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We were made for these times
An immigrant from ex-Yugoslavia compares her experience of the 1999 NATO bombing of her home country with the experience of living in COVID19 times and invites the readers to connect to their own ancestors and ancestral ...
No, this is not how I had expected my Senior Year would end
A Personal Narrative which details the increase in ethnic and racial tensions, which results from a general sense of panic and the influence said panic has over global politics.
Reading in the Time of Coronavirus
Limiting media consumption decreased my information overload during COVID-19, while insights from poetry and the stories of family and friends provided resilience and forward momentum through action and activism.
Pride vs Anxiety
A blog on the constant balancing act I tend to play between feeling anxious and feeling proud, of my daughter who is a junior doctor in the UK, on the frontlines during these times of crisis.
Unimagined Communities in a Time of Global Crisis
A reflection on the theory of diaspora and the future of immigration
This is a narrative of a woman, who shares excerpts from her life to illustrate that a disease is not the only reason why people are quarantined.
Expat Life Under Quarantine: Reflections of a Reluctant Cook
This is a reflection on home cooking, and how it intersects with gender, class, education.
Mourning our Collective Space: Reimagining our Community on the Screen
This essay discusses how the Interrupting Privilege program created by the Center for Communication, Difference, and Equity has been forced to change and adapt in the age of social distancing.
Corona on Two Continents: Same and Different
I compare my situation during lockdown with that of a young Afghan named Morteza, who has been living in a refugee camp in northern Greece since 2016.
How do you spend your time in the quarantine?
Walking around a variety of landscapes and contemplating about loneliness and life during the quarantine.