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[Part I introduces the collaborative writing project, with the book’s authors drawing from their diverse varied perspectives, experiences, and geopolitical locations during the COVID-19 pandemic in reflecting on the everyday and affective qualities of life in the tumultuous days of the emerging...
[For Part II, entitled “The Second Wave,” authors write their entries following a chain structure, within a timeframe of three days, by adding their contribution in a sequence of writing in which they follow the last few words of the previous entry. Many intertwined themes emerged from this...
[The entries in this section are organized around photographs that authors took around the New Year, with the images reflecting their thoughts on the year that has passed (2020), as well as the year to come (2021). Some authors write about what these images mean to them, others allow them to...
[The entries in this section are focused on the daily “calculations” that we make in COVID-19 times. As spatiotemporal dimensions have been altered by the pandemic, so too have our ways of calculating daily activities. Whether we calculate the moments of our days and how slow or fast they are,...
[The entries in this section function as “Interludes,” as ways of reflecting upon how the pandemic has changed human life in exactly one year. Looking back, the authors consider how they see themselves placed across time and space after a challenging year, including one that began with lockdowns...
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