New Publication Update:
Trnka, S., & Muir, L. (2021, November 4). A new ministry sets out to improve services and accessibility for New Zealanders living with disabilities. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/a-new-ministry-sets-out-to-improve-services-and-accessibility-for-new-zealanders-living-with-disabilities-171099?fbclid=IwAR0LbuVcdXYkN4aTZZAxXKbdurfP7hCTpk9ZzOrT5s9XKt_U9MbtHeu1cdg
Kearns, Robin. “Geographical metaphors in everyday life.” In COVID-19 and Similar Futures, pp. 185-191. Springer, Cham, 2021.
SURVEY – COMMUNICATING ABOUT COVID
The Communicating about COVID-19 project (http://nzcovidcomms.com) is funded by the Ministry of Business, Employment and Innovation (MBIE) and based at Victoria University of Wellington. The project aims to understand where the people of Aotearoa have been finding information about COVID-19, how useful it is, and how they’ve used it. Pandemics Hub members Lara Greaves and Heather Battles are leading the Survey component of the project.
The survey, which launched at the end of June, is designed to gauge how a larger group of Aotearoa’s residents found their information about COVID-19, feel about vaccination and the response, and talk with friends and whānau about the pandemic. Anyone looking to participate in the survey or share it with others can access it via the link here: http://tinyurl.com/commcovid
Dr. Pauline Herbst is part of a roundtable discussion at the Royal Anthropological Institute’s Film Festival in London “Our Pandemic Lives: Photography During the Pandemic.” A 5-minute intro recorded for the Pandemic Hub website can be accessed below:
Nicole Perry is currently a co-operations partner in Corona Fictions. On Viral Narratives in Times of Pandemics, funded by the FWF (Austrian Science Fund) out of Graz, Austria.