What is it like to experience a pandemic? How have your life and your world changed? What has happened to all the things you used to do and took for granted? Your government has told you the world is no longer safe. You cannot carry on the way you always have before March 2020. You cannot travel, nor can you socialize. You must wear a mask to protect yourself and keep six feet from another person. What does daily life look like in the US, in China, Turkey, Guatemala, India, and Europe? Find out what the authors recordedin their journals about their lives.
Surviving During a Pandemic shares a glimpse of different lives and stories from around the globe, told by young adults, and older adults. Men and women share their concerns, their sorrow, and their hopes during this extraordinary time. The human condition, the suffering, the introspection and character development is not a unique phenomenon, but a shared one.
Courses: Psychology, history, English language and literacy
General Public interest
Surviving During a Pandemic
Dr. Garinger earned a Doctorate in Educational Psychology from the University of Connecticut, an Ed.M. from Harvard University, Graduate School of Education. She also has a Masters Degree from Tufts University and a Bachelors Degree from Syracuse University in Art History.