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n>I stood with my wife, Meg, near the kitchen island of our rental house, a temporary pandemic refuge, watching our synagogue livestream Sabbath morning services. Since we fled New York City in early March, the entire experience has been surreal, joining part of a global community held together by Zoom. We depend on the virtual universe to keep us in touch with our regular social lives—online cocktail hours with friends and streaming shows that keep us entertained. Our work as professors is all online.
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