Come read the interview of the three lead project managers
Nelson Shuchmacher Endebo.Farah Bazzi Ellis Schriefer of the “Life in Quarantine” project as they were interviewed by The Stanford Daily describing how the historical archive of various narratives spanning the common person, to artists, to doctors, to prisoners have infused a sense of international connectedness to the project.
How the anonymity of the articles have expanded the freedom of speech in personal narratives and finally how this invaluable archives will be later used in textbooks to study the cultural and social dynamics during the pandemic.
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