To document and disseminate humanities-based responses to COVID-19, to help others benefit from them, and to bring tools for understanding the human experience to communities in need of support during this time of crisis.
Translational Humanities for Public Health is a project that identifies and disseminates humanities-based (and humanities-inspired) responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. We document these creative efforts to help others benefit from them, and to bring tools for understanding the human experience to communities in need of support during this time of crisis. We developed a survey in the spring and summer of 2020 seeking to capture all kinds of pandemic responses that involve some dimension of the humanities, and we are particularly interested in “translational humanities” approaches. We have received hundreds of responses, and we will continue to update and expand the site as new information comes in. We are keen to expand the global scope of our work, and we encourage anyone with a relevant project to contribute to this site.
Organizers and Collaborators:
Serena Barbieri, Lindsay Diane Graham, Travis Alexander, Jay Arora
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