The COVID-19 Pandemic has not only impacted the world in terms of health and wellbeing but is reshaping our lives economically, politically, socially and emotionally. It has brought into sharp focus faultlines and continuities which are likely to outlive the pandemic.
The humanities and the social sciences will have a crucial role to play in the way we reimagine and reshape our lives in the post-pandemic era. This Routledge series aims to bring cutting edge and interdisciplinary research on various facets of politics, society, economy, environment, culture, psychology and well-being in the Post-COVID World. The books in this series will engage with a range of topical and critical issues that have emerged in the wake of the pandemic and how these are likely to impact the way in which humanities and social sciences are taught, researched and understood in the years to come.
Edited By Rumki Basu
December 30, 2020
After the COVID-19 disaster, ‘old’ frailties and inadequacies in agriculture and industrial productive capacities, in public health and transport systems have evinced sharply in the open, reopening the debates over public policy reforms as never before. This volume: Studies the likely impact ...