Page 4 of 5. Date range of posts: 20200406-20200424. Each post from page 4 of 5. Excludes links, files, and embedded media.

  1. COVID-19 Perspectives – Page 4 – Research on COVID-19 from across the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Edinburgh

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/page/4/
  2. Seeing Covid-19, or A visual journey through the epidemic in three acts, writes Cristina Moreno Lozano – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/06/seeing-covid-19-or-a-visual-journey-through-the-epidemic-in-three-acts-writes-cristina-moreno-lozano/
  3. Medicine Anthropology Theory journal publishes virtual issue “Outbreak, Epidemics, and Infectious Diseases” – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/07/medicine-anthropology-theory-journal-publishes-virtual-issue-outbreak-epidemics-and-infectious-diseases/
  4. InterSci interview with Dr Luciana Brondi on the public health significance of covid-19 – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/08/intersci-interview-with-dr-luciana-brondi-on-the-public-health-significance-of-covid-19/
  5. Covid-19 laboratory preparedness in Africa: lessons can be learned from the Ebola outbreak, write Dr. Ann H. Kelly, Eva Vernooij, and Dr. Alice Street – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/09/covid-19-laboratory-preparedness-in-africa-lessons-can-be-learned-from-the-ebola-outbreak-write-dr-ann-h-kelly-eva-vernooij-and-dr-alice-street/
  6. Stay calm, be active: simple ways to boost your physical activity during COVID-19 – By Coral Hanson, Paul Kelly, Alice Pearsons, Chloe Williamson, Sheona McHale, Steven Hanson & Lis Neubeck – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/10/stay-calm-be-active-simple-ways-to-boost-your-physical-activity-during-covid-19-by-carol-hanson-paul-kelly-alice-pearsons-chloe-williamson-sheona-mchale-steven-hanson-lis-neubeck/
  7. COVID-19 and philanthropy in Africa: a stitch in time? By Kenneth Amaeshi – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/10/covid-19-and-philanthropy-in-africa-a-stitch-in-time-by-kenneth-amaeshi/
  8. Coronashock capitalism: the unintended consequences of radical biopolitics, writes Stefan Ecks – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/10/coronashock-capitalism-the-unintended-consequences-of-radical-biopolitics-writes-stefan-ecks/
  9. Coronavirus: we are risking a covid-19 tragedy in Europe’s refugee camps, writes Nasar Meer – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/11/coronavirus-we-are-risking-a-covid-19-tragedy-in-europes-refugee-camps-writes-prof-nasar-meer/
  10. The return of the expert, by Christina Boswell – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/14/the-return-of-the-expert-by-professor-christina-boswell/
  11. Edinburgh Infectious Diseases held a workshop to highlight research carried out in the University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian in response to the COVID-19 pandemic – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/16/edinburgh-infectious-diseases-held-a-workshop-to-highlight-research-carried-out-in-the-university-of-edinburgh-and-nhs-lothian-in-response-to-the-covid-19-pandemic/
  12. How the social and behavioural sciences can help us beat the pandemic, writes Gowri Iyer and Nanda Kishore Kannuri – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/17/how-the-social-and-behavioural-sciences-can-help-us-beat-the-pandemic-writes-gowri-iyer-and-nanda-kishore-kannuri/
  13. Interview of Agomoni Ganguli Mitra on pandemic related social inequalities by University of Oxford’s Practical Ethics channel – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/17/interview-of-agomoni-ganguli-mitra-on-pandemic-related-social-inequalities-by-university-of-oxfords-practical-ethics-channel/
  14. The science of quarantine and the social life of COVID-19, writes Aphaluck Bhatiasevi – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/17/the-science-of-quarantine-and-the-social-life-of-covid-19-writes-aphaluck-bhatiasevi/
  15. For the ‘at-risk’ or vulnerable COVID-19 group: staying or becoming active during social distancing , by Lis Neubeck, Sheona McHale, Chloe Williamson, Paul Kelly, Alice Pearsons, Steven Hanson & Carol Hanson – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/18/for-the-at-risk-or-vulnerable-covid-19-group-staying-or-becoming-active-during-social-distancing-by-lis-neubeck-sheona-mchale-chloe-williamson-paul-kelly-alice-pearsons-steve/
  16. COVID-19 reveals the politics of xenophobia in real-time, writes Janet E Perkins – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/21/rendering-visible-the-production-of-xenophobia-in-real-time-writes-janet-e-perkins/
  17. The needs of public health and the economy need to be finely balanced during the pandemic, write Farah Huzair and Joyce Tait – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/21/covid-19-balancing-the-needs-of-public-health-and-the-economy-write-farah-huzair-and-joyce-tait/
  18. Children and young people aged 5-18 years should stay active. Here’s why, write Samantha Fawkner, Ailsa Niven, Steven Hanson, Chloë Williams & Coral L Hanson – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/21/physical-activity-for-children-and-young-people-aged-5-18-years-during-covid-19-write-samantha-fawkner-ailsa-niven-steven-hanson-chloe-williams-coral-l-hanson/
  19. Recognising childrens’ rights in responses to COVID-19, by Aphaluck Bhatiasevi – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/23/recognising-childrens-rights-in-responses-to-covid-19/
  20. Lockdowns save, lockdowns kill: valuing life after coronashock, writes Stefan Ecks – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/24/lockdowns-save-lockdowns-kill-valuing-life-after-coronashock-writes-stefan-ecks/
  21. The many masks of a lockdown, by Krithika Srinivasan – COVID-19 Perspectives

    https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/2020/04/24/many-masks-of-a-lockdown-by-krithika-srinivasan/