Amy Reed-Sandoval

Amy Reed-Sandoval is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the author of Socially Undocumented: Identity and Immigration Justice (OUP, 2020). Currently, I am co-editing a volume that deals with Latin American philosophical perspectives on exile.

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We can simultaneously embrace our exile as an experience of transformation while voting to reclaim the world beneath our feet. (Photo by Matteo Trevisan/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Views
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Voting in Exile
Albert Camus, in his quarantine reading list-topper The Plague, wrote of plague as a form of exile. In 1940’s, plague-ridden Oran—a French town on the Algerian coast that Camus imagines with plague—people endured a strange kind of exile-at-home. Though the residents of this fictional Oran were...
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