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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

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

A New Mother’s Pandemic Stories

The work of organizing is always about bringing people together.

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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.”

The Young Are Leading The Revolution

On Toni Morrison and Radically Reimagining

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

Solo Parenting in a Pandemic

Poetry, the Pandemic, and Prisoners

Honoring Health Care Workers from a Kitchen Studio

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

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

Reflections on Black Life and Death

What is the role of music in times of crisis?

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