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Professors Sari Altschuler and Elizabeth Maddock Dillon compile crowd-sourced Humanities COVID-19 syllabus

To help us think and teach about contagion, global health, and community in a time of social distancing and fear, Professors Sari Altschuler and Elizabeth Maddock Dillon have compiled the first iteration of a crowd-sourced Humanities COVID-19 Syllabus focusing on the literary, historical, philosophical, religious and cultural aspects of the current health crisis and its history. This is a work in progress; suggestions are welcome.

headshots of Elizabeth Maddock Dillon and Sari Altschuler with featured texts from their COVID-19 syllabus

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