From the European South

a transdisciplinary journal of postcolonial humanities

7 (2020)

Surviving the pandemic. Reflections on intimacy, care, inequalities, resistance and transnational solidarity

Table of Contents

  • Editorial

    Annalisa Oboe and Gaia Giuliani
    [pp. 3-5]
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  • Pandemic: a six-handed study

    Gaia Giuliani, Paolo Gorgoni, Fidelia Avanzato
    [pp. 7-19]
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  • Feminist intersectional perspectives on pandemic narratives: Larissa Lai’s The Tiger Flu

    Chiara Xausa
    [pp. 21-34]
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  • Israel/Palestine/Covid-19: one more weapon in the siege?

    Patrick Williams
    [pp. 35-45]
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  • Unnatural borders: will Covid-19 break time and space?

    Melissa Tandiwe Myambo
    [pp. 47-60]
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  • The pandemic of racial capitalism: another world is possible

    Layla Brown-Vincent
    [pp. 61-74]
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  • Keywords, again: provisional reflections from a situated perspective

    Claudia Gualtieri
    [pp. 75-93]
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Reviews

  • The spectacle of antiracism

    Daniela Silvestre Jorge Ayoub on Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge and White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo
    [pp. 95-100]
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  • Black women's voices reach out to the world

    Giada Bonu on Il luogo della parola (Lugar de Fala) by Djamila Ribeiro
    [pp. 101-105]
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  • On pandemic solidarity

    Carla Panico on Pandemic Solidarity: Mutual Aid during the Covid-19 by Marina Sitrin and Colectiva Sembrar
    [pp. 107-111]
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