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Interview | Pandemic Archives | 22.01.21

Elisabeth was recently interviewed about the importance of the humanities' participation in discourses about the pandemic and its effects, proposing that we draw on the pandemic archives of the cultural imaginary––histories and fictions that have captured and processed moments of crisis and their consequences––to better understand the present moment.

The interview is part of the "Geisteswissenschaft-konkret" series, which was launched as part of Initiative Geisteswissenschaften, aimed at highlighting the relevance of the humanities in sociopolitical and economic discourses and thought.


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