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Caring geographies: The COVID-19 interregnum and a return to mutual aid

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Abstract

Mutual aid is the fundamental basis of all human societies, an understanding that is exemplified with striking clarity during times of crises. The coronavirus pandemic has brought the caring geographies of mutual aid into sharp relief with the failings of both capitalism and the state. Beyond fear and uncertainty, this commentary examines the one single theme that has resonated with the COVID-19 pandemic more than all others: care.

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Springer, S. (2020, July 1). Caring geographies: The COVID-19 interregnum and a return to mutual aid. Dialogues in Human Geography. SAGE Publications Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1177/2043820620931277

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