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Temperature and Capital

Measuring the Future with Quantified Heat

Scott W. Schwartz

assertion that the capitalization process “transformed reality from an experience into an output,” I offer the example of quarantine. As a response to the recurring waves of plague that swept Europe after 1348, quarantine is a system that defers the reality

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Protesting in Pandemic Times

COVID-19, Public Health, and Black Lives Matter

Binoy Kampmark

–1910) created the impetus for a new public health regime. With it came the introduction of civil restrictions, including the imposition of quarantines on those suffering infections. While the use of quarantines to target the transmissibility of disease was not

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The Wall, the Ban, and the Objectification of Women

Has “Uncle Sam” Learned any Lessons from “Typhoid Mary?”

Amani Othman and William W. Darrow

healthy appearance, only two samples were Bacillus typhosus negative. Consequently, Mallon was sent to Riverside Hospital for quarantinable diseases at North Brother Island ( Leavitt 1997 ; Sandoval-Peck 2016 ). Living in an isolated cottage there

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Joshua Mullenite

's largest cities. My own experience, emerging from quarantine largely to join my neighbors in the streets, has shown the violence of the situation, as peaceful protestors have been met with pepper spray, tear gas, batons, and mass arrests (see Pereira and

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Khaled Furani

memoirs or, in the case of Ruth Benedict, poetry, all safely quarantined from scholarship. Like Boas and Mead, Benedict expressed having the “faith of a humanist in the advantages of mutual understanding between men” (cited in Mead [1974] 2005: 75 ). Yet

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Daring spaces

Creating multi-sensory learning environments

Sabine Krajewski and Matthew Khoury

meanings ’, in R. Ellis and P. Goodyear (eds), Spaces of Teaching and Learning: Understanding Teaching-Learning Practice ( Singapore : Springer Singapore ). Ross , D. A. ( 2020 ), ‘ Creating a “quarantine curriculum” to enhance teaching and

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First as Tragedy, Then as Teleology

The Politics/People Dichotomy in the Ethnography of Post-Yugoslav Nationalization

Stef Jansen

characteristic of a timeless, violent Balkan sphere. Such Balkanist views are doubly essentialist: they rely on a reified model of nations as always-already existing historical actors and they quarantine violence as an inherently Balkan phenomenon. In contrast

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Stephanie J. Silverman

CECC in Lindsay ( Bureau 2020 ). Optimism over these releases and potential de-carceration is tempered by the Canada-wide deputization of quarantine officers to lay criminal charges to anyone violating pandemic orders: activists are reporting numerous

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Immigrant Sanctuary or Danger

Health Care and Hospitals in the United States

Beatrix Hoffman

sailors. In Venice during the plague epidemic of 1348, public health officials designated an island off the city as a detention center for “potentially infected goods, ships, and persons.” The word lazaretto , as the new quarantine stations were called

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Eschatology, Ethics, and Ēthnos

Ressentiment and Christian Nationalism in the Anthropology of Christianity

Jon Bialecki

been effectively quarantined on reservations. This multiplicity of possible ways of articulating a Christian nationalism is most likely the reason that, for the most part, these claims can float at the level of the affective. At the same time, the