COVID-19, sociology of absence, tissue cultures, education
This is a meditation on the role of absence during the COVID-19, especially the ways absences are felt and experienced. It explores the roles of bodies as both symbols and material. Bodies are both thought through the logic of borders and difference but also as the raw resources of scientific investigations. This is all examined within and against “education” both in my and in my students’ (pre and in-service teachers) classes and our anxieties of not knowing the what or how we of our jobs in these conditions.
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"Reflections on Bodies and Absences in the COVID-19 Interregnum,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 15
, Article 8.