The experience of the Covid-19 pandemic was different for different people in the UK. Some were particularly vulnerable, including older age groups and people who experience racism; emergency regulations and policing led to a singling out of racialised groups; and caring for the dead proved challenging for specific religious minorities. In this volume we examine such inequalities of the pandemic as well as the diverse practices driving and exacerbating them and ask whether mourning and commemoration can bring people together, and what role attempts to learn lessons and plan for the future can play.
|Place of Publication||Bristol|
|Publication status||In preparation - Mar 2023|