Who we are
We are an international group of social sciences experts who investigate how social groups and institutions reacted to the various challenges the COVID-19 pandemic posed and continues to pose. We are specifically interested in how people take care of themselves and each other during lockdowns and during the pandemic in general and how people take on diverse roles of responsibility.
What we do
We are currently conducting research that naturally aligns with our existing research areas and academic backgrounds including anthropology, public health, nursing, Pacific studies, Asian studies, criminology, and law.
We have published in form of research reports and in variety of high-ranking academic journals.