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‘It's Like Waking Up in the Library’

How an International Student Dorm in Copenhagen Became a Closed Circuit during COVID-19

Brian McGahey

spread of COVID-19 have dramatically altered the ways in which ethnographic fieldwork as understood in anthropology – that is, rooted in physical co-presence and intersubjectivity – can be carried out. In a recent article on this issue, Magdalena Góralska

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Porous Bodies

Corporeal Intimacies, Disgust and Violence in a COVID-19 World

Cynthia Sear

indeed cultural, but it is also, as Sarah Hillewaert (2016) has argued, an embodied and inter-subjective experience. While Erving Goffman described the role of the handshake in demonstrating ‘how worthy he is of respect and how worthy he feels others

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COVID-19 as method

Managing the ubiquity of waste and waste-collectors in India

Tridibesh Dey

support, valorise or resist different modes of waste collection. Each set of practices and practical standards configures a wide range of spatio-temporal and intersubjective relations, and as such, re-standardisation leads to multiple forms of socio

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Take My Breath Away

Transformations in the Practices of Relatedness and Intimacy through Australia's 2019–2020 Convergent Crises

Deane Fergie, Rod Lucas, and Morgan Harrington

’ (2013: ix): 12 Kinsfolk are members of one another, intrinsic to each other's identity and existence. Coming in various degrees and forms, such intersubjective relations of being … account for performative or ‘made’ kinship as well as relations of