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jessica caporusso
PhD Candidate | Anthropology of energy, plant materiality and bioeconomies in the Western Indian Ocean | Sensory anthropology, speculative fiction
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Mar Hicks Oct 17
I made a quick 4 step guide on how to read better/faster for my history students. Thought I'd share:
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jessica caporusso Oct 18
Replying to @Tyler_The_Girl
Huge sign 😂
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jessica caporusso Oct 18
Replying to @Tyler_The_Girl
Yes! And so many dates available, too. Are you planning on heading back?
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jessica caporusso Oct 18
Replying to @Tyler_The_Girl
!! Thank you! This is amazing!
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jessica caporusso Oct 18
SMH. This is what systemic racism looks likes. It's codified and legitimated through "benign" educational and medical institutions
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Dr. ChandaQuark 🇧🇧 Oct 16
Replying to @IBJIYONGI
And speaking of science and ethics: this is unethical
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Audra Mitchell Oct 16
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anne galloway Oct 11
Colonialism strongly shapes indigenous food production & consumption - as well as settler food activism.
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Matt Pearce Oct 11
I'm just going to shout this. PUERTO RICANS DON'T HAVE WATER AND SO THEY'RE TRYING TO DRINK WATER FROM ***SUPERFUND SITES***
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Elizabeth DeLuca Oct 11
At risk of serious injury while battling flames, incarcerated laborers are paid $2/hour for this work
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Virginia Hughes Oct 10
This is fun: annotated the EPA's text outlining how it will repeal the Clean Power Plan:
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jessica caporusso Oct 10
Replying to @jesscapo
So, to reiterate: be kind, be aware, and be mindful of the plights of others. Ask what circumstances led to the outbreak and why -- fin
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jessica caporusso Oct 10
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which includes public health. These are structural problems. They are historical. They manifest in the present.
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jessica caporusso Oct 10
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Implying that the plague is a moral failing is part of the problem. Instead, it’s a legacy of colonialism, e.g. inadequate infrastructure...
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jessica caporusso Oct 10
Replying to @jesscapo
There’s a lot of racism implicit in such accounts as well – FYI, the plague also exists in North America
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jessica caporusso Oct 10
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This is especially true for those in the Global North who may see the plague as just another juicy story, and not about people’s lives
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jessica caporusso Oct 10
Replying to @jesscapo
Sensationalizing stories has consequences – please be responsible with how & what you share. Check sources, don’t spread unverified claims
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jessica caporusso Oct 10
Replying to @jesscapo
There’s little news outside of the Indian Ocean Region regarding what’s happening and what does get shared over SM is inciting local panic
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jessica caporusso Oct 10
This is so distressing. Mass panic on social media underscores how grave the situation is in
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Justin Pickard Oct 2
Fascinating work on nuclear waste and the afterlives of expertise.
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