I spoke with Poorva Misra about how COVID-19 pushes us to ask tough questions about our commitment to dismantling colonialism and about xenophobic assumptions we may not realize we have.
I spoke with Melissa Joy Dobbins about how the medical humanities can help us understand everything from dietary science to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two local news features in which I discussed the public health ethics of the Spokane Regional Health Department’s decision to fire our Health Officer suddenly and in the middle of a pandemic.
I spoke with Stars of Hope about my YES! Magazine Article regarding using art to cope with grieving during COVID-19.
In the “Pandemic Edition” of this podcast, stand-up comedian Shane Mauss aims to extend his show’s goals of bringing scientific understanding to the lay public, into a spin-off series on COVID-19. The first English professor to appear on the show,…
I spoke with Linda Lorelle about how to bridge political divides and seek the common good during COVID.
I spoke with this academic podcasting team about my new book and how to bridge the “two cultures” between science and literature.
I spoke with Arkansas-based theatre team Trike Theatre in their show Live at Five about the history of plague and theater, and drama’s unique ability to respond to social crises.
I was interviewed in this article considering how COVID-19 might change social relationships in the future.
What can an English professor with expertise in Victorian Literature teach us about the coronavirus? Germ theory became popularized during that era, so this is when people realized that we were the vectors of our own illnesses.