• Tereza Kuldova

New essay: Accelerating Curve of Anxiousness - How a Governmental Quarantine-App Feeds Society with

Aleksandra Bartoszko VID Specialized University

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5617/jea.7861


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to open up the essays sections of this special issue of the Journal of Extreme Anthropology to timely interdisciplinary reflections on the crisis as it unfolds and its impact on society - open to those interested in contributing to the public intellectual debate. This is the second essay in the series, and since it is relevant to the research network on algorithmic governance, we are sharing the PDF here as well.


Please note that these essays - following the journal's regular section policy - are not peer-reviewed. We welcome submissions, but please note that the essays may be desk rejected and their publication depends on the discretion of the editorial board. We welcome submissions, but note that the essays may be desk rejected and their publication depends on the discretion of the editorial board. Journal of Extreme Anthropology is run on a bona fide basis. Neither the editor(s) nor any contributors get paid. There are no ACPs. Please get in touch with the editor in chief at tereza.kuldova@oslomet.no if you have ideas for similar essays and would like to reflect on the extraordinary events as they unfold.

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