What you'll learn How pandemics are more than just a force of nature, but rather a result of human interaction with their environments. How pandemics have often catalyzed major changes (economic, social, political) How pandemics are an important part of human history. Requirements An interest in current affairs. Description Pandemics are not just a force of nature. They arise in social, political and economic contexts and affect human societies in different ways. History shows us that pandemics have always played a role in human development, as they often exposed fault lines running through society, catalyzing change. CoVid19 is no different. It has emerged at a time in which our faith in our political institutions and leaders is low. It has emerged at a time of escalating global inequality and threatening climate change. Will our societies respond? Who this course is for: People who are keen to understand our current pandemic a bit better from the perspective of history.
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