Research in corona times

Covid-19 is shaking up our society. As we speak, our Prime Minister is seriously condemning the violence that has taken place in several parts of the Netherlands over the past night in response to the curfew that was installed on Saturday 23 January. Draconic measures, perhaps, and to a large...
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The art of weaving

“From the shore we can watch the tide going out, but, because there is no reference point, we don’t know how much height there is between high tide and low tide. In Jersey the peak can reach up to 12 meters”. I have come to meet Severine Amsing. As an...
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The Long Walk

Some images endure; they become symbolic; of a time, event, or of some real or imagined human quality. The enduring image of the COVID19 pandemic in India will not be of masked health-workers; overworked, tired, but ultimately celebrated; it will be of a ceaseless swarm of decrepit workers walking, children...
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