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A homing Journey: Notions of Home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Abstract

The research shows how notions of home among the current LGBTQI+ Erasmus Mundus master students have been shaped during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is relevant to understand migrants’ everyday life as a unique domain that provides multiple meanings of home that might disrupt its fixed and heteronormative notion. Using photovoice, in-depth interviews, and a focus group, we found how the COVID-19 pandemic transformed, reinforced, and maintained certain aspects of their notions of home.

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  • IV. School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • III. School of Linguistics and Cultural Studies

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