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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Catherine Malabou;
    Publisher: University of Chicago Press
    Country: United Kingdom

    The article focuses on arrival of vessel from Kerkyra, Greece carrying dead crew members body died of mysterious disease in Messina in May 1743 and mentions redoubled quarantine that expresses isolation need from collective isolation Topics discussed include possibility of writing when solitude started, social distance which strips from what remains of social in distance and crisis of capitalism, ecology and China-U S -Russia strategic relation due to coronavirus pandemic

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Emmanuel Alloa;
    Publisher: University of Chicago Press

    The article focuses on coronavirus pandemic which is blamed on deregulated border crossing for anticommunists and mentions collective castigation in Egypt aimed at production of awakening Topics discussed include coronavirus blamed on financial capitalism and biopolitical state of exception, response to telepresence technologies and therapeutic appointments by videoconference considered by healthcare institutions

  • Publication . Article . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Bruno Latour;
    Publisher: University of Chicago Press

    The author focuses on republican Ramadan that can be chance for people to reflect importance of derisory and mentions noise surrounding state of war against coronavirus pandemic Topics discussed include archaism of return to the European borders, general mobilization against coronavirus that does not prove people to be ready for next and relearning efforts of washing hand

  • Publication . Article . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Ayers, Bill;
    Publisher: University of Chicago Press
  • Publication . Article . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    W. J. T. Mitchell;
    Publisher: University of Chicago Press

    The author focuses on impact of coronavirus on duties of nurses and doctors, people unemployed at food banks and incompetence at helm of national government Topics discussed include reflection on biopolitics and biopower inspired by the virus, post humanism which relocates bodies between complexity and simplicity and pastor Robert Jeffress who conjured with possibility of coronavirus is judgement from God

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bernard E. Harcourt;
    Publisher: University of Chicago Press

    The article focuses on unemployment claims filed by several Americans as result of economic devastation due to the coronavirus pandemic and mentions U S stock market that was recorded in April 2020 Topics discussed inlcude back of corporations made clear by Republican senators and president Donald Trump, share holders allowed to enrich when economic recovers allowed by provisions on the bailout restrictions and enhancement of market value

  • Publication . Article . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Chiara Cappelletto; Samuel Fleck;
    Publisher: The University of Chicago Press
    Country: Italy

    The article focuses on narrative of Covid-19 pandemic which plays into conservative iconic order and mentions practices to modify the neurobiological processes of individuals Topics discussed include challenges for government infrastructure responsible for medical care, questions of embodiment raised by the Covid-19 and transformation of public space into media space

  • Publication . Article . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Nikolaj Schultz;
    Publisher: University of Chicago Press
    Country: Denmark

    The article focuses on collective psychology to understand social reaction of coronavirus related to helplessness experienced by society in face of climate change Topics discussed include accumulation of civil mobilization and action readiness, virus considered as strike at heart of capitalism and discovering changes in the social values

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Lennard J. Davis;
    Publisher: University of Chicago Press

    The article focuses on the Americans with Disabilities Act which acknowledges subjectivities and human rights involved in disabled identity and mentions that the coronavirus pandemic has brought into war of survival Topics discussed include biopolitics and thanatopolitics that might display to have been in opposition, proliferation of life that blunted emotional response and utilitarian guidelines adopted by several states

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Joshua Clover;
    Publisher: University of Chicago Press

    How swiftly do genres of the quarantine emerge! Notable among them is the discovery of the relation between the present pandemic and onrushing climate collapse The driving force of this genre is not holy shit two ways for a lot of people to die but the realization, or hope, that the great mobilizations of state resources currently being unspooled to address COVID-19 prove the possibility of a comparable or greater mobilization against ecological catastrophe, an even greater threat if somewhat less immediate There is to be sure a certain mixing of analogies: in the United States, confronting climate change is conventionally likened to the New Deal or Marshall Plan, schemes to hedge against the charisma of communism, while addressing the pandemic decisively takes the language of war itself, a “war footing,” “wartime president,” and so on This is an interesting slippage, no doubt, though both analogies rely on a vision of preserving global hegemony Insert rueful laugh