On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global pandemic on Covid-19. Several countries, across the world, including Portugal, declared a state of emergency, and have been taking several measures, with a strong impact both on people’s daily lives, and in various sectors of the economy and society.
The ‘Invisible Enemy’: A Critical Look at the Use of Military Metaphors and Anthropomorphisation During The COVID-19 Pandemic
HÜSLER SAMIRA-SALOMÉ & PYTHON ANNICK MARIA ILDIKO
VAS PAPAGEORGIOU, WILL KENDALL AND LIDIA LUNA PUERTA
March 8th. I book a routine vet visit for my geriatric rescue pony’s annual vaccinations and hormone-monitoring test.
March 22nd. In line with pandemic protocols the vet cancels all non-emergency equine visits.
“In Beijing They Eat Snakes And Then Pig Out”: Xenophobia, Geopolitics, and the Role of the Italian Far-Right in Covid-19 Constructions of China
INGA AENNE FELDMANN
CAMILA RUIZ SEGOVIA