eSS Sunday Edit: Languages of COVID’s Cultural Imaginary

Published By: eSocialSciences, Mumbai, India | Published Date: August, 29 , 2020

Paintings depicting the great plagues in Europe have remained cultural texts for centuries, documenting not just people’s suffering but also social attitudes, official responses and theological-eschatological debates, constituting the cultural imaginary of the great plagues. Is a similar imaginary already emerging around COVID?

Author(s): Pramod K. Nayar | Posted on: Aug 30, 2020 | Views() | Download (198)

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