5.9 Required Course Materials

In addition to the videos and reading links embedded into the chapter, you are required to complete the following course material:

Required Course Readings

Clamp, R. (March 5, 2020). Coronavirus and the Black Death: spread of misinformation and xenophobia shows we haven’t learned from our past. TheConversation.com. https://theconversation.com/coronavirus-and-the-black-death-spread-of-misinformation-and-xenophobia-shows-we-havent-learned-from-our-past-132802

De Witte, M. (April 30, 2020). Past pandemics redistributed income between the rich and poor, according to Stanford historian. Stanford News. https://news.stanford.edu/2020/04/30/pandemics-catalyze-social-economic-change/

McMullan, L., Blight, G., Gutierrez, P. & Levett, C. (April 29, 2020). How humans have reacted to pandemics throughout history – A visual guide. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/society/ng-interactive/2020/apr/29/how-humans-have-reacted-to-pandemics-through-history-a-visual-guide

Patterson, G., McIntyre, K., Clough, H. & Rushton, J. (April 12, 2021). Societal impacts of pandemics: Comparing COVID-19 with history in focus our response. Frontiers in Public Health, 9. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpubh.2021.630449/full

Varlik, N. (October 26, 2021). From Black Death to COVID-19, pandemics have always pushed people to honor death and celebrate life. TheConversation.com. https://theconversation.com/from-black-death-to-covid-19-pandemics-have-always-pushed-people-to-honor-death-and-celebrate-life-170517


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