Global Studies COVID-19 Archive
- Faculty and Staff Written Reflections
- Asked By Kids: COVID19 Coloring Book
- Equilibrium - A Musical Composure
- A D.I.Y. Dance Score
- Windows into windows looking into windows looking out of windows
- Journey Home
- Photos From Quarantine
- There Were No More Children Left
- Disenfranchised Grief
We wanted a space to reflect critically, as a community, on what the COVID-19 pandemic will leave in its wake.
How will we remember this pandemic? What will we choose to remember? What will become normalized and what will never feel normal again? What will be its leftovers, what will remain? And what will fade away?
Archiving—and other practices of remembering—are crucial to the work we do in our program; we choose not to forget and we hold ourselves accountable to the past and the future. As part of this process, we called for student submissions of any form (diary entries; essays; pictures; illustrations; films; research papers; audio-recording; twitter threads; etc…) that constitute a reflection on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Explore the reflections from our community below.