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Sari Altschuler Publishes Article on Wave/Forest Fire Metaphors for COVID-19

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Sari Altschuler, Associate Professor of English, Associate Director of the Northeastern Humanities Center, and Founding Director of the Health, Humanities, and Society minor, has published an article entitled, “Wave/Forest Fire” in a symposium on 2020 keywords in the journal Theory & Event. In the article, Altschuler highlights the ways in which wave and forest fire metaphors fail to capture the full complexity of experiences for those infected with COVID-19.

Read the full article on the Project MUSE website.

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