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Call for Papers-Title: Intersections of Displacement: Immigrant and Refugee Housing and Homelessness Experiences I, II AAG Annual Meeting, February 24-28, 2012, New York

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Please excuse cross-postings.

Please find a final call for papers for the Association of American Geographers conference, New York, Feb 24-28.  We are looking for papers centered on matters of migration and loss, displacement and belonging, and migrants' housing or homelessness.  If interested in participating, please send an abstract no later than 26 September to Sutama or Priya, along with proof of registration (your AAG issued PIN).  Thank you.

Final Call for Papers (CFP2)
Title:  Intersections of Displacement:  Immigrant and Refugee Housing and Homelessness Experiences I, II

AAG Annual Meeting, February 24-28, 2012, New York
http://www.aag.org/cs/events/event_detail?eventId=263

Session Organizers:  Priya Kissoon (University of Toronto) and Sutama Ghosh (Ryerson University)

Abstract:  This session is dedicated to sharing geographical research from a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives, focused on the heterogeneity of homelessness experiences for migrants in both the global north and south.  Research on homelessness has typically been situated in the urban centres of the global north, and conceived as living without permanent shelter, or in shelter unfit for human habitation. The research presented in this session examines a continuum of homelessness in the migration process that is as much about belonging and emotions as it is about shelter and housing conditions. Papers in Session I, are focused on migrant housing and homelessness in the global north, including asylum seekers, documented and undocumented migrant workers, elderly immigrants and sponsored spouses, while those in Session II are focused on the global south, including internally displaced persons and refugees in camp environments.  

Abstracts of up to 250 words can be sent to Priya Kissoon or Sutama Ghosh ([log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask]) by Monday September 26, indicating your interest in Session I or II.  Please include author(s), affiliations, and AAG-issued pin number.  

The session encourages networking and conversation on the issues of displacement and all contributions exploring conceptual, methodological, or empirical issues are welcome.

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