1. COVID-19 Perspectives – Research on COVID-19 from across the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Edinburgh

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/
  2. University staff and students help distribute food to those in need, writes Stuart Tooley – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/17/university-staff-and-students-help-distribute-food-to-those-in-need-writes-stuart-tooley/
  3. The Usher Institute organizes COVID-19 webinars to strengthen partnership, inform policy and bridge knowledge gaps, writes Aphaluck Bhatiasevi – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/25/the-usher-institute-organizes-covid-19-webinars-to-strengthen-partnership-influence-policy-and-bridge-knowledge-gaps-writes-aphaluck-bhatiasevi/
  4. A gun for the end of the world, by Joe Anderson – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/25/a-gun-for-the-end-of-the-world-by-joe-anderson/
  5. Rethinking the house as a public health technology of preparedness, writes Imogen Bevan – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/26/rethinking-the-house-as-a-public-health-technology-of-preparedness-writes-imogen-bevan/
  6. Kat Smith, Sudeepa Abeysinghe and Christina Boswell reflect on the impact of COVID-19 in SKAPE seminar, by Cleo Davies – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/30/kat-smith-sudeepa-abeysinghe-and-christina-boswell-reflect-on-the-impact-of-covid-19-in-skape-seminar-by-cleo-davies/
  7. The NHS is a health system not a charity. It should be funded accordingly, writes Rebecca Richards – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/30/the-nhs-is-a-health-system-not-a-charity-it-should-be-funded-accordingly-writes-rebecca-richards/
  8. Edinburgh Law School creates animations to discuss structural injustice, denaturalized natural disasters, epistemic injustice, and the nature of emergencies – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/30/edinburgh-law-school-creates-animations-to-discuss-structural-injustice-denaturalized-natural-disasters-epistemic-injustice-and-the-nature-of-emergencies/
  9. Covid-19 and the Black Asian Minority Ethnic Healthcare Workforce, by Radha Adhikari – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/01/covid-19-and-the-black-asian-minority-ethnic-healthcare-workforce-by-radha-adhikari/
  10. CAHSS funds nine innovative COVID-19 knowledge-exchange projects – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/01/cahss-funds-nine-innovative-covid-19-knowledge-exchange-projects/
  11. Next: The possible second wave, by Liz Stanley – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/02/next-the-possible-second-wave-by-liz-stanley/
  12. Changing consumption practices, by Lisa Howard – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/02/changing-consumption-practices-by-lisa-howard/
  13. Social media, blockchain, big data & co: How do we support women mediators in peace processes in a technology-driven world, writes Fiona Knäussel – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/03/social-media-blockchain-big-data-co-how-do-we-support-women-mediators-in-peace-processes-in-a-technology-driven-world-writes-fiona-knaussel/
  14. Scratching below the surface: what can local peace agreements tell us about armed groups and conflict fragmentation, writes Juline Beaujouan, Tim Epple, Robert Wilson and Laura Wise – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/03/scratching-below-the-surface-what-can-local-peace-agreements-tell-us-about-armed-groups-and-conflict-fragmentation-write-juline-beaujouan-tim-epple-robert-wilson-and-laura-wise/
  15. Syria: local agreements, regional rivalry and a global pandemic, by Juline Beaujouan and Eyas Ghreiz – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/03/syria-local-agreements-regional-rivalry-and-a-global-pandemic-by-juline-beaujouan-and-eyas-ghreiz/
  16. Responses by African intergovernmental organisations to COVID-19, by Kathryn Nash – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/03/responses-by-african-intergovernmental-organisations-to-covid-19-by-kathryn-nash/
  17. Responding to COVID-19: The coming of age of regionalism in Asia, asks Monalisa Adhikari – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/03/responding-to-covid-19-the-coming-of-age-of-regionalism-in-asia-asks-monalisa-adhikari/
  18. Bangladesh’s information entrepreneurs rally against COVID-19, writes Julia Qermezi Huang – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/03/bangladeshs-information-entrepreneurs-rally-against-covid-19-writes-julia-qermezi-huang/
  19. Heat and COVID-19 in the off-grid city, by Nausheen Anwar, Sulfikar Amir, Jamie Cross, Daniel Friedrich, Aalok Khandekar, Marie Morelle, Elspeth Oppermann and Anindrya Nastiti – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/03/heat-and-covid-19-in-the-off-grid-city-by-nausheen-anwar-sulfikar-amir-jamie-cross-daniel-friedrich-aalok-khandekar-marie-morelle-elspeth-oppermann-and-anindrya-nastiti/
  20. A citizen science approach for supporting vulnerable populations during COVID-19 crisis, by Jessica Hafetz Mirman – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/06/a-citizen-science-approach-for-supporting-vulnerable-populations-during-covid-19-crisis-by-jessica-hafetz-mirman/
  21. Care home study maps lockdown impact on families, says George Palattiyil – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/07/07/care-home-study-maps-lockdown-impact-on-families-says-george-palattiyil/