The Longest Blizzard Pressure Cookers and Gifts from the Pandemic

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Cassandra Evans

Keywords

bioethics, disabilities, mental health, contingent spaces, pandemic

Abstract

Personal thoughts and reflections on navigating my own mental health, trying to do research and teaching pandemic ethics during a pandemic.

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