MLC Webinar COVID-19 Book Talk
- July 29, 2021
- 7:00 PM EDT - 8:00 PM EDT
- Open To
- Everyone - register for Zoom link
In the wake of the pandemic, numerous books have been published to help bring clarity to crisis. How have academics grappled with these changes in such a short period of time? This virtual book talk features four international authors and editors in conversation. Their books represent contributors from Australia, Canada, the US, UK, Scotland, France, Spain, Italy, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Slovenia, and South Africa, responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- J. Michael Ryan, external link, Editor of COVID-19 Volumes I and II, external link
- Deborah Lupton, external link and Karen Willis, external link, Co-editors of The COVID-19 Crisis: Social Perspectives, external link
- Marko Koščak, external link, Co-author of Post-Pandemic Sustainable Tourism Management, external link
The event includes our popular book give-away; come and win your copy!
This event is moderated by Professor Irene Gammel, Director of the MLC Research Centre, and MLC Postdoctoral Fellow Jason Wang.
The webinar is open to the general public and free of charge. To participate, please RSVP to gain access to the Zoom room details.
"COVID-19 Book Talk" is the nineteenth installment of the MLC Pandemic Webinar Series, which began on 2 April 2020 as an urgent cultural response to the crisis. Catch up on previous installments and learn more about this series on our website.