We ask the reader to consider what the claiming of home and home-ness means. For you, for each of us, for our nation. We jump between different documents and documentations of what it means to be, to make, to keep, to establish, to live at home. We look, particularly, to the aphorisms that collect around the sense and feeling of home, and home-ness. We posit counter-documents from historical archives to these structures of feeling which function to make (some of) us feel “at home,” or at least a certain way, while pushing out those who are marked as unwanted, who are unwelcome.
Kissinger, Daniel and Manson, Maisha
"Nothing to Write Home About: Aphorisms Against Actuality,"
Proceedings from the Document Academy: Vol. 4
, Article 17.
Available at: http://ideaexchange.uakron.edu/docam/vol4/iss1/17