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Affective Cartographies of Collective Blame

Mediating Citizen–State Relations in Aotearoa/New Zealand and Australia during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Susanna Trnka and L. L. Wynn

collectively follow lockdown regulations. Agamben (2020) , Chomsky (2020) , Foucault (2004) and others have written persuasively of how state power is extended during states of emergency, some- times never to retract. But while States may flex their muscle

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Beyond the Edges of the Screen

Longing for the Physical ‘Spaces Between’

Alyssa Grossman and Selena Kimball

of sociality and as fundamentally separate from the ‘real’ (see Jurgenson 2011 , 2016 ). 6 For related texts on affective atmospheres and ‘mood work’, see Ahmed 2010 , Berlant 2011 , and Highmore 2017. 7 This term is a nod to Foucault's notion

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Microbial Intimacy

Andrew Dawson and Simone Dennis

cases between China, the United States and Russia – on how state systems of disease control and treatment are implicated in the regulation of populations in general (see also Foucault 1995 ) and the regulation of intimacies in particular. Microbes

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Unexpected Intimacies

An Exploration of the Physician–Patient Relationship during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kelly Colas

knowledge plays a crucial role in the dynamic between physician and patient. Michel Foucault (1963) famously referred to this dynamic as the ‘medical gaze’, asserting that the separation of the mind from the body enables physicians to hold power over

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Indigenous Leadership, Anthropology and Intercultural Communication for COVID-19 Response in the Rio Negro Indigenous Territory, Brazilian Amazonia

Danilo Paiva Ramos, Alex Shankland, Domingos Barreto, and Renato Athias

based on state agents’ power/knowledge ( Foucault 1989 ), SESAI implemented a mode of communication in health based on screening operations, aiming to restrict access to information and limit data circulation ( Fiorin 2017: 161 ). This negates the value

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Experiencing Graduated Intimacies during Lockdown (Fengcheng)

A Reflexive and Comparative Approach to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Urban China

Junjie Chen

gaze of their neighbours (cf. Foucault 1973 ). Deemed as carriers of the COVID-19 virus and a threat to public health, the student's entire family was isolated by its community. His family members were instantly avoided by their neighbours; their