Ten tracks that speak to different aspects of living with the pandemic.
If you’re searching for something to cook, chef and anthropologist Anna Colquhoun has a recipe that is helping her family and neighbors through the pandemic.
What is this pandemic showing us about connecting as humans when the physical body isn’t a factor?
Terms such as “lockdown,” “quarantine,” “social distancing,” and “isolation” became ubiquitous during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, these were not familiar to the people of many non-Western countries like Bangladesh, and were often misunderstood or at least not understood accordingly.
Disease is but the most obvious part of an epidemic. As coronavirus spreads, it fuels many other kinds of contagious forces.
The stiff, gray cardboard box sat calmly on the table in the quiet NASA archive at the University of Houston Clear Lake: History Archive, Box#52, Astronomy Papers and Research. Folder 8, “Parker personal correspondence,” contained the transcript of an astronaut’s personal diary about landing on the moon.