Covid-19 Update Oct 2020
Our latest work relating to the pandemic
- Pandemic Sociology, an essay by Martyn Pickersgill illustrating a pandemic of inequality
- The social underpinnings of mental distress in the time of COVID-19 – time for urgent action, an open letter from scholars including Martyn Pickersgill
- In the latest episode of Just Emergencies: A Global Health Justice Podcast, Rebecca Richards speaks to Professor Samia Hurst and discusses conception of vulnerability and what it can tell us about the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
- The Justice in Global Health Emergencies & Humanitarian Crises website managed by Rebecca Richards, Agomoni Gunguli-Mitra and others also has other relevant articles such as ‘Kung Flu’: It’s Not Me, It’s You by Emma Nance about racism during the pandemic.
We also recommend the fantastic Usher Institute COVID-19 webinars run by our colleagues and exploring the global response to the pandemic.