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  • PART 3: My COVID Reading List from March/April 2020

    The Necropolitics of Care My main interest in the aforementioned work of Scoones is in exploring how ‘uncertainty’ is dealt with through modelling. An epic industry that stretches far beyond academia into insurance giants and risk management in all sectors of life. A recent book by Frederic Keck explores the question of uncertainty in disease […]

    PART 3: My COVID Reading List from March/April 2020
  • PART 2: My COVID Reading List from March/April 2020

    Where Care Meets Social Context Starting with Adia Benton’s webinar that initiates thinking about ‘ (i) What kind of powers are granted in any kind of emergency; (ii) Needing to reimagine our international institutions; (iii) Needing to consider epidemiological and clinical concerns in the context of different social and economic realities; (iv) COVID-19 has revealed […]

    PART 2: My COVID Reading List from March/April 2020
  • PART 1: My COVID Reading List from March/April 2020

    Some weeks ago I listened to Eben Kirksey’s webinar in relation to COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2). It was a tad of fresh air in comparision to the dogmatic perspectives on biological phenomenon so many of us are schooled in. For me however, the webinar was very light going having studied genetics and being an anthropologist foucssed on […]

    PART 1: My COVID Reading List from March/April 2020