24 minutes | Sep 2nd 2020

Medicine at the Border (Chatroom #1)

Season 1, chatroom 1 Medicine & Borders feat. Alison Bashford Historically, border control arose out of a combination of infectious disease and the global color line. But this frame of understanding a disease outbreak doesn’t apply so well to Covid19, where older narratives have flipped — so far. To understand border control and Covid19, we have to move away from globalization, and look at what’s happening locally. The novel coronavirus is about what’s going on inside domestic borders. Guests Alison Bashford Resources Transcript References Share Episode Twitter Facebook WhatsApp  Sign up for updates   EMAIL References Alison Bashford (ed.), Medicine at the border: disease, globalization and security, 1950 to the present, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, pp. xiv, 271, £55.00 (hardback 978-0-230-50706-7).
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