COVID-19 focuses our daily attention on physical distancing, sanitization and hygiene, masks, ventilation systems, maximum space capacities, infection, testing, self-isolation...and more. At times, COVID-19 leaves us feeling anxious and forces us to confront life's fragility. COVID-19 also invites us to think about what we notice and how we see.
Can this pandemic experience also open us to more than what we have lost? What ways of seeing do various fields of scholarship afford? How might a multi-disciplinary conversation provide perspective, sharper focus, and new understanding during this challenging time?
Moderated by Kenton Lobe – Instructor, International Development and Environmental Studies
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