Reflecting on the COVID-19 Pandemic
An Invitation to Submit to the PPJ
In these uncertain times, we at the Public Philosophy Journal want to offer a space for thoughtful public reflection on the COVID-19 pandemic from community leaders, activists, students, educators, and others alike, as we are all dealing with the crisis.
We are committed to providing quick Formative Peer Review according to the PPJ’s core values, for short, reflective pieces, provocations, ideas, and inquiries (500-1000 words, 3-5 minute videos, or 5-7 minutes audio) about how the pandemic has affected our communities, our work, and our future. Topics might include: health, public safety, policy, food justice, immigration, incarceration, travel, higher education, trauma, the arts, critical analysis of race, gender, class, ethnicity and so on.