COVID-19 Response

Afua Hirsch, ‘Why are Africa’s coronavirus successes being overlooked’, The Guardian, 21 May 2020

Alexandra Sifferlin, Dana Smith, Felix Gussone, ’50 Experts to Trust in a Pandemic’, Elemental, 14 September 2020

Al Goodman, ‘Spain’s coronavirus antibodies study adds evidence against herd immunity’, CNN, 6 July 2020

Alice Park, ‘FDA Approves Remedesivir as First COVID-19 Treatment’, Time, 22 October 2020

Charles Bramesco, ‘Coronation review – Ai WeiWei’s harrowing coronavirus documentary’, The Guardian, 21 August 2020

Clare Wenha, and Sonja K. Kittelson, ‘Cuba y seguridad sanitaria mundial: Cuba’s role in global health security’, BMJ Global Health, Vol.5 (2020)

Cynthia Greenlee, ‘Documenting Disparity: The Challenges of Collecting Racial Data on Coronavirus’, Colorlines, 29 April 2020

David Gelles ,‘The Husband-and-Wife Team Behind the Leading Vaccine to Solve Covid-19’, New York Times, 10 November 2020

Dipesh Chakrabarty, ‘An Era of Pandemics? What is Global and What is Planetary About COVID-19 – In the Moment’, 16 October 2020

Ewout Frankema and Heidi Tworke, ‘Pandemics that changed the world: historical reflections on COVID-19’, Journal of Global History, Vol.15 (2020)

H. B. Adediran Olaiya, ‘Protecting Human Rights during and after COVID-19: Responses to Special Procedure Mandate Holders Joint Questionnaire’, UNHCR, 2020

Helen Davidson, ‘ Hugs, sequins and rainbows as Taiwan enjoys victory over coronavirus’, The Guardian, 31 October 2020

Jeremy Farrar, ‘Our response to COVID-19 will help define the 21st century’, Wellcome, 24 July 2020

Jim Moore, ‘What African nations are teaching the west about fighting coronavirus’, New Yorker, 15 May 2020

Joint questionnaire on COVID-19 and human rights, Geneva, Switzerland: United Nations Human Rights, Office of the High Commissioner, 2020

Karen Attiah, ‘Africa has defied the covid-19 nightmare scenarios, we shouldn’t be surprised’, The Washington Post, 22 September 2020

Kyle Chayka, ‘How the Coronavirus will reshape architecture’, The New Yorker, 17 June 2020

Mattea Kramer, ‘Isolation and Opiods during the pandemic’, Salon, 27 September 2020

Max Haiven, ‘”Herd Immunity” Was Originally about Vaccination. Now it is Neoliberal Violence’, Truthout, 21 October 2020

Melissa Godin, ‘How Europe is Locking Down to Stop a Second Wave of COVID-19’, Time, 23 September 2020

Michael Jennings, ‘COVID-19 and Facemask Diplomacy’, History Workshop, 23 July 2020

Minh-Ha T. Pham, “How to Make a Mask”: Quarantine Feminism and Global Supply Chains, Feminist Studies, Vol.46 (2020)

Nanjala Nyabola, ‘How to talk about COVID-19 in Africa’, Boston Review, 15 October 2020

Neil. G Ruiz, Julianna Menasce Horowitz and Christine Tamir, ‘Many Black and Asian Americans say they have experienced discrimination amid the COVID-19 outbreak’, Pew Research Center, 1 July 2020

Nicholas J. Long et al., ‘Rapid Research Report. Living in Bubbles during the Coronavirus Pandemic: Insights from New Zealand’, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 2020

Olivia B. Waxman, ‘How did the 1918 Flu Pandemic End? Lessons for COVID-19‘, Time, 7 October 2020

Ravi Gupta, ‘Our Vaccine infrastructure needs a radical overhaul’, Boston Review, 13 November 2020

Rumbi Chakamba, ‘How Senegal has set the standard on COVID-19’, devex, 8 October 2020

Stephen Duckett, ‘Curfew lifted and COVID-19 roadmap is ‘ahead of schedule’ as Melbourne inches towards end of lockdown’, the conversation, 27 September 2020

Steve Coll, ‘Woodrow Wilson’s Case of the Flu, and How Pandemics Change History’, The New Yorker, 17 April 2020

Thomas J. Sugrue, ‘Preexisting Conditions: What 2020 Reveals about Our Urban Future’, Public Books, 16 November 2020

Yarimar Bonilla, ‘Pandemic déjà vu’, Public Books, 17 November 2020