We develop questions for a COVID-19 research agenda from the anthropology of disasters to study the production of pandemic as a feature of the normatively accepted societal state of affairs. We encourage an applied study of the pandemic that recognizes it as the product of connections between people, with their social systems, nonhumans, and the material world more broadly, with attention to root causes, (post)colonialism and capitalism, multispecies networks, the politics of knowledge, gifts and mutual aid, and the work of recovery.
Entangled Roots and Otherwise Possibilities: An Anthropology of Disasters COVID-19 Research Agenda
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A.J. Faas, Roberto Barrios, Virginia García-Acosta, Adriana Garriga-López, Seven Mattes, Jennifer Trivedi; Entangled Roots and Otherwise Possibilities: An Anthropology of Disasters COVID-19 Research Agenda. Human Organization 1 December 2020; 79 (4): 333–342. doi: https://doi.org/10.17730/1938-3525-79.4.333
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