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COVID-19 Collection

There is little doubt the COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on our societies on a number of different levels. Our COVID-19 Collection showcases our content on this significant global challenge, regardless of specialisms, in order to encourage broader perspectives and collaborations across global and disciplinary boundaries.

The titles below, and many more to come, consider the variety of impacts the pandemic has had on society and allow authors to join the debate authoritatively and quickly. Titles in the COVID-19 Collection will include all book types, from accessible Shorts to research monographs, and are available in print and digital formats.

The first book in this collection was Martin Parker’s Life After COVID-19, featuring expert authors from across academia and civil society offering ideas that might put us on alternative paths for positive social change.

We would love to hear from you if you think your research would be a good fit. If you are interested and want to find out more, please get in touch with the Commissioning Editor for your subject area. If you think your work is particularly timely and could benefit from a shorter turnaround, you may be interested in our Rapid Responses.

Our COVID-19 Collection is also available on our Amazon Store.


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Our journals have published special issues and themed sections covering many aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Global DiscourseJournal of Psychosocial Studies Families, Relationships and SocietiesInternational Journal of Care and Caring

Special issues of Global Discourse: An interdisciplinary journal of current affairs

COVID-19 and the Politics of Fear

Guest Edited by Matthew Flinders, Dan Degerman and Matthew Johnson

Pandemic Politics in the Persian Gulf

Guest Edited by Luciano Zaccara and Simon Mabon

Special issues of the Journal of Psychosocial Studies

Psychosocial Research In Covid-19 Times

Guest Edited by Silvia Posocco and Stephen Frosh


Themed sections from Families, Relationships and Societies

Special issues of the International Journal of Care and Caring

Care, caring, and the global COVID-19 pandemic

Guest Edited by Michael Fine and Joan Tronto