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The MaHoMe project is generously supported by NordForsk. The MaHoMe project directly addresses migration and integration challenges by examining how migrants make and make sense of home amidst the complex and divergent politics of integration in three host societies: UK, Denmark and Sweden. 

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Toolkit One- Aesthetic Workshops Cross Countries 

November 2021, BAC

Dr Azadeh Fatehrad MaHoMe’s work package leader for Aesthetic Workshops across UK, Sweden and Denmark has delivered the Toolkit One with our workshop facilitators and NGOs across the 3 countries.  







Recent Publications:


Pa“Kunst og pædagogik i et postmigrationssamfund” [Art and Pedagogy in a Postmigration Society]. Dansk pædagogisk Tidsskrift, nr. 2 (2020): 38–59, LINK



Recent Paper presentations at conferences:

Padovan-Özdemir, M., Narvselius, E., & Wilkins, A. (2021). Managing Migrant Lives through Home – a narrative documentary ethnography of immigration and integration policy in Denmark, Sweden and the UK. Paper, IMISCOE Annual Conference, Luxemborg.


Padovan-Özdemir, M., Mansour, N., Amin, A., & Alexander Muchenberger, A. (2021). Welfare Aesthetics in the ‘Ghetto’: a scientific-aesthetic montage of sound, visuals and critical perspectives on the homed regulation of racialized migrant bodies. Paper, Aesthetic Relations, Copenhagen, Denmark.


Padovan-Özdemir, M., Lloyd, F., & Narvselius, E. (2021). Let’s Make it Home: What Critical Storytelling and Visual Arts-based Methodologies Offer. Panel, 20th Nordic Migration Research Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

Padovan-Özdemir, M. (2021). Storying Home in Policy Addressing Migrants. Paper, 20th Nordic Migration Research Conference, Helsinki, Finland.



Recent Interviews:

“Interview with Marta Padovan-Özdemir” (24/06/21), by Rosangela Vertullo, Pouiline Teruin, Edvard Nyvoll Bjørklund & Margerita Illieva, Action Aid Denmark, LINK


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Events


11 –13 January 2021

20TH NORDIC MIGRATION RESEARCH CONFERENCE & 17TH ETMU CONFERENCE

On COLONIAL/RACIAL HISTORIES, NATIONAL NARRATIVES AND TRANSNATIONAL MIGRATION

University of Helsinki, Finland


MaHoMe researchers are convening two workshops entitled ‘Let’s Make it Home: What Critical Storytelling and Visual Arts-based Methodologies Offer’.

Full Details HERE 

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November 2020



ROUND TABLE CONVERSATION ON WELFARE, URPBAN DEVELOPMENT, AND INTEGRATION EFFORTS

THE GOOD LIFE? # IMMIGRANT HOMES? # WHERE’S THE HOPE?

Hosted by VIA University College, Andromeda & ActionAid Denmark

November 29 2020, 1-2.30 pm, Café Mellemfolk, Århus, Denmark
This roundtable conversation is initiated by the research project, Making it Home: An Aesthetic Methodological Contribution to the Study of migrant Home-Making and Politics of Integration. The project directly addresses migration and integration challenges by examining how migrants make and make sense of home amidst the complex and divergent politics of integration in three host societies: UK, Denmark and Sweden. 

Max 30 participants. First-come, first-served sign-up HERE



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October 2020


Film presentation 4th October 2020: Migration og byudvikling i velfærdsbyen [Migration and Urban Development in the Welfare City], talk given by Marta Padovan-Özdemir, CAFx Aarhus Architecture Festival.


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Art and Pedagogy in a Postmigratory Society

By Marta Padovan-Özdemir, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Depart. of Social Education, Head of Research Program for Society and Diversity, VIA University College, mapa@via.dk

Keywords: postmigration, migrants, solidarity, critique, pedagogy

This paper raises the question, what kind of pedagogical project emerges when artists “give voice to” people identifying as refugees or migrants. Furthermore, how can this curation of voices be understood as a pedagogical intervention into a postmigratorysociety? The paper begins with a theoretical exploration and discussion of art’s pedagogical potential with references to Brecht, Freire, Mouffe and Rancière. This discussion is then related to a discussion of how art’s pedagogical potential can be submitted to and enacted in a postmigratory perspective. This theoretical exploration frames the following analytical discussion of the art project 100 % Foreign?In conclusion, the paper raises some uncomfortable questions about pedagogy and artthat aspire to make a difference in a postmigratory society.

Padovan-Özdemir, Marta. “Kunst og pædagogik i et postmigrationssamfund”. Dansk pædagogisk Tidsskrift, no. 2 (2020): 38–59, LINK 












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