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from an early age, many of us learn to think of homework as additional, supplementary, the work we take home, either from school or the workplace. this vision has never corresponded with the reality of (often feminized) forms of domestic work, and certainly not with that of migrant workers leaving their homes to both live and work in others’. now, with the flexibilization of labor, even more people are working from home. can we re-adapt and re-appropriate the notion of homework to paint a better picture of what forms of work at home exist? can this notion raise awareness or even enable identification between different groups and classes of people who, each in their own ways, do homework? “which part of the room is mine?” (ninotchka, dir. ernst lubitsch, 1939.) working at home often generates unpleasant or even harmful situations. can we redefine the notion of domestic work to adapt it to the new times, where more people are again working from home? home workers strike?