When we couldn’t breathe. (Our) Stories from the Margins

Rosalba Icaza, Zuleika Bibi Sheik*

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Abstract

We begin our introduction by situating our special issue Our Bodies Breathe Resistance: COVID19 Stories From/In the Margins within the emergent academic debates around global inequalities, breathing and the body under COVID19 conditions informed by international relations, critical development studies, and anti/post/decolonial feminist scholarship. We do this while articulating our experiential approach to knowing as one that questions false dichotomies between theory and practice. In this way we practice enfleshed and positioned thinking while dialoguing with literature that de-centres from western ‘contemporaneity’ and allows us to display the limits of detached and disembodied thinking in times of COVID19. Guided by the following question: What happens when global inequalities, breathing, and bodies are thought of from a different geo-genealogy to that of western critical feminist antiessentialist approaches we introduce each of the contributors to the special issue organized around the actions of Refusing, Healing, Caring, Eating, and Learning.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)201-207
Number of pages7
JournalGlobalizations
Volume20
Issue number2
Early online date5 Mar 2023
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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