Profile: Andreas Papamichail - Lecturer in Global Health & International Relations

Andreas Papamichail - Lecturer in Global Health & International Relations

I am a Lecturer in Global Health & International Relations at Queen Mary University of London. Among other things I am interested in how health and security practices interact and, from a more normative perspective, how we might move beyond viewing global health through a security lens.

 

Andreas Papamichail's COVID-19 Diary

24 Sep 2020 : The COVID University

Ten days ago, I helped my sister move into halls at a university in Scotland, where she has just started an undergraduate degree. As expected, it was a surreal experience. She was given a one-hour slot in which to arrive, and we barely saw a soul as we lugged those big blue IKEA bags with pots, pans, duvet, laundry basket and more student essentials up th...  Read this >>

Andreas Papamichail, Lecturer in Global Health & International Relations

16 Aug 2020 : Returning to 'normality'

“When do you think we’ll see a return to normality?” “As soon as the vaccine comes out.” “Yeah, sounds like the Oxford one is showing promise. Seems like it might even be out before Christmas.” This is an approximation of conversations I, and I’m sure others, have overheard or been involved in over the la...  Read this >>

Andreas Papamichail, Lecturer in Global Health & International Relations

13 May 2020 : Precarity and coronavirus

I felt quite a bit of trepidation ahead of writing my first post: Do I write something personal and profound? Searing and insightful political analysis? (Whether I could execute either of these is another matter entirely). In the end, I’ve settled on something in between as I realised that the trepidation I felt is caused precisely by my personal si...  Read this >>

Andreas Papamichail, Lecturer in Global Health & International Relations

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