This article makes an attempt to reinvigorate dialogue across the home–homelessness relationship by problematizing the binaries in present understandings and poses a different means of theorizing the interplay between the 2 concepts. Drawing on interviews with women accessing homelessness services within the North of England, discussion interweaves women’s meanings of home and homelessness with the Freudian notion of the ‘unheimlich’. The ‘unheimlich’ captures the uncanny means of inversion whereby the acquainted domestic sphere of the house turns into a daunting place; and a typical area of homelessness—the hostel—is considered house. The article seeks to contribute more enough theoretical tools for future research to raised perceive and articulate the complexities of house and homelessness.
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