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The COVID-19 Pandemic Series


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COVID-19 Pandemic Series

Series Editor: J. Michael Ryan

This series examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals, communities, countries, and the larger global society from a social scientific perspective. It represents a timely and critical advance in knowledge related to what many believe to be the greatest threat to global ways of being in more than a century. It is imperative that academics take their rightful place alongside medical professionals as the world attempts to figure out how to deal with the current global pandemic, and how society might move forward in the future. This series represents a response to that imperative.

Contributors are welcome to submit proposals related to any topic and how it relates to the pandemic, including, but not limited to, the following general topics:

Higher education

Race/racism

Gender and sexual minorities

Increasing forms of inequality

Senior individuals

National responses to a global pandemic

Conceptual innovations

Masks, social distancing, and other preventative measures

Leisure and travel

Mental health

Parenting

Technology

To submit a proposal please contact the Series Editor J. Michael Ryan ([email protected])

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COVID-19 in Brooklyn Everyday Life During a Pandemic

COVID-19 in Brooklyn: Everyday Life During a Pandemic

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Jerome Krase, Judith N. DeSena
March 07, 2023

COVID-19 in Brooklyn looks closely at the ways that the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the lives of ordinary people living in the super-gentrified Brooklyn neighborhoods of Park Slope and Greenpoint/Williamsburg. Putting their private lives into broader scientific and public contexts, Krase and DeSena ...

COVID-19: Cultural Change and Institutional Adaptations

COVID-19: Cultural Change and Institutional Adaptations

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By J. Michael Ryan
November 30, 2022

COVID-19: Cultural Change and Institutional Adaptations provides critical insights into the impact of the pandemic on the relationship between cultures and institutions. The scholarship presented in this volume examines such important issues as the impact on health care workers, changes in the ...

COVID-19: Individual Rights and Community Responsibilities

COVID-19: Individual Rights and Community Responsibilities

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By J. Michael Ryan
November 30, 2022

COVID-19: Individual Rights and Community Responsibilities provides critical insights into the tensions between individual rights and community responsibilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Questions about mandates, lockdowns, priorities, and broader questions related to neighborly ...

COVID-19: Surviving a Pandemic

COVID-19: Surviving a Pandemic

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By J. Michael Ryan
November 30, 2022

COVID-19: Surviving a Pandemic provides critical insights into survival strategies employed by communities and individuals around the world during the pandemic. A central question since this pandemic began has been how to survive it. That question has applied not just to staying alive, but also to ...

Pandemic Pedagogies Teaching and Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Pandemic Pedagogies: Teaching and Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By J. Michael Ryan
November 30, 2022

Pandemic Pedagogies: Teaching and Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic provides critical insights into the impact of the pandemic on the education system, pedagogical approaches and educational inequalities. Education is often touted as the best way to promote social mobility and producing ...

COVID-19 and Social Change in Spain

COVID-19 and Social Change in Spain

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Carlos de Castro, Andrés Pedreño, Marta Latorre
November 18, 2022

Originating in the popular Sociología en Cuarantena blog, this volume provides a detailed and multifaceted analysis of the social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Spain. This book originates in the great upheaval caused by the COVID-19 pandemic when the unprecedented announcement of global ...

Playful Pedagogy in the Pandemic Pivoting to Game-Based Learning

Playful Pedagogy in the Pandemic: Pivoting to Game-Based Learning

1st Edition

By Emily K. Johnson, Anastasia Salter
August 26, 2022

Educational technology adoption is more widespread than ever in the wake of COVID-19, as corporations have commodified student engagement in makeshift packages marketed as gamification. This book seeks to create a space for playful learning in higher education, asserting the need for a pedagogy of ...

COVID-19, Communication and Culture Beyond the Global Workplace

COVID-19, Communication and Culture: Beyond the Global Workplace

1st Edition

Edited By Fiona Rossette-Crake, Elvis Buckwalter
July 22, 2022

This book analyses some of the many upheavals brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic through the lens of the COVID-19–communication–culture interface, with a particular focus on the new global, virtual workplace. It brings together a pluridisciplinary and multinational team of researchers from the ...

The Color of COVID-19 The Racial Inequality of Marginalized Communities

The Color of COVID-19: The Racial Inequality of Marginalized Communities

1st Edition

Edited By Sharon A. Navarro, Samantha L. Hernandez
June 17, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected communities of color while highlighting the prevalence of structural racism in the United States. This crucial collection of essays, written by leading scholars from the fields of communications, political science, health, philosophy, and ...

Social and Political Representations of the COVID-19 Crisis

Social and Political Representations of the COVID-19 Crisis

1st Edition

By Daniel Feierstein
June 13, 2022

Weaving together political, sociological, psychological, and epidemiological analyses, Social and Political Representations of the COVID-19 Crisis provides revealing insights into the transformations wrought by the pandemic and the social divisions it has exposed. Accounting for the realities of ...

COVID-19: Social Inequalities and Human Possibilities

COVID-19: Social Inequalities and Human Possibilities

1st Edition

By J. Michael Ryan, Serena Nanda
March 21, 2022

COVID-19: Social Inequalities and Human Possibilities examines the unequal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals, communities, and countries, a fact seldom acknowledged and often suppressed or invisible. Taking a global approach, this book demonstrates how the impact of the pandemic has ...

Creative Resilience and COVID-19 Figuring the Everyday in a Pandemic

Creative Resilience and COVID-19: Figuring the Everyday in a Pandemic

1st Edition

Edited By Irene Gammel, Jason Wang
March 21, 2022

Creative Resilience and COVID-19 examines arts, culture, and everyday life as a way of navigating through and past COVID-19. Drawing together the voices of international experts and emerging scholars, this volume explores themes of creativity and resilience in relation to the crisis, trauma, ...

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