Hope and the State in the Anthropology of Home.

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In this short comment I relate the core text in this issue of Ethnologia Europaea to some central themes from my own research on everyday experiences of post-Yugoslav transformations of home. Arguing for the need to complement the focus on spatiality in the study of home with an eye on temporality, I offer some thoughts on the interplay of place, hope and the state in a critical anthropology of home-making.

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hope, time, state, home

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Janson, S., (2009) “Hope and the State in the Anthropology of Home.”, Ethnologia Europaea 39(1), p.54-60. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/ee.1044

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  • This article was previously published by Museum Tusculanum Press.

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Stef Janson (University of Manchester)

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