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COVID-19: Cultural Impacts

Resources to help you start research on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and its effects on our world.

Impacts: Cultural

 

COVID Impact Survey
From The Data Foundation, a non-profit think tank.  National and regional statistics about physical health, mental health, economic security, and social dynamics in the United States.  Downloadable datasets and a pre-formatted citation are available at the bottom of the Results page.  

 

Pew Research Center: COVID-19
A nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world.  Pew is surveying people and producing reports about the impact COVID-19 on society.  

 

Hyperallergic
A leading voice in contemporary perspectives on art, culture, and more. Founded in 2009, it is a forum for playful, serious, and radical perspectives on art in society. Hyperallergic is publishing fairly frequently on how COVID-19 is impacting the art world (emergency grants for curators and artiststeaching art onlineinstructive illustrations of COVID-19 statistics, etc.)

 

Artnet news
The world’s first dedicated 24-hour global art market newswire. You’ll find daily art world news and expert commentary from a team of reports and editors in Europe, Asia, and North America. Writers track who is making news and what’s driving the market.

 

UCI Pandemic Histories Archive
In the 20-21 academic year, the School of Social Ecology offered a remote field study opportunity for students to document their own and others' experiences living through the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as their reflections or experiences on social justice issues including anti-Black and anti-Asian racism.  Archivists in the UCI Libraries then processed the material and built an online finding aid.  The material includes audio and video interviews, written reflections, photographs, and creative works like zines. 

  • The materials in this collection are not yet online, but researchers may request access copies to digital materials by using the record's "Request items" button.