September 2, 2020, Graham Mooney, '“A Menace to Public Health" - Contact Tracing and the Limits of Persuasion,' The New England Journal of Medicine
August 20, 2020, Marta Hanson, "From the Sick Man of Asia to Sick Uncle Sam," Perspective, Current History: A Journal of Contemporary World Affairs
August 5, 2020, Jeremy Greene,"Attacks on Public Health Officials During COVID-19," JAMA
June 24, 2020, Nathaniel Comfort, "Confronting the next stage of coronavirus means accepting uncertainty in science," The Inquirer
May 19, 2020, Graham Mooney, “How to Talk About Freedom During a Pandemic,” The Atlantic
May 7, 2020, Mary Fissell, Pandemics come and go. The way people respond to them barely changes., Washington Post
April 21, 2020, Julia Cummiskey, It's Time to Invest in Public Health Infrastructure, Johns Hopkins Communications
April 13, 2020, Jeremy Greene, As Telemedicine Surges, Will Community Health Suffer?, Boston Review
April 10, 2020, Jeremy Greene, The Social Distancing Syllabus: Perspectives in the Time of Coronavirus from Johns Hopkins Historians, A Historical Guide to Pandemic Responses, Johns Hopkins Communicaitons; accompanying video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoXqM3TBQts
April 10, 2020, Graham Mooney, A Historical Perspective on the Connections Between Public Health and Schooling, A Historical Guide to Pandemic Responses, Johns Hopkins Communications; accompanying video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lw9rJ9PHe7M
April 10, 2020, Alexandre White, Xenophobia in the Time of Quarantines, A Historical Guide to Pandemic Responses, Johns Hopkins Communicaitons; accompanying video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aurjsEoBwq0
April 9, 2020, Graham Mooney, Hospital visiting in epidemics: an old debate reopened, History & Policy
April 6, 2020, Marta Hanson, Urban foraging in Baltimore in the time of a pandemic, Baltimore Brew
April 5, 2020, Nathaniel Comfort, Quarantine Journal: Border Crossing, The Point Magazine
March 27, 2020, Alexandre White, "Historical linkages: epidemic threat, economic risk, and xenophobia," The Lancet
March 24, 2020, Kristin Brig, Joking in the Time of Pandemic: The 1889–92 Flu and 2020 COVID-19, Nursing Clio
March 24, 2020, Alexandre White, "The U.S. has an ugly history of blaming ‘foreigners’ for disease," The Washington Post
March 6, 2020, Graham Mooney, “Quarantine is One of the Oldest Powers in the Book. That Doesn’t Mean Governments Should use it to Fight Coronavirus,” The Globe and Mail.
September 3, 2020, Jeremy Greene, "‘The 1918 flu is still with us’: The deadliest pandemic ever is still causing problems today," Teddy Amenabar, Washington Post
August 25, Marta Hanson, "Traditional Chinese Medicine Is Coming for COVID-19 - Lost in Translation," Alexandra Marvar, The Daily Beast
August 6, 2020, Jeremy Greene, "What a Doctor Learns From Watching You on Video Chat," Marion Renault, The Atlantic
July 22, 2020, Ayah Nuriddin, "Planned Parenthood to remove Margaret Sanger's name from N.Y. clinic over views on eugenics," Samantha Schmidt, Washington Post
June 23, 2020, Marta Hanson, "The Invisible Mask: Kampo Pharmaceuticals and Chinese Medical Practitioners during the Coronavirus Crisis 2020 in Japan," Teresia Hofer, Editors' Forum: Hot Spots, From the Series Responding to an Unfolding Pandemic: Asian Medicines and Covid-19, Society for Cultural Anthropology
May 25, 2020, Marta Hanson, "How to Make Sense of "Traditional (Chinese) Medicine" In a Time of Covid-19: Cold War Origin Stories and the WHO's Role in Making Space for Polyglot Therapeutics," Helen Tilley's contribution to "Dispatches from the pandemic," Somatosphere
May 20, 2020, Graham Mooney, "Why you Might Now Get a Phone Call to Tell You You’ve Been Exposed to the Coronavirus," Seattle Times
May 5, 2020, Alexandre White, "I fear we are getting too close too soon for COVID-19 comfort," Jenna Price, Sydney Morning Herald
May 1, 2020, Alexandre White, "We're Being Too Optimistic About What Post-Pandemic America Will Look Like," Harry Cheadle, VICE News
April 28, 2020, Alexandre White, "For young people, two defining events: COVID-19 and climate change," Laura Parker, National Geographic
April 10, 2020, Jeremy Greene, "The ‘forgotten pandemic’: What researchers can learn from the 1918 flu that devastated Baltimore," Baltimore Sun
April 9, 2020, Alexandre White, "How Pandemics Shape Society," HUB, Johns Hopkins Communications
April 2, 2020, Marta Hanson, "A surprising army emerges to fight against the epidemic with Chinese medicine: Focus on clinical efficacy receives support overseas," Hong Kong's Asian Weekly, no. 14
April 1, 2020, Jeremy Greene, "Tale of two cities: How San Francisco is flattening the curve while NYC becomes a global Coronavirus epicentre," Independent
March 23, 2020, Graham Mooney, “With Outbreaks Come Misinformation. Covid-19 is no Exception,” Undark Magazine.
March 21, 2020, Graham Mooney, “A Historical Lesson in Disease Containment: Tuberculosis Sanatoriums Offered Patients Fresh Air, Entertainment, and Socialization—For Those Who Could Afford Them,” The Atlantic.
March 17, 2020, Graham Mooney, “What We’ve Learned from Past Pandemics,” Quartz.
March 14, 2020, Alexandre White, "Why You Should Stop Joking That Black People Are Immune to Coronavirus," Citylab
March 10, 2020, Alexandre White, "Fox News And Donald Trump Are Embracing Xenophobia To Defend Against The Coronavirus," Buzzfeed News
March 10, 2020, Graham Mooney, “In the Coronavirus, Historians See Echoes of Past Pandemics,” Futurism.
March 7, 2020, Graham Mooney, “Extreme Actions During Spanish Flu May Preview Decisions on Coronavirus Today,” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
March 3, 2020, Alexandre White, "China Tightens Coronavirus Restrictions to Shield Beijing," The Wall Street Journal
March 1, 2020, Alexandre White, "Q&A — COVID-19: What History Can Tell Us," Fundamentals March 2020, Johns Hopkins Communications
March 1, 2020, Alexandre White, "China's Red Banners Take On Coronavirus. Even Mahjong Gets A Mention," Goats and Soda, NPR
January 26, 2020, Alexandre White, "China's unprecedented quarantines could have wider consequences, experts say," CNN Health
August 6, 2020, Graham Mooney, "Public Health Officials Discuss Why They Quit During The COVID-19 Pandemic," NPR Morning Edition
June 12, 2020, Graham Mooney, "History of Contact Tracing," Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Communications
April 10, 2020, Graham Mooney, “History of Government Responses to Pandemics,” Politics! Politics! Politics!
April 3, 2020, Graham Mooney, "Pandemics in Perspective: A Virtual Roundtable Discussion," video, American Philosophical Society
April 3, 2020, Alexandre White, "Are some sanitizers and disinfectants better to use against coronavirus than others? -- Progress report in the search for COVID-19 vaccine, therapies -- Hollywood's well is about to run dry, at the worst possible time," InDepth, KNX 1070
April 1, 2020, Alexandre White, "Samtal við samfélagið – The Societal Impact of a Pandemic," Kjarninn
March 31, 2020, Jeremy Greene, "The COVID-19 Curve, Low Wage Workers, Corona Comedy: Amy Silverberg," Take Two, KPCC 89.3
March 27, 2020, Jeremy Greene & Graham Mooney, "COVID-19 and the 1918 Flu Pandemic—What Can We Learn?," Public Health On Call
March 26, 2020, Graham Mooney, “Can we learn anything from the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918?”, ABC Australia, 7.30 Report.
March 25, 2020, Graham Mooney, “In the Response to Coronavirus, Echoes of Pandemics Past,” Trend Lines, World Politics Review.
March 23, 2020, Graham Mooney, “What We Can Learn From Pandemics in History,” Minnesota Public Radio News with Kerri Miller.
March 19, 2020, Alexandre White, "TWiSP 2020 M03 Thu19 Audio," This Week in Sociological Perspective, Podtail
March 18, 2020, Graham Mooney, “Epidemics, Elites, and Public Health,” Against the Grain, KPFA 94.1.
March 18, 2020, Graham Mooney, “Pandemic Historian Dr. Graham Mooney,” Profoundly Pointless.
March 17, 2020, Graham Mooney, “The Rob Snow Show,” 1310 News, Ottowa.
March 11, 2020, Graham Mooney, “Breakfast Show,” Voice of Islam.