In this contribution to ISRF Bulletin 25, Eleanor Jupp explores the meaning and longer-term significance of mutual aid practices that flourished during the Covid-19 pandemic.
What we can learn from squatters, climate protestors and desert hippies.
Twenty years of cruel anti-immigrant policy have left thousands of asylum seekers in limbo, detained in offshore prisons or in mainland commercial hotels.
How will we record the pandemic and its effectson our lives? How will we look back at the significance of the present in the future?
Dead cities are enduring images in post-apocalyptic literature and cinema.
Is a second wave of coronavirus the price of freedom?
Kurdish diaspora associations in European cities have performed a crucial function to mitigate the challenging implications of the coronavirus.
The coronavirus lockdown in the UK has lead the government to increasingly focus on the affective life of the populace. This draws our attention to sovereign encounters, racialised public order and the temper of the populace more generally.