Author: Ipsita Chatterjee

IPSITA CHATTERJEE is an associate professor at the Department of Geography and the Environment, University of North Texas, and author of two books: Spectacular Cities: Religion, Landscape and the Dialectics of Globalization (Oxford, 2016) and Displacement, Revolution, and the New Urban Condition (Sage, 2014).

What Is COVID-19 Teaching Us About Being Human?

Grocery aisles stand devoid of toilet paper rolls, paper towels, meat, and canned products as panic-stricken urbanites stock their pantries and garages to avoid multiple trips to the supermarket, or maybe even to avoid doomsday scarcity. When people do visit . . .

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