The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally altered how many of us live our lives. It is as much a medical and public health crisis as it is a cultural and moral one, leading us to ask new questions about how we ought to relate to one another, how and where to work or raise families, how we socialize, how pandemics disproportionately impact some communities over others, and how we understand the relationship between politics and health.

The Health Humanities Project aims to support teaching and research on this crisis in the realms of health, society, and culture. We want to start by amplifying a number of excellent resources that have already become available, including: