The quarantine atlas : mapping global life under COVID-19 /
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"A Bloomberg CityLab Project."
(from table of contents) Foreword / by David Dudley -- Introduction Why maps mattered during the pandemic / by Laura Bliss -- (Domestic rearrangements). Finding home in a locked-down world / by Taien Ng-Chan -- (Redefined communities). Topographies of attention / by Jenny Odell -- Street notations / by Geoff Manaugh -- (Natural callings). The trail that led to confidence / by Linda Poon -- (Virtual connections). Just show me where my friends are / by Sarah Holder -- (Psychic landscapes). A place for all the grief to go / by Angely Mercado -- On the front lines of crisis / by Laura Bliss -- (Social change). The pandemic made me an un-urban planner / by Dr. Destiny Thomas -- Afterword A tiny newborn world / by Jessica Lee Martin.
"In April 2020, Bloomberg CityLab journalists Laura Bliss and Jessica Lee Martin asked readers to share homemade maps of their lives during the coronavirus pandemic. The response was astonishing: the hundreds of maps and accompanying stories received served as windows into what individuals around the world were experiencing during the crisis and its resonant social consequences. In 'The quarantine atlas', Bliss distills these stunning submissions into themes that defined the pandemic year, including the erasure of work-life boundaries, the burdens placed on frontline workers, and heightened awareness of neighborhood life. She pairs them with essays by journalists and authors ..., as well as notes from the original mapmakers."--