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The chapter presents a relational and critical reading of the notion of home. It does so by relying on geographical and feminist literatures, which are intersected with a processual and vitalist ontology of the social. The notion of bordering is presented as a methodological tool to unpack the tensioned becoming of home and homelessness.

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