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Topic: Interdisciplinary Coronavirus Resource List — About this Guide

About this guide

Four Russian nesting dolls wearing medical masks.

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Statement of Purpose

The following resource examines COVID-19 from various disciplinary lenses. It takes into consideration current responses to the pandemic and reflects on the various questions that it has brought to the forefront. This LibGuide uses COVID-19 as a case study to illustrate the connections between various perspectives and academic fields. We hope it will serve as a useful point of departure for further reading.

This guide references UConn holdings (available to current students, faculty, and staff) as well as freely available online resources. All items are available online unless otherwise noted. In that case, please refer to the "Resources not available at UConn" tab on the left side of the page. 

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Acknowledgements

This list is the product of a collaborative effort between all branches of the UConn library, University faculty and UConn Health including:

Phara Bayonne, Richard Bleiler, Stephen Bustamante, Kathleen Crea, Cheryl Eckert, Kristina Edwards, Jenny Gregory, Sara Harrington, Philip Hritcko, Victoria Johnson, Emily Ko, Anne Langley, Marsha Lee, Edward Junhao Lim, Thomas Long, Erika McNeil, Carolyn Mills, Grace Morris, Jean Nelson, Terry Palacios, Marisol Ramos, Donovan Reinwald, Michael Rodriguez, Marlene Schwartz, Jennifer Sturgeon, Renee Walsh, and Kimberly Wilk.

For help and feedback

For help finding resources, and/or to provide feedback, please contact the document’s editor, Terry Palacios, tpalacios@uconn.edu.

We welcome your resource suggestions and feedback. This list is by no means inclusive and we will continue updating it.