Re-Thinking “Home” in the Midst of a Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has disconnected us from the familiar flow of our lives. We find ourselves “socially distanced” from one another and uncertain of how long the current situation will continue or how deeply our world may be changed. This has necessitated a re-evaluation of many things—including the ways we think about “home.”
We’d like you to share with us the ways the humanities may be helping you cope with the challenges of being self-quarantined, connect with others in the outside world, or changed your thinking about what we value about our homes and the ways our lives are shaped by them. You can share your Humanities Moment or post to social media using #HumanitiesMomentsAtHome. Your contributions will be collected here.