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    Session #3: Mobility & Temporality

    Welcome to session #3 of the online space Migratory Times, “Temporality & Mobility.” 

    2020 the world has witnessed major events that have changed the way collectives and individuals relate to time, movement, and space. In this session we invite migratory times visitors to engage in conversations that grapple with insurgency and urgency in a time of global pandemic. As many are compelled to shelter-in-place, class, racial, national and gender labor divides have become more apparent. A central part of ongoing coloniality and the modern economies are the sustaining of oppressive regimes. However, as communities have become disconnected physically, there is an urgency to connect in creative ways, where social change and new imaginaries are part of the public landscape of discourse, politics, and socialities. We invite migratory times visitors to grapple  these complexities that shape mobile subjectivities and temporalities in an age of covid-19.


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The Pandemic is a Portal
An online teach-in with Arundhati Roy. Haymarket Books is an independent, radical, non-profit publisher. Every dollar we take in from book sales and donations goes directly to support our project of publishing books for changing the world—a project has never been more necessary or more urgent. We need your help to continue to do the work. While all of our events are freely available, we ask that those who are able make a solidarity donation in support of our continuing to do this work. http://www.haymarketbooks.org

La expresión “estamos viviendo un momento interesante” nunca fue más cierta que ahora. Desde que la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) declaró una pandemia global por el nuevo coronavirus, llamado Covid-19, la mayoría de los medios de comunicación e internet desbordan información y desinformación sobre el virus, la forma de contraerlo, la forma de contagio y la mejor manera de protegernos a nosotros/as mismos/as y nuestros seres queridos. Yo también me siento perdida en múltiples laberintos de información y actualización sobre el virus, y me inquietan mis seres queridos, amigos/as y compañeros/as de trabajo del mundo entero. En estos tiempos de cuarentena y aislamiento tanto recomendados y decretados, como autoimpuestos, internet y otras tecnologías de comunicación se han convertido en un salvavidas para mucha gente.

The saying “we live in interesting times” has never been more true than it is now. With the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring the novel coronavirus, Covid-19, a global pandemic, most news outlets and the internet are flooded with both information and misinformation about the virus, how it’s contracted, how it’s spread and how people can protect themselves and their loved ones from contracting it. I too find myself lost in various wormholes of information and updates about the virus, as I worry about my loved ones, friends and workmates scattered across the world. In this time of self and enforced quarantine and isolation, the internet and other communication technologies have become a lifeline for many people.

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