Thinking through complex webs of potency

MAT, Medicine Anthropology Theory Early Tibetan medical responses to the emerging coronavirus epidemic: Notes from a field visit to Dharamsala, India — Barbara Gerke The epidemic of COVID-19 caused by…

A mind of care

Approaching Religion This article approaches issues arising out of being in the middle of the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Finland in March 2020, both from the point…

On the Spectacle of Walking

Journal of Extreme Anthropology Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, in the face of the 21-day nation-wide lockdown imposed in India since 22 March 2020, the migrant worker has become the focal…

Brexit as postindustrial critique

HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory Anthropologists and other commentators struggle to make sense of pre-COVID-19 political developments in the postindustrial Global North. Various narratives were created to explain these dramatic…

The Long Walk

Journal of Extreme Anthropology The Covid-19 pandemic has made a commonplace of the carceral imaginary. Isolation, social distancing, quarantine have become watchwords. Physician instructions, epidemiologist advice, state orders jostle alongside…

Notes de recerca

…en Cataluña Antropologia i fenomenologia de la síndrome del captiveri (Locked-in Syndrome) El cuidado importa. Impacto de género en las cuidadoras/es de mayores y dependientes en tiempos de la Covid-19…

Fixing Inequalities in Time

…from our public economic institutions. This is especially important in the present moment of the COVID-19 epidemic, which has re-politicised fiscal and monetary policy.Keywords: precarity, uncertainty, timescapes, financialisation, speculation, mutuality,solidarity…