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The Deadly Intersections of COVID-19

Race, States, Inequalities and Global Society

Edited by Sunera Thobani

Published

Jul 1, 2022

Page count

176 pages

ISBN

978-1529224665

Dimensions

216 x 138 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

Jul 1, 2022

Page count

176 pages

ISBN

978-1529224672

Dimensions

216 x 138 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Introduction - Sunera Thobani

Part 1: The Political Economy and Cultural Politics of COVID-19

1. Sacrificial Logics: COVID-19 and the Politics of Race and Nation in Canada - Sunera Thobani

2. Racism, Anti-Communism and COVID-19: The Making of a Transnational Discursive War Against China – Yuezhi Zhao, with Xuezhi Du

3. Life or Livelihood? COVID-19 in the UK and the Existential Question of Our Times - Radha D'Souza and Nehmat Kaur

4. Understanding Barriers and Facilitators Research Participation Among Minority Populations in the Context of COVID-19 - Mieka Smart

Part 2: The Violence of Under/Development and Un/Employment

5. 'You Are No More Required': COVID-19 Unmasks the False Premises of Development - Farida Akhtar

6. Mapping Multiple Vulnerabilities of Women Domestic Workers During COVID-19 - Reflection from India - Sabiha Hussain

Part 3: Lives Under Lockdown

7. Lockdown Topographies - Suvendrini Perera

8. COVID-19 and Gaza Under Siege - Ayman Qwaider

9. #NoGoingBack: How to Live With a Virus the Queer Way - Jin Haritaworn

10. Conclusion– Sunera Thobani