1. COVID-19 Perspectives – Page 2 – Research on COVID-19 from across the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Edinburgh

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/page/2/
  2. COVID-19 and health systems: responding to unpredictable predictability, by Liz Grant, Yina Lizeth Gracia-Lopez and Christine Bell – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/15/covid-19-and-health-systems-responding-to-unpredictable-predictability-by-liz-grant-yina-lizeth-gracia-lopez-and-christine-bell/
  3. What is a compassionate economy post-COVID-19, ask John Gillies, Liz Grant and Katherine Trebeck – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/18/what-is-a-compassionate-economy-post-covid-19-ask-john-gillies-liz-grant-and-katherine-trebeck/
  4. Post COVID-19 solidarity challenges the danger of returning to normal, writes Callum McGregor – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/19/post-covid-19-solidarity-challenges-the-danger-of-returning-to-normal-writes-callum-mcgregor/
  5. Experiences from past animal outbreaks help University of Edinburgh veterinarians adjust to COVID-19 working conditions, by Aphaluck Bhatiasevi – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/19/experiences-from-past-animal-outbreaks-help-university-of-edinburgh-veterinarians-adjust-to-covid-19-working-conditions-by-aphaluck-bhatiasevi/
  6. COVID-19 data must highlight intersectional marginalisation among BAME community, writes Ashlee Christoffersen  – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/19/covid-19-data-must-highlight-intersectional-marginalisation-among-bame-community-writes-ashlee-christoffersen/
  7. Social science COVID-19 research at Edinburgh supported by Scottish Funding Council-Global Challenges Research Fund, writes Aphaluck Bhatiasevi – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/21/university-of-edinburgh-draws-on-expert-networks-to-fill-the-social-science-research-gap-in-the-covid-19-response-writes-aphaluck-bhatiasevi/
  8. Community-led responses to COVID-19 are a matter of urgency in Syria, write Lisa Boden, Ann-Christin Wagner, Shaher Abdullateef and Anas Al Kaddour – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/21/community-led-responses-to-covid-19-are-a-matter-of-urgency-in-syria-write-lisa-boden-ann-christin-wagner-shaher-abdullateef-and-anas-al-kaddour/
  9. How do we care about care homes, asks Niamh Woodier – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/26/how-do-we-care-about-care-homes-asks-niamh-woodier/
  10. India’s informal economy, gender-based violence, and mental health challenges demand crucial inspection, write Nandini Sen, Anusua Singh Roy, Jayanta Bhattacharya, and Subrata Shankar Bagchi – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/26/indias-informal-economy-gender-based-violence-and-mental-health-challenges-demand-crucial-inspection-write-nandini-sen-anusua-singh-roy-jayanta-bhattacharya-and-subrata-shankar-bagchi/
  11. COVID-19 exposes the limits of debt-driven capitalism, writes Emilios Avgouleas – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/26/covid-19-exposes-the-limits-of-debt-driven-capitalism-writes-emilios-avgouleas/
  12. The positive effects of COVID-19 and the social determinants of health: all in it together? By Sarah Hill, Sharon Friel and Jeff Collin – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/29/the-positive-effects-of-covid-19-and-the-social-determinants-of-health-all-in-it-together-by-sarah-hill-sharon-friel-and-jeff-collin/
  13. Fake times and real life during the pandemic, by Angus Bancroft – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/05/29/fake-times-and-real-life-during-the-pandemic-by-angus-bancroft/
  14. Shielding and exit from lockdown: medical anthropologist Ian Harper asks why he should stay at home? – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/01/shielding-and-exit-from-lockdown-medical-anthropologist-ian-harper-asks-why-he-should-stay-at-home/
  15. Homeschooling children with Additional Support Needs reveals the digital divide in Inclusive Digital Technologies, writes Paul Nisbet – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/03/homeschooling-children-with-additional-support-needs-reveals-the-digital-divide-in-inclusive-digital-technologies-writes-paul-nisbet/
  16. What the Spanish Flu can teach us about making face masks compulsory, writes Samuel Cohn – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/03/what-the-spanish-flu-can-teach-us-about-making-face-masks-compulsory-writes-samuel-cohn/
  17. University of Edinburgh launches the Digital Social Science Cluster to support social science research in times of the pandemic, write cluster leads Karen Gregory, Morgan Currie and Kate Miltner – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/05/university-of-edinburgh-launches-the-digital-social-science-cluster-to-support-social-science-research-in-times-of-the-pandemic-write-cluster-leads-karen-gregory-morgan-currie-and-kate-miltner/
  18. Local policing must adapt to cybercrime in the post-pandemic era, write Ben Collier, Shane Horgan, Richard Jones and Lynsay Shepherd – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/09/local-policing-must-adapt-to-cybercrime-in-the-post-pandemic-era-write-ben-collier-shane-horgan-richard-jones-and-lynsay-shepherd/
  19. South Africa’s gig drivers left alone at the wheel, writes Mohammad Amir Anwar – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/10/south-africas-gig-drivers-left-alone-at-the-wheel-writes-mohammad-amir-anwar/
  20. How physicians used contact tracing 500 years ago to control the bubonic plague, by Samuel Cohn and Mona O’Brien – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/10/how-physicians-used-contact-tracing-500-years-ago-to-control-the-bubonic-plague-by-samuel-cohn-and-mona-obrien/
  21. Pandemics, COVID-19, and literary studies: past and present, by Nandini Sen – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/06/11/pandemics-covid-19-and-literary-studies-past-and-present-by-nandini-sen/