My essay “A Collective Experience to Learn” appears in this anthology about the COVID-19 pandemic.
This collection of essays by reputable scholars discusses their reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic. How do they spend their time during the lockdown? What lessons came from their experiences isolated from work at the university? In this collection of autobiographical essays, we explore what it is like to be an educator and scholar under COVID-19 lockdown. This piece of history will be something to discuss with friends, colleagues, and relatives.
Contributors include Cynthia Atkins, Casey Dorman, Marlon L. Fick, Kathleen McCoy, Reza Parchizadeh, Scott F. Parker, Rafseena M., Anna Yin, Michele Baron, Vandana Kumari Jena, D. L. Lang, I.B. Iskov, Ken Jones, Lipika Bhusan, Linda Breedlove, Bruce Edward Litton, Elizabeth Esguerra Castillo, George Griffin, Mitali Chakravarty, Wansoo Kim, Bless Maricar B. Ramos, Joanna Atherfold Finn, Satishchandra Matamp, Andreea Iulia Scridon and Natalia Trevino.
Includes an essay by D.L. Lang entitled “A Collective Experience to Learn.”
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