Tag Archives: Multilocal dwelling

Conf: Multilocality in the Global South and North, a Post

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A Post of Kayly Ober about our international conference in Dortmund. << On 18-19 September 2014, the Technical University of Dortmund held a conference on “Multilocality in the Global South and North: Factors, features and policy implications.” The name of … Continue reading

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Conf: After the Dortmunder conference on multilocality, an article of Lea Ferno

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<<Households are called “multilocal” when their members live in different places. In countries as far apart as China, South Africa and Moldova, many people work and stay in places that they do not consider their home. In 2012, according to … Continue reading

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Conference “Multilocality in the Global South and North: Factors, features and policy implications” September 18 & 19, 2014 – TU Dortmund University

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Along with an increase of temporary forms of migration, multilocational livelihoods and household arrangements are on the rise in many countries and world regions. Although the academic literature – and much more the policy and planning discourse – about multilocality … Continue reading

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Book “hier und dort”: an Interview of Christian Wille

“Herr Duchêne-Lacroix, Sie haben mit Pascal Maeder einen Band über multilokale Lebenswelten veröffentlicht. Was fasziniert Sie an dem Thema? Die europäischen Gesellschaften wurden von Mobilität geradezu verhext. Man vergisst dabei, dass die Mobilität stets mit der gebauten Umwelt, Infrastruktur, Wirtschaftssituation, … Continue reading

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Multilocal housing: an article in Quetelet Journal

Access to the article “Multilocal housing” here (QUETELET JOURNAL Vol. 1, n° 1, avril 2013, pp. 63-89) Summary Multilocal dwelling as both local anchoring practices and circularities between dispersed living places rushes the usual double territorial container paradigm: the container … Continue reading

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IGC Köln Session: Multi-local living arrangements on national, inter- and transnational levels: a new old phenomenon?

The IGC is the quadrennial meeting of the International Geographical Union (IGU). Besides the traditional meetings of the IGC Commissions the 32nd International Geographical Congress in Cologne focuses scientific attention on the core themes of humanity. Geographers bring the wide-ranging … Continue reading

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Start of the SNF-Project “Multilocal housing in Switzerland”

Nicola Hilti, Helmut Schad and I (Cédric Duchêne-Lacroix) have started one of the first scientific project on multilocal housing. The main informations about the project can be seen on the SNF-website You could find also the german abstract of the … Continue reading

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