Ecologies of Harm includes the work of many contributing researchers, advocates and other witnesses. The map makes visible diverse voices, localities and projects. We respect the intellectual labour of those who contribute to this archive.
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Ecologies of Harm: Mapping Contexts of Vulnerability in the Time of COVID-19. 2020. Leslie Robertson, Maya Daurio, Stephen Chignell, Anita Lacey, Sally Babidge, Danielle Gendron. Department of Anthropology, The University of British Columbia. Vancouver, Canada.