Articles studying the impact of COVID-19

We’ve been writing up a storm! 

Only five months after starting our collaborative project, many of our autoethnographic renderings have been published in Qualitative Inquiry. These pieces, filled with images, poetry, sharp analyses, and keen seensibilities, contribute to larger cultural understandings about the impact and experience of life in times of global trauma. While starting out as being only focused on COVID, Black Lives Matter protests brought a range of issues to the foreground. Readers will notice the interweaving of the personal impact of a pandemic with larger complex structures of injustice and systemic racism. 

This is only a partial list of the 23 contributions to Qualitative Inquiry. We’ll add the others as they appear online. We’re also presenting our work in other formats, like a book and a performance

Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt P. (2020). The ways of knowing the pandemic with the help of prompted autoethnography. Qualitative Inquiry. https://doi:10.1177/1077800420960133

Bolander, B., & Smith, P. (2020). Time Across the Lines: Collaborative Wonderings Under COVID-19. Qualitative Inquiry.

Lee, S. Y. (2020). Now as a Liminal Space, Writing as a Patchwork: Autoethnographic Reflections on the Self in the Middle of the Pandemic. Qualitative Inquiry.

Davis, S. (2020). Perezhivanie, Art, and Creative Traversal: A Method of Marking and Moving Through COVID and Grief. Qualitative Inquiry.

Markham, A. N. (2020). Pattern Recognition: Using Rocks, Wind, Water, Anxiety, and Doom Scrolling in a Slow Apocalypse (to Learn More About Methods for Changing the World). Qualitative Inquiry.

Sreberny, A. (2020). My Room With a World View: Aging and the Paradoxes of Covid 19. Qualitative Inquiry.

Fowley, C. (2020). Grief in Times of Corona (Envoi). Qualitative Inquiry. 

Zheng, S. (Sharon). (2020). Quarantine Life Is Stillness and Dialogue: A Reflective Autoethnography During a Global Pandemic. Qualitative Inquiry.