The Covid lockdown gave me plenty of time to write which I eventually did. Posted here are several chapters that came from what I call "the siege in the room..." (after Samuel Beckett).
"Time Back!" is a reference to the Indigenous Land Back movement sparked a few years ago. Here I present some insights into an aborted Indigenous seroprevalence program during the Covid-19 pandemic. Basically, my argument is that when colonization stole Indigenous space it also stole Indigenous time. If Indigenous vulnerability is a product of the imperial, colonial and neoliberal disaster risk creation, and if the consequent disaster landscapes are a temporal linearity, how can disaster risk reduction strategies precede an actual event?