This paper was given at Researching Home and Migration: Questions, Methods, Prospects, a workshop at The University of Trento, Italy, on 5th June 2017. It outlined the significance of autoethnographic methods in my research and was a reflection upon the first months of fieldwork for my PhD project, which unfolds how and where home is encountered in the houses of British migrants in Melbourne, Australia. The paper explored the potential of the visual as both an intuitive and inventive approach to researching home as an autoethnographer.
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