Table of contents for Home / Alison Blunt and Robyn Dowling.

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List of Figures							v								
List of Tables								x				
List of Boxes								xi				
List of Research Boxes						xv					
Acknowledgements							xvii
Chapter 1		Setting up Home: an Introduction					1
			Confining home: housing studies, Marxism and humanism		4	
			Expanding home: feminist and cultural geographies of home	11
			A critical geography of home						19	
				- Home as material and imaginative				20
				- Home, identity and power					22
				- Home as multi-scalar and open				23
			Structure of the book							25
									
Chapter 2		Representing Home							47	
			Life stories of home							48
				- Home and identity in life writings				48
				- Oral history and other interviews				51
				- Ethnographic research					55
			Writing home								60
				- House and home in fiction					60
				- The home in magazines and household guides		66
			Visual and material cultures at home					70
				- Domestic architecture and design				70
				- The home and art						73
				- Performance art and the home				76
				- Family photographs						78
- Domestic material cultures					81
Data sets and household surveys					86
			Conclusions								90
			Research Box 1: 	Home in contemporary Indian novels		118
						Alex Barley
			Research Box 2:	Memory-work in the margins			121
						Caitlin DeSilvey							
Chapter 3		Residence: House-as-Home						124				Home economies							125					- The economic significance of housing			126					- Housing tenure, social divisions and identities		127	
				- Home as work						132
			?Homely? homes							136
- Locating homely homes					137
Social relations of ideal homes					140
- Home and family: gender, sexuality and age		141
- Home, ?race? and class					147
Unhomely homes							153
- Disability, housing and the meaning of home		154
- Domestic violence						156
- Homelessness						158
Conclusions								163
Research Box 3: 	Fridge space: geographies of technology	188
 and domesticity	
	Helen Watkins
Research Box 4:	Queering home, domesticating deviance	191
	Andrew Gorman-Murray
Research Box 5:	Body / home / housing			195
	Louise Crabtree					
Chapter 4		Home, Nation and Empire						198				Imperial homes and home-making					201	
				- Home, metropolis and empire				202
				- Frontier home-making and American nation-building	206					- British homes in India					211
			Homeland, nation and nationalist politics				217	
				- Homeland, nation and homely belonging			217					- Home and anti-imperial nationalism			219					- Home, nation and homeland (in)security			222				Indigeneity, home and belonging					230
				- Dispossession						230
				- Unhomely homes						233
				- The politics of home and belonging				237
			Conclusions								241
Research Box 6:	Dragons in the drawing room: researching	268
gender and Chinese material culture in the home
	Sarah Cheang
Research Box 7: 	Home and identity for young men of		271
mixed descent
	Akile Ahmet
Research Box 8: 	The domestic uncanny:			274
co-habiting with ghosts
	Caron Lipman
Chapter 5		Transnational Homes						277				Home, homeland and transnational migration			279					- Home, homeland and migrant homecomings		281					- Diasporic domestic architecture and home-making		288					- Hybrid homes						297
			Home, exile and asylum						299
				- Home, housing and shelter					302
				- Home-making						308
				- Returning home						309
			Transnational geographies of domestic work				313
	Materializing home transnationally: domestic architecture and	321
western ideals of home			
				- Transnational housing					322
				- Transnational imaginings of residence			326
			Conclusions								331
			Research Box 9: 	Expatriate belongings				349
						Katie Walsh
			Research Box 10: 	Home and migration in Jamaica Kincaid?s	352
 novels
						Rachel Hughes
Chapter 6		Leaving Home							355
			Revisiting home							356
- Home as material and imaginative			356
- Home, power and identity					359
- Home as multi-scalar					361
Critical geographies of home						363
- Hurricane Katrina						363
- Co-housing						368
			Bibliography							
			List of websites

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Home.
Households.
Housekeeping.
Dwellings.
Architecture, Domestic.