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Songs of the Pandemic

Michael Alexander Ulfstjerne

revitalisation of tradition do more than bring out what is there. They move, they become infrastructures, they point ahead. This did not go unnoticed. The Scientific Counsel in Denmark has recently financed a project meant to explore how we can build off the

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Digital Humanities—Ways Forward; Future Challenges

Honoring David Kammerling Smith and the Digital Public Sphere; Acceleration?; Digital Humanities for the People(?); Infrastructure as Privilege; Computation, Cultures, and Communities; Digital Humanities and Generational Shift

Sally Debra Charnow, Jeff Horn, Jeffrey S. Ravel, Cindy Ermus, David Joseph Wrisley, Christy Pichichero, and David Kammerling Smith

, with good humor and a genuine desire to help people in any way possible. You are an exemplar of what makes our Society a community. Celebrating the contributions of this pioneer in building the infrastructure to support, coordinate, and publicize

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Exploring the Digital Revolution in Education in India during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Shivi Grover and Leemamol Mathew

skills to teach and administer tests in an online environment. Yet because there was no alternative, educators began to teach digitally as a result of the nationwide lockdowns. In this endeavor they faced challenges such as the lack of infrastructure

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COVID-19 as method

Managing the ubiquity of waste and waste-collectors in India

Tridibesh Dey

Ahmedabad, India. 1 I argue that the current pandemic may constitute such a binding event as freelance waste-collection networks are paralysed by the lockdown and ‘authorised’ modes of waste collection are prioritised, leading to a novel ‘infrastructuring

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Reflections on COVID-19

Marla Frederick, Yunus Doğan Telliel, and Heather Mellquist Lehto

infrastructural project—in their words, building ‘holy infrastructure’ that provides the material-spiritual conditions for the translocal communication of grace and the Holy Spirit, and ultimately for creating a more Christian world. Religious Diaspora as

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Legal regimes under pandemic conditions: A comparative anthropology

Geoffrey Hughes

-Naber et al. 2020 14–16 ). In this regard, the response leveraged an infrastructure shaped by decades of counterinsurgency planning, dating back to before the expulsion of the PLO from the country's refugee camps in 1970 ( Massad 2001: 204–245 ) and

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The Case of India

A Moral Foundation for the Impact of COVID-19 on Health and Society in the World's Largest Democracy

Sony Pellissery, Vijay Paul, Khushi Srivastava, and Drishti Ranjan

of spending was focused on disease control programs. As a result, both infrastructure development and medical education have suffered tremendously. There have been very limited efforts to get the few trained medical professionals to rural areas in

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Editorial Introduction

The Cases of Pakistan and the United States

Harry G. J. Nijhuis and Laurent J.G. van der Maesen

that are taking place in many parts of the world. Each year in the world, 10 million people are forcefully displaced due to mega-construction projects, including infrastructure facilities, such as dams and reservoirs, urban renewal schemes, and fossil

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The Case of the United States (2)

Reframing the COVID-19 Crisis as a Problem

Iva A. Terwilliger, Kevin J. O'Leary, and Julie K. Johnson

allow hospitals to better respond. Finally, we discuss how the integration of hospital problem-solving infrastructure can lay the foundation for proper identification and classification. Overall, we argue that organizations need to examine and rethink

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The Case of Brazil

Coloniality and Pandemic Misgovernance as Necropolitical Tools in the Amazon

Vanessa Boanada Fuchs

transformations. The article concludes that known infrastructural and health system gaps interplayed with preexisting socioeconomic inequalities, ethnic bias, and assaults to local ecosystems and territorial safeguards, requiring a complex governance scheme to