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Disrupted Lives and Uncertainties in the Time of Pandemic

"As much as the pandemic is a global health crisis, it is also a world-shifting drive toward new kinds of subjectivity and habitus formation. In a globalized world, the COVID-19 pandemic is a reminder of vulnerability of human existence and indeterminacy of social structures. No matter how richly or poorly we live, how powerful or weak our subject positions are, how highly or lowly we think of ourselves, in the face of the global pandemic, we are just vulnerable human beings."

Read my article published in Canadian Anthropology Society's Culture newsletter, Vol 14, No. 1, Doing/Undoing Anthropology in the time of pandemic. Link here:

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