COVID-19

July 2, 2020

The impact of COVID-19 in fields outside science and medicine, is one that the academic community is only just beginning to process. As the community starts to research and publish papers on the effect of the global pandemic within other areas of study such as sociology, anthropology, politics, and gender studies, we will collate that content on this page. Our COVID-19 page will reflect the dynamic and organic content of our journals and as it is updated, this page will be a record of COVID-19’s continuing reach, repercussion and reverberation through every aspect of life, in every part of the world.


Berghahn Journals on COVID-19

Click below to browse current articles that discuss COVID-19.

 

Published Special Issues and Sections

Summer 2020. McCourt, Christine, ed. "COVID-19 and the Transformation of Intimacy: Microbes - Bodies." Special issue, Anthropology in Action: Journal for Applied Anthropology in Policy and Practice. Read the Issue.

Winter 2020. Afsahi, Afsoun, Emily Beausoleil, Rikki Dean, Selen Ercan, and Jean-Paul Gagnon, eds. “Democracy in the Time of COVID-19.” Special issue, Democratic Theory. Read the Issue.

Winter 2020. Mitchell, Claudia, and Ann Smith, eds. “The Lives of Girls and Young Women in the Time of COVID-19.” Special issue, Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Read the Issue.

Winter 2020. McCourt, Christine, ed. "COVID-19 and the Transformation of Intimacy: Lovers - Deities." Special issue, Anthropology in Action: Journal for Applied Anthropology in Policy and Practice. Read the Issue.

Spring 2021. McCourt, Christine, ed. "COVID-19 and the Transformation of Intimacy: Workers." Special issue, Anthropology in Action: Journal for Applied Anthropology in Policy and Practice. Read the Issue.

Forthcoming Special Issues and Sections

Summer 2021. Van der Maesen, Laurent, ed. "Societal Aspects of the COVID-19 Pandemic." Special issue, International Journal of Social Quality. More information TK. 

 


For more information about Berghahn's response to COVID-19, please read our message to the academic community.