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Adapting to Crisis

Migration Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Aydan Greatrick, Jumana Al-Waeli, Hannah Sender, Susanna Corona Maioli, Jin L. Li, and Ellen Goodwin

we had previously imagined having to deal with uncertainty and change in our fieldwork, we had not imagined becoming mutually—though differently—affected by the same global pandemic. This article focuses on the specific, but not unique, experiences of

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Reflecting on Crisis

Ethics of Dis/Engagement in Migration Research

Ioanna Manoussaki-Adamopoulou, Natalie Sedacca, Rachel Benchekroun, Andrew Knight, and Andrea Cortés Saavedra

fieldwork before the first lockdown of 2020. Yet we consequently found ourselves being “submitted to the virus” (ibid.) in both our homes and research fields, since connections to the field often preexist and continue well beyond the designated fieldwork

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Towards Critical Analytical Auto-Ethnography

Global Pandemic and Migrant Women (Im)mobilities in Northern Ireland

Marta Kempny

The global pandemic has affected the process of ethnographic fieldwork, bringing about a sudden shift in relationships with the Other and with the social world. The socially distanced world has provided us with a new context for our research

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Museums and the Pandemic, One Year On

Some Reflections on Academic Resilience

Joanna Cobley

to undertake any new fieldwork were limited and sabbatical plans needed adjusting, the museum and heritage research community was adapting and was keen for critical engagement. In conclusion, I offer two points to consider. First is the importance of