Asynchronously Teaching about Humanities Research with COVID-19 “Pandemic Fears: Reflections Upon Epidemics, Public Health, and Scientific Practice” :: Edna Bonhomme (Germany)

In the months following the outbreak of COVID-19, schools and universities in China faced the temporary closure of their campuses. In January and February, teaching was carried out in asynchronous methods under new conditions that are now being experienced all

Diary Project Kolkata [4] :: Ritam Sengupta (India)

The pandemic must be represented by a graph so that it can be managed figuratively, if not literally. The phrase “flatten the curve” and the inverted U-shaped plot now rule the fate of entire nations. With the rather sordid rates of testing for the novel coronavirus in India, the figurative register can at times seem more necessary to control than the actual disease incidences.