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Maja Povrzanović Frykman ( editor)

Professor of Ethnology, teaches in Peace and Conflict Studies Programme at the Department of Global Political Studies (GPS) as well as in the PhD programme at the Dept. of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Zagreb. Responsible for PhD programmes at GPS. PhD supervisor at Lund, Linköping, Zagreb and Malmö University. Main areas of research: migration; highly skilled migrants; concepts and practices within the semantic domains of diaspora and transnationalism; labour- and refugee-migrants from Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina; narratives on exile experiences; war-related identification processes; ethnicity and place; affect and material culture. A summary of Povrzanovic Frykman's research on materiality and migration is available from https://homing.soc.unitn.it/2020/01/21/homing-interview-35-maja-povrzanovic-frykman/  Professor of Ethnology, teaches in Peace and Conflict Studies Programme at the Department of Global Political Studies (GPS) as well as in the PhD programme at the Dept. of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Zagreb. Responsible for PhD programmes at GPS. PhD supervisor at Lund, Linköping, Zagreb and Malmö University. Main areas of research: migration; highly skilled migrants; concepts and practices within the semantic domains of diaspora and transnationalism; labour- and refugee-migrants from Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina; narratives on exile experiences; war-related identification processes; ethnicity and place; affect and material culture. A summary of Povrzanovic Frykman's research on materiality and migration is available from https://homing.soc.unitn.it/2020/01/21/homing-interview-35-maja-povrzanovic-frykman/  

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About Maja Povrzanović Frykman ( editor)

Professor of Ethnology, teaches in Peace and Conflict Studies Programme at the Department of Global Political Studies (GPS) as well as in the PhD programme at the Dept. of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Zagreb. Responsible for PhD programmes at GPS. PhD supervisor at Lund, Linköping, Zagreb and Malmö University. Main areas of research: migration; highly skilled migrants; concepts and practices within the semantic domains of diaspora and transnationalism; labour- and refugee-migrants from Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina; narratives on exile experiences; war-related identification processes; ethnicity and place; affect and material culture. A summary of Povrzanovic Frykman's research on materiality and migration is available from https://homing.soc.unitn.it/2020/01/21/homing-interview-35-maja-povrzanovic-frykman/  

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Conviviality has lately become a catchword not only in academia but also among political activists. This open access book discusses conviviality in relation to the adjoining concepts cosmopolitanism and creolisation. The urgency of today’s global predicament is not only an argument for the revival of all three concepts, but also a reason to bring them into dialogue. Ivan Illich envisioned a post-industrial convivial society of ‘autonomous individuals and primary groups’ (Illich 1973), which resembles present-day manifestations of ‘convivialism’. Paul Gilroy refashioned conviviality as a substitute for cosmopolitanism, denoting an ability to be ‘at ease’ in contexts of diversity (Gilroy 2004). Rather than replacing one concept with the other, the fourteen contributors to this book seek to explore the interconnections – commonalities and differences – between them, suggesting that creolisation is a necessary complement to the already-intertwined concepts of conviviality and cosmopolitanism. Although this volume takes northern Europe as its focus, the contributors take care to put each situation in historical and global contexts in the interests of moving beyond the binary thinking that prevails in terms of methodologies, analytical concepts, and political implementations.

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