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Meet the Team

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Founder

JOELLE POWE

B.A. '22. Joelle is in her second year at Bard College, from Jamaica, studying Anthropology and Spanish.

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Founder

LAITH A. AYOGU

B.A.’21. Laith is a South African transnational student studying Anthropology with a multimodal approach through poetry, film, and electronic arts.

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Founder

CHRISTINA JONES

B.A.’21 is in her third year at Bard College Conservatory of Music, where she is pursuing a dual degree in Anthropology and Cello Performance.

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Founder

THEA MCRAE

B.A.’21. Thea is in her third year at Bard College and is studying Anthropology and Studio Arts.

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Founder

JOELLE POWE

B.A. '22. Joelle is in her second year at Bard College, from Jamaica, studying Anthropology and Spanish.

59078374161__2500515B-2C83-4B12-BD89-7F8

Founder

LAITH A. AYOGU

B.A.’21. Laith is a South African transnational student studying Anthropology with a multimodal approach through poetry, film, and electronic arts.

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Founder

CHRISTINA JONES

B.A.’21 is in her third year at Bard College Conservatory of Music, where she is pursuing a dual degree in Anthropology and Cello Performance.

IMG_1988_edited.jpg

Founder

THEA MCRAE

B.A.’21. Thea is in her third year at Bard College and is studying Anthropology and Studio Arts.

About the Project

We are a group of students who are working to document life in the time of COVID-19 through an anthropological lens. The nature of this project is one that allows for continuous growth, change, and collaboration. This website will act as a way of recording this historical moment in ways both big and small. Although this website stemmed from our class at Bard College, this project will only strengthen with contributions from our readers. 

 

Viral videos, empty aisles, realities of quarantine—the impact of this virus is felt.

 

Help us archive a collective memory.

 

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WHAT WE'RE READING

This semester, we have been reading At Home in the Street: Street Children of Northeast Brazil  by Tobias Hecht. 

This project is fully collaborative. Send us your stories, photos, and sounds. Let's stay connected.

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