Essays

THE DIGNITY OF TIME: CONTRADICTIONS OF WORK AND CARE FOR MIDDLE CLASS WORKING MOTHERS.

Serena Brigidi, Fabiola Mancinelli, Juan M. Leyva-Moral, Marta Ausona Bieto

Barcelona, Spain 8 July 2020
Essays

Corporate Care and Solidarity?

Andreas Chatzidakis

Can corporations care, let alone demonstrate solidarity? I had started pondering this question a few months before the Covid-19 pandemic took hold. I vividly recall being in a meeting with the Care Collective and stumbling upon a “Primark Cares” pop-up store on my return home...

London, UK 1 July 2020
Letters and Reflections

L’inconfort et la détresse adoucis par la solidarité / Discomfort and Distress Softened by Solidarity

Josiane Boulad-Ayoub

Montreal, Canada 29 June 2020
Essays

COVID-19, Racialisation and Care: Nepali Healthcare Practitioners’ Frontline Experience

Radha Adhikari

Edinburgh. London. Nepal. 26 June 2020
Photos and Art

Conversations with Krishna: Everyday Musings of a Child Growing Up in Pandemic Times

Radhika Govinda

Edinburgh, Scotland 25 June 2020
Photos and Art

Zooming Mum: Lockdown in the Care Home

Kate Carruthers Thomas

Birmingham, UK 23 June 2020
Letters and Reflections

COVID Outside Our Door: A Letter to my Growing Son (and Myself)

A. Andrada

Edinburgh, UK 16 June 2020
Essays

Death in the absence of hugs

Pat Sikes

UK 12 June 2020
Photos and Art

Protect our National Health Service (NHS)

Lauren

North Wales and Lancaster, UK 12 June 2020
Essays

Questioning the “New Normal” of the Filipino State: A Call for Government Responsibility During the Pandemic

Gretchen Abuso

Mindanao, Philippines 5 June 2020
Essays

A Malleable Border Teeming with Life

Lata Mani

Oakland, California, USA 2 June 2020
Essays

Parents’ Home Office Challenges During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Lena Hipp, Stefan Munnes and Mareike Bünning

Berlin, Germany 28 May 2020
Photos and Art

In time of social distance

William Wall

Ireland 26 May 2020
Essays

Precarity and the Effect of Sudden Economic Shock on the Intimate Labour Force in India

Sutapa Majumdar

Pune, India 19 May 2020
Photos and Art

FIRST NIGHT ON THE FRONT LINES

Ruben Sumaguio

Blackpool, UK 18 May 2020
Essays

Forgotten ones – the ambiguity of care in a homeless shelter during Covid-19

Johannes Lenhard

Cambridge, UK 18 May 2020
Essays

Hacia una cultura del cuidado / Towards a Culture of Care

Magdalena Zegarra Chiappori

Lima, Peru 15 May 2020
Essays

On Being Old and Vulnerable

Mary Evans

In telling the over-70s to stay at home the government is recognising vulnerability, but refusing to consider how that vulnerability is produced.

UK 13 May 2020
Essays

Can Covid 19 be a Game-Changer? Those Who Serve on the Frontline and Servant Loyalty during the Indian Mutiny of 1857

Shalini Grover

A comparative account of the current Covid pandemic & the Indian Mutiny of 1857; what these events have in common is gender and a crisis in social reproduction. Quarantine diaries and mutiny diaries bring us to historical cross-roads for re-evaluating class-gender-race-caste.

Kent, UK 6 May 2020
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