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December 2020 Covid-19 Global Health Diaries

19 Feb 2021 : Quarantine Diaries

Tuesday / I am a week and a half into a 14-day period of quarantine, and it really is a repeat of the early days of last year – no time for anything, as a small child and two jobs do not work alongside easily. It feels as though everything has once again been put on hold, at least for me, as I spend the days cooking and entertaining, and the ni...  Read this >>

By: Eva Hilberg, Post-Doctoral Fellow - View profile and Diary

16 Feb 2021 : Teaching in/teaching the pandemic

I’ve been quiet on here for a good while as the realities of online teaching bit towards the end of last term, and spill over marking coupled with another lockdown made January a rather bleak month. I sense from the less-frequent diary posts of others that everyone is feeling the weight of it all. Understandably so, given that we’re expected t...  Read this >>

By: Andreas Papamichail, Lecturer in Global Health & International Relations - View profile and Diary

15 Feb 2021 : Anniversary Visual Politics 1/3

It has been 1 year and 4 days since I posted my first COVI-19 Diary entry, and despite a month of marking and commitments it is time to get back in the saddle and write. I started working on COVID on February 12th 2020, emerging from a state of general interest flowing from working in Global Health to specific need to engage. Like so many things as an aca...  Read this >>

By: Dr Owain Williams, Lecturer in IR and Human Security - View profile and Diary

08 Feb 2021 : Alice's pandemic

‘Either the well was very deep, or she fell very slowly, for she had plenty of time as she went down to look about her, and to wonder what was going to happen next.’ When reflecting on a year of living through a pandemic, I found myself returning to Lewis Carroll’s classics, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking...  Read this >>

By: Christopher Hobson, Senior Lecturer - View profile and Diary

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