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posted on 08.10.2021, 16:03 by Jilly Boyce Kay, Helen Wood
It feels like we launched Cultural Commons – a short-form section committed to voicing radically contextualist, rapid response analyses – at an opportune moment, just as the world seemed to spin off its socio-political axis amid a global catastrophe. The crisis context of Covid-19 is generating reflections and re-evaluations that are pouring out in myriad forms, and it is now almost impossible to keep abreast of the pace of change and the reach of the virus into every terrain of cultural, political and economic life. The virus has tracked and intensified existing inequalities and injustices, but in doing so seems to have irritated the tectonic plates of racial capitalism, accelerating global and local movements for black liberation in the wake of the murder of George Floyd in the United States. [Opening paragraph]

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Citation

European Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol 23, Issue 6, 2020

Author affiliation

School of Media, Communication and Sociology

Version

VoR (Version of Record)

Published in

European Journal of Cultural Studies

Volume

23

Issue

6

Pagination

1019 - 1024

Publisher

SAGE Publications

issn

1367-5494

eissn

1460-3551

Copyright date

2020

Available date

08/10/2021

Language

English

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