Coordinating and amplifying Arts and Humanities Covid-19 research
The Pandemic and Beyond coordinates and communicates Arts and Humanities research projects that are designed to explore and mitigate the wide-ranging impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Our team will provide interdisciplinary support to coordinate the Covid-19-related research funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, providing a virtual hub where researchers, user groups and policymakers can meet, find out about related projects, and work together to share expertise and resources.
In order to facilitate connections between research and to narrate the contribution and value of arts and humanities research to pandemic response and recovery, our project will map the 70+ projects in the AHRC Covid-19 portfolio. On these pages you will be able to find information about each of the projects, which we will be regularly updated and become searchable as our research progresses. We will also share insights from our analysis and scoping exercise here.
- Masking uncertainty on the bus: risk and responsibility after ‘freedom day’By Emma Roe*, Paul Hurley*, Charlotte Veal** and Sandra Wilks***. Project: ‘Routes of infection, routes to safety: Creative mapping of […]
- Music and Poetry in the PandemicAs part of the Pandemic and Beyond project we are working in collaboration with a Lived Experience Panel, a group […]
- Digital dissemination and visual communication in the time of COVID-19Digital and visual communications are a crucial method in disseminating information during the COVID-19 pandemic. From slice-of-life diary pieces to […]