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From Venice to New Orleans: masks, carnival and a plague called covid

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  • Fine Brendtner
  • Denise Frazier, Tulane University, New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, USA
This chapter treats the history of wearing medical masks in public, the use of these masks in a carnivalesque fashion and the ascend of perhaps the most sinister version of it, that of the plague doctor, to a symbol of environmental and racial justice during the US “Summer of Racial Reckoning”; a series of protests that co-incited with the governmental covid lockdown. It further elucidates similarities between Venice and New Orleans as cities prone to coastal water hazards such as industrial pollution and erosion.
Bidragets oversatte titelVenezia e l'Antropocene: Una guida ecocritica
TitelVenice and the Anthropocene : An Ecocritical Guide
ForlagWetlands Books
Udgivelsesårnov. 2022
ISBN (trykt)9791280930088
StatusUdgivet - nov. 2022

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