COVID19 Places: India

This essay scaffolds a discussion of how COVID19 is unfolding in India. A central question this essay hopes to build towards is: If we examine the ways COVID19 is unfolding in India, does "India" remain a sufficient analytic? In what other ways can we think about connections between scale and space if we look at COVID19? This contributes to a broader discussion about how places are being thought about within the Transnational STS COVID-19 project. 


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May 21, 2020

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Prerna Srigyan, Priyanka deSouza, Kim Fortun, Vinisha Singh Basnet, Nishtha Bharti, Kim Fernandes, Hariprasad V M and Stefan Laser. 21 May 2020, "COVID19 Places: India", Disaster STS Network, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 4 December 2020, accessed 18 August 2022.