sciences, has been a fruitful theme and guideline to their practices, especially since 2015. In the social sciences, hospitality appears through new practices of social scientists as well as through the topic’s regain of topicality. This thesis is based upon a state of the art and extracts the most relevant documents to approach the relations between science as a social [...]

En finir avec l’hospitalité… ou pas.

Djigo, Sophie. 2016. Les migrants de Calais. Enquête sur la vie en transit. Marseille : Agone, coll. « Contre-feux » et Brugère, Fabienne et Guillaume Le Blanc. La fin de l’hospitalité. Lampedusa, Lesbos, Calais… jusqu’où irons-nous ? Paris : Flammarion.

Emilie Da Lage | 14.06.2017

How can we describe and analyze the multiplication, in Europe, of the areas in which asylum-seeking migrants are kept ? What concepts and methods should we use to understand what is taking place there, how these areas mark the territories ? What kind of stages in trajectories of exile are they ? How do they put at stake the democratic bases of European States ? These questions are the core of two books of philosophy which claim a particular posture : a grounded philosophy. [...]