Andrea Kitta Discusses Narratives that Arise out of Anxieties Surrounding Contagions

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In an article in The Eastern Carolinian, Andrea Kitta comments on the various narratives—some harmful while others hopeful—that make an appearance during health crises and offers a rationale for the narratives and behaviors that have surfaced due to the COVID-19 outbreak. See

Madison Barnhill, “ECU professor discusses COVID-19 conspiracies following book release,” The East Carolinian (April 14, 2020):

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