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“Escaping from Quarantine” from Quarantined: My Ordeal in Uganda’s Covid-19 Isolation Centers by Jimmy Spire Ssentongo

Jimmy Spire Ssentongo , April 14th, 2021


Few published works of creative non-fiction exist on COVID-19 in Africa. With the publication of QUARANTINED, Ugandan intellectual and philosopher, Jimmy Spire Ssentongo has painted a behind-the-scen…


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Mobility and immobility during the pandemic: Experiences on a journey from Amsterdam to Semarang

standplaatswereld , March 12th, 2021


By Pamungkas (Yudha) Dewanto           As a response to the global corona crisis, authorities all over the world set strict health protocols for travelers. Focusing on the case of…


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Quaran-teens Class of 2021: COVID-19’s Impact on Our Everyday Use of Technology

Guest Contributor , January 21st, 2021


[The following students are high school seniors Class of 2021 at “KTH School.” As part of their International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology class, they conducted a collaborative…


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Quaran-Teens Class of 2021: Challenges to Identity

Guest Contributor , January 14th, 2021


[The following students are high school seniors at “KTH School” taking International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology. After their final IB exams were cancelled, they decided they would…


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Quaran-Teens Class of 2021: Covid’s Impact on Social Relations

Guest Contributor , January 7th, 2021


[The following students are high school seniors Class of 20201 at “KTH School.” As part of their International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology class, they conducted a collaborative…


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PHOTO ESSAY: SHELTER IN PLACE

Rebecca_Irons , November 16th, 2020


AMANDA NESCI For many, home is seen as a place you come back to, retreat, relax, decompress. How does this relationship change when our homes become our whole…


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Staying (at Home) with Brain Fog: “Un-witting” Patient Activism by Emily Lim Rogers

Emily Lim Rogers , October 5th, 2020


Scene 1: It’s Sunday afternoon, around one o’clock, and a group of a dozen or so people log onto a video call from their apartments. Occasionally someone’s cat…


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Abstract for a paper-in-progress: quarantine and sentiment analysis.

Samuel Gerald Collins , September 29th, 2020


      A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: sentiment analyses of new connections and communities in a COVID world.     Quarantine re-makes the city around u…


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40: Quarantine & The Origins of Computation

Scott W Schwartz , August 11th, 2020


Quarantine is a number. Quarantine was the name given to the strategy of isolating potentially harmful populations for forty days in an effort to impede potential dangers. Deriving…


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Sanitary cordons in COVID-19: experience and the object of epidemiological interventions by Alejandro Cerón

Alejandro Cerón , August 4th, 2020


What is the object of epidemiological interventions during an epidemic? Is it the virus, the disease, the fear, the chaos, or the threat to security? And what is the objective…


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Quaran-Teens 2020: Reflections on Teaching Auto-Ethnography to Quaran-Teens 2020

Guest Contributor , June 29th, 2020


By Dr. Rebecca Hodges Photo by the author of her classroom in March 2020, emptied by coronavirus quarantine. When the coronavirus epidemic response made us close campus, we…


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Quaran-Teens 2020: Changes Because of Quarantine

Guest Contributor , June 22nd, 2020


[The following students are high school seniors at “KTH School” taking International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology. After their final IB exams were cancelled, they decided they would…


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Quaran-Teens 2020: Cultural Impact on Health

Guest Contributor , June 15th, 2020


[The following students are high school seniors at “KTH School” taking International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology. After their final IB exams were cancelled, they decided they would…


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Quaran-Teens 2020: Classification During Quarantine

Guest Contributor , June 8th, 2020


[The following students are high school seniors at “KTH School” taking International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology. After their final IB exams were cancelled, they decided they would…


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Quaran-Teens 2020: Quarantined Bodies: Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

Guest Contributor , June 1st, 2020


[The following students are high school seniors at “KTH School” taking International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology. After their final IB exams were cancelled, they decided they would…


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Quaran-Teens 2020: Materiality and Production in Pandemic: A High School Perspective

Guest Contributor , May 25th, 2020


[The following students are high school seniors at “KTH School” taking International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology. After their final IB exams were cancelled, they decided they would…


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Quaran-Teens 2020: Familial Belonging in Quarantine: Balancing Personal and Family Identities at Home

Guest Contributor , May 18th, 2020


[The following students are high school seniors at “KTH School” taking International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology. After their final IB exams were cancelled, they decided they would…


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Quaran-Teen 2020: Our Constantly Evolving Society

Guest Contributor , May 11th, 2020


[The following students are high school seniors at “KTH School” taking International Baccalaureate Social and Cultural Anthropology. After their final IB exams were cancelled, they decided they would…


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Lockdowns save, lockdowns kill: Valuing life after coronashock by Stefan Ecks

Stefan Ecks , April 24th, 2020


The scale and severity of the coronavirus pandemic is a shock to health systems. It is a shock to economies and governments. It is also a shock to…


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Another Day In Quarantine: The Transmutation Of The House

Rebecca_Irons , April 16th, 2020


MARÍA FLORENCIA BLANCO ESMORIS La Matanza, Buenos Aires, Argentina I didn’t wake up that day like all the others. I had slept badly. My only peace of mind…


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2009 Mexico Swine Flu – 2020 Italy Covid19: How I Experienced A Double Quarantine

Rebecca_Irons , April 12th, 2020


SARA SALVATORI In this article, I will briefly describe my experiences during the two pandemics, swine flu and COVID-19,          when I accidentally l…


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Sorry, We’re Closed

Dick Powis , March 29th, 2020


The Delmar Loop, a stretch of what was once racialized as the “Delmar Divide” for the way it separates St. Louis’ population, is normally …


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Reflecting on SARS, 17 years and two flu-like epidemics later by Katherine A. Mason

Katherine A. Mason , March 16th, 2020


On April 12, 2003, I was evacuated from my post teaching English at Zhongshan University in Guangzhou, China. I packed my belongings into two suitcases and a duffle…


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Going Viral in Hong Kong

Laura Meek , March 3rd, 2020


Disease is but the most obvious part of an epidemic. As coronavirus spreads, it fuels many other kinds of contagious forces. AN editor’s note: How can anthropology help…


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