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Responding to the Twin Pandemics of COVID-19 and Racial Injustice

Arts and Humanities in a Time of Crisis

Image courtesy of Mayra Sierra-Rivera '20, Studio art major

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Bloodlines and/at the Border

The Structural Intimacies of LGBTQ Transnational Kinship

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The Fire This Time

Facing the twin pandemics with James Baldwin's The Fire Next Time

I’ll Stick to Haiku

A New Mother’s Pandemic Stories

Organizing Goes Virtual: Building a Union while Sheltering in Place

The work of organizing is always about bringing people together.

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“To heal, we must remember”: ‘Archives of Feeling’ from HIV Activism to COVID-19

On the eve of the US presidential inauguration, President Joe Biden acknowledged the over 400,000 deaths from COVID-19 in the United States with these words: “To heal, we must remember.”

Activism is Art

The Young Are Leading The Revolution

What Can a Future of this Time Be?

On Toni Morrison and Radically Reimagining

On the impact of Covid-19 in the Amazon region

Passing of indigenous actor represents the more visible end of a complex, centuries-long story of oppression and neglect

Surviving with Adam

Solo Parenting in a Pandemic

"earth"

Poetry, the Pandemic, and Prisoners

Gratitude

Honoring Health Care Workers from a Kitchen Studio

Study as refusal

How does one study anthropological methods as refusal in this moment?

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Uncanny Thinking

How the Covid-19 Pandemic Brings the Uncanniness of Horror Movies to Our Daily Lives

Trapped Inside A Maze

Reflections on Black Life and Death

In Art We Trust

What is the role of music in times of crisis?

On COVID-19, Shakespeare, and being immeasurably weary

Thinking through theater, pandemics, and productivity with Emily St. John Mandel's Station Eleven.