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Hobsbawm, 1991. Social Research 58(1):65-68

Introduction; Exile: A Keynote Address
Eric Hobsbawm

Social Research: An International Quarterly
Home: A Place in the World
Arien Mack, Editor

Volume 58, No. 1 (Spring 1991): 65-68

EXCERPT: This article talks about the concept of home and homelessness. New York, the city of the homeless, is a good place to think about home. New York, a city of immigrants, is a good place in which to reflect on the concept of home, which is essentially not the destiny of our journeys but the place from which we set out and to which we return, at least in spirit. And the New School, or at least that part of it which was once known as the University in Exile, indeed of exiles, is an obvious place to talk about the exile's perception of home.
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