1. Our COVID Conjuncture: Critical Essays on the Pandemic
  2. Penelope Ironstone, Greg Bird
  3. pp. 5-10
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  1. The New Normal
  2. Victor Li
  3. pp. 11-12
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  1. COVID-19: An Essay in Keywords
  2. Penelope Ironstone
  3. pp. 13-21
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  1. Pandemic Imaginaries and the Racial Politics of Masking
  2. Jasmin Zine
  3. pp. 22-32
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  1. Sua Cuique Persona: The Ambivalent Politics of Masks
  2. Philippe Theophanidis
  3. pp. 33-41
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  1. The Edges of a Pandemic: Pseudoscience, Alternative Medicine, and Belief in the Age of COVID
  2. Alexandra Boutros
  3. pp. 42-49
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  1. What Is Quarantine: Cruise Ships, Lepers and the Temptation of Christ
  2. Greg Bird
  3. pp. 50-60
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  1. The Emergence of Emergency
  2. Sara Matthews
  3. pp. 61-69
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  1. Police Abolition/Black Revolt
  2. Robyn Maynard
  3. pp. 70-78
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  1. Pandemic Time and Wartime, All Out of Joint
  2. Neil Balan
  3. pp. 79-87
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  1. Rethinking Risk Communication: Lessons From a Pandemic
  2. Scott S.D. Mitchell, Josh Beanlands
  3. pp. 88-95
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  1. The Pandemic as “Joke”: Meme Culture, the Alt-Right, and Steve Bannon’s “War Room”
  2. Tad Lemieux, Stuart J. Murray
  3. pp. 96-105
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  1. A View of COVID-19 from 30,000 Feet
  2. Archana Rampure
  3. pp. 106-114
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  1. The Intersecting Violence(s) of a Pandemic
  2. Yasmin Jiwani
  3. pp. 115-122
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  1. A Pandemic in an Age of Omnipresent Sovereign Power: The Plight of Palestine
  2. Mark M. Ayyash
  3. pp. 123-131
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  1. States of Emergency and the Muselmann in Long-Term Care Homes
  2. Eve Haque
  3. pp. 132-140
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  1. Tyranny vs. Freedom? On the Liberal Apparatus of Biopolitical Security
  2. Jonathan Short
  3. pp. 141-149
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  1. Climate Change and COVID-19: Structure and System in a Future Tense
  2. Todd Dufresne
  3. pp. 150-157
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  1. Nothing New Here to See: How COVID-19 and State Violence Converge on Black Life
  2. Rinaldo Walcott
  3. pp. 158-163
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  1. Isolation, Loneliness, Solitude: The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Brought Us Too Close Together
  2. John Paul Ricco
  3. pp. 164-172
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  1. The “Communovirus,” (In)Equality, and Justice
  2. Victor Li
  3. pp. 173-180
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  1. Triage Culture: On Losing and (Re)Gaining Trust at the Time of COVID-19
  2. Roberta Buiani
  3. pp. 181-189
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  1. Solidarity at a Time of Risk: Vulnerability and the Turn to Mutual Aid
  2. Natalie Kouri-Towe
  3. pp. 190-198
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