Corona Chronicles: Voices from the Field

Dear All, 

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University recently started an initiative to document the ongoing worldwide situation under the effects of the Corona Virus pandemic: Corona Chronicles: Voices from the Field. The platform aims capture what is happening on the ground and present different perspectives and voices from Southeast Asia and other regions.

Re: Eugenics on the Web -- May 2020

 

One of our members, Philippa Levine, contributed an article to The Hill, "Letting 'nature run its course' on COVID-19 ignores what led to this economic mess," where she discusses a similar argument made by Karl Binding and Alfred Hoche a century ago: https://thehill.com/opinion/finance/498751-letting-nature-run-its-course-on-covid-19-ignor...

 

ANK: Live online lecture series "Cultures of the Crisis. Corona and beyond - Problems, Practices, Perspectives" (24.4.-26.6.2020)

The current worldwide health crisis is also a crisis of social structures and cultural values. New national and cultural divides are arising, debates on solidarity and economic inequality are omnipresent, fake news are spreading, isolation leads to unprecedented social hardships.

In this lecture series, experts from Cultural Studies and related fields present analyses of these and other aspects of the “Corona Crisis”, provide broader perspectives on various cultures of crisis, and offer insights into cultural practices of coping with them.

Corona Chronicles: Voices from the Field

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University announces the release of an initiative to document the ongoing worldwide situation under the effects of the Corona Virus pandemic: Corona Chronicles: Voices from the Field. The platform aims capture what is happening on the ground and present different perspectives and voices from Southeast Asia and other regions. It will provide regular up-to-date commentary, analysis and thoughtful insight into how COVID-19 is impacting individuals, communities and nations as well as research initiatives.

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