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Remembering Spanish Flu during Covid-19: Reinforcing existing inequalities or opening up new opportunities?

A panel discussion moderated by Amrita Datta, PhD with Prof. Dr. Ulrike Lindner, Prof. Dr. Michaela Pelican and Dr. Jonathan Ngeh of the University of Cologne on the reinforcement of existing inequalities and/or the opening up new opportunities during a pandemic.

Can blue collar migrants survive city lives amidst Covid-19

An Interview with Prof. Nina Glick Schiller (University of Manchester) moderated by Amrita Datta, PhD.

Gendering the Pandemic: Survival as Resistance in Times of Crisis

An Interview with Ayona Datta (University College London) moderated by Amrita Datta, PhD.

How will the future of "skilled" migration look like in a post-Covid situation?

A panel discussion with Binod Khadria (Jawaharlal Nehru University), Sunder Ramaswamy (Krea University), Carsten Butsch (University of Cologne), Saif Khalid (Al Jazeera) moderated by Amrita Datta, PhD.

South Asians in Great Britain: Does the Pandemic hurt?

A Panel discussion with Pnina Werbner (Keele University) and Fazila Bhimji (University of Central Lancashire) moderated by Amrita Datta, PhD.

Societal cleavages and Covid as dual challenges for blue collar migrants

An interview with Manuela Boatca (Albert Ludwig University Freiburg) by Amrita Datta, PhD.

Rise of nationalism and its effects on the diasporic communities in a post-Covid world.

An interview with Peter van der Veer (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen) by Amrita Datta, PhD.

The political economy of a pandemic: imagining a Global South future.

A Panel Discussion with Anand Kumar (JNU, Retired) and Frank Welz (University of Innsbruck) moderated by Amrita Datta, PhD.

Between the Virus and the Vaccine: The Comparative Politics of Public Health Sovereignty.

An Interview with Sheila Jasanoff (Harvard University) by Amrita Datta, PhD.

Covid and the experience of meantime.

An Interview with Ursula Rao (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle) by Amrita Datta, PhD.