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Tag Archives: lockdown

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  • 27
    Sep

    2021

    Lockdown Metaphors

    In 2020, I was struggling to negotiate my academic work (teaching remotely online and finishing the production process for a new book) while homeschooling three children and mourning the loss of a dear...

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    Jun

    2020

    In Spitting Distance of Flammable (the...

    My earliest spitting memory comes from a movie. A character, trussed up or held down, spits at the villain. I’ve forgotten the name of the movie but there are half a dozen similar scenes in Hindi cinema...

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  • 3
    Jun

    2020

    Cummings, Covid and the British Establishment

    By the Establishment, I do not only mean the centres of official power—though they are certainly part of it—but rather the whole matrix of official and social relations within which power is exercised....

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