This is a collage made from the visuals discussed by this artifact's contributors at the T-STS COVID19 India Group meeting on November 24, 2020
Three questions emerged from our discussion:
What gaps does COVID19 reveal in health infrastructures in this place?
Who is activated as an environmental advocate during COVID19 in this place? What is their capacity to respond to COVID19 as a disaster? (e.g. community health workers; frontline workers; labor rights)
Which places are being seen, or not being seen, in new ways due to COVID19? (e.g. households become a source of biomedical waste--connection to housing, biomedical waste, and public health; the boundary between gated communities and slums as a place)
For more details, please visit our working group page: https://disaster-sts-network.org/content/covid19-places-india/essay
Visuals are from the following sources:
Visual by Hariprasad: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2219981-how-deadly-disease-outbreak...
Visual by Prerna: https://thejeshgn.com/projects/covid19-india/non-virus-deaths/
Anonymous, "COVID19 India Group November 2020 Update", contributed by Prerna Srigyan, Nishtha Bharti, Vinisha Singh Basnet and Hariprasad V M, Disaster STS Network, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 4 December 2020, accessed 15 August 2022. https://disaster-sts-network.org/content/covid19-india-group-november-2020-update