Alterity and Otherness as a Necessary Framework for Thinking About New Social Relationships in a New Post-Pandemic World
LUCAS FRANÇA GARCIA AND JOSÉ ROBERTO GOLDIM
Death and Dying in Colombia During the COVID-19 Pandemic
MARÍA FERNANDA OLARTE-SIERRA
Not all dead bodies are the same, just as not all deaths are equal. Some dead bodies are more uncomfortable than others.
JOSÉ RAMÓN ACOSTA SARIEGO
El escenario de una catástrofe anunciada.
CARLOS JESÚS DELGADO DÍAZ
Embodied Practices and Production of Mobility in Moscow Public Transport during Covid-19
“… then I realized it is not hysteria, it’s just reality”
(description of the pandemic from an interview with a 45 y.o. woman)
VARVARA KOBYSHCHA AND KSENIA SHEPETINA
JAKUB CRCHA & SHACHI MOKASHI
New Intimacies and De-Masking in Medical Anthropology and Global Health. A Reflective Blog
As a medical anthropology PhD student my plan was to start ethnographic research, examining the socio-cultural impact of personalised therapeutics in the NHS colorectal and ovarian cancer treatment setting, in late spring. The arrival of coronavirus in the UK, however, halted this planned start date. Instead, over the last three or so months I have been at home working and thinking about how Covid-19 is impacting cancer patients and health professionals at the forefront of these developments.