Think Pieces

Anne Chappell and Julie Parsons, ‘How COVID, lockdown and isolation has fuelled our interest in the lives of others’, The Conversation, 22 January 2021

Andrew Eyles and Lee Elliot Major, ‘Further school closures mean bleak prospects for the young’, LSE Blogs, 8 January 2021

#Autoethnographies Series, Black Perspectives published by AAIHS

Azzurra Crispino and Ruth Wilson Gilmore, ‘The case for prison abolition: Ruth Wilson Gilmore on COVID-19, Racial Capitalism & Decarceration’, Democracy Now!, 5 May 2020

Barry Percy-Smith, ‘Growing up in lockdown: young people give their perspectives’, The Conversation, 21 January 2021

Basma Yaghi, ‘Children in Crisis: Child poverty and COVID-19’, Discover Society, 26 January 2021

Celia Blanco-Jimenez, ‘Lives, livelihoods and lockdowns: listen to a range of voices, not only health professionals’, LSE Blogs, 7 January 2021

Damain Walker and Subhash Chandir, ‘COVID-19’s lost generation of unvaccinated children’, The Lancet Global Health

Daniel Merino and Gemma Ware, ‘Coronavirus vaccine: what’s getting in the way of the global rollout?’, The Conversation, 18 February 2021

David Olusoga and Peter Olusoga, ‘What Marcus Rashford’s campaign for hungry childrenn tells us about the footballer-and Britain’, The Guardian, 22 December 2020

Dawn Butler, ‘Women locked down with their abusers need refuge‘, gal-dem, 3 April 2020

Elizabeth Yuoko, ‘How Previous Epidemics Impacted Home Design’, Architectural Digest, 31 March 2020

Frank Cottrell Boyce, ‘A brutal Covid legacy awaits our children. We need the will and ambition to tackle it’, The Guardian, 17 January 2021

Gillian Brockell, ‘The African roots of inoculation in America saving lives for three centuries’, The Washington Post, 15 December 2020

Jelena Dzankic and Lorenzo Piccoli, ‘How COVID-19 is altering our conception of citizenship’, Democratic Audit, 19 October 2020

John Coggon, ‘Why coronavirus rules should be about more than just stopping transmission’, The conversation, 25 November 2020

LSE IQ Podcast, ‘What’s the point of social science in a pandemic?’, 6 January 2021

Malcolm Richards, ‘Tikya the Blackheart Man, Children’, Research and Innovation, 07 October 2020

Mandu Reid, ‘The UK government is standing by as Covid sets back women’s equality’, The Guardian, 8 March 2021

Memuna Konteh, ‘Western diaspora, we need to check our privilege when returning home in a pandemic’, Gal-Dem, 24 January 2021

Nick Triggle, ‘Is Covid at risk of becoming a disease of the poor?’, BBC News, 25 February 2021

Olivia Mushigo, ‘As lockdown drags on, autistic people like my brother are struggling to adjust’, gal-dem, 30 January 2021

Rinaldo Walcott, ‘Data or politics? Why the answer still remains political’, The Globe and Mail, 12 November 2020

Rob Dacombe, ‘Conspiracy theories: why are they thriving in the pandemic?’, The Conversation, 29 January 2021

Sophie Hemery, ‘Is coronavirus incubating a new student movement?’, Novara Media, 26 November 2020

Stephen Meek, ‘After the virus: building a more resilient and fairer society’, Vision – University of Nottingham

Stephen Meek, ‘COVID-19: However good the science, you need good politics too’, Vision – University of Nottingham

Dr Yansie Rolston,‘COVID-19 has robbed us’, The Ubele Initiative, 3 February 2021