The Covid Files

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The Covid Files
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The Covid Files

Covid-19 crisis has profoundly shaken up every aspect of our lives, accelerating many changes that were already under way and bringing up unexpected challenges. Some things we are used to taking for granted may be gone for ever, but at the same time there are opportunities for new ways of thinking, working and living. In this new series of short posts, Intellect authors, editors, collaborators and staff reflect on the situation, as it unfolds. If you have a story to share, please get in touch - jelena@intellctbooks.com

PART 1
Alenka Barber-Kersovan and Volker Kirchberg of Urban Music Studies series reflect on struggles - and community and digital revival - of classical music of the past few months. Read more


PART 2
James Fenwick, editor of the forthcoming Unmade Film and Television book series, misses the bleary eyes and sore wrists of archive research – and considers the alternatives that opened up during the Covid-19 crisis. Read more


PART 3
Anneke Smelik and Susan B. Kaiser, new editors of Critical Studies in Fashion & Beauty, consider the piece of cloth that polarized opinions in the western world.  Read more

A Conversation With...

Intellects James Campbell has been holding weekly Instragram live conversations with our authors and editors, discussing all current topics from BLM, Covid-19 and their current research. 


A conversation with Joe Hancock, Editor of Fashion, Style and Popular Culture.



In Conversation with Prof Sarah Whatley, Sarah is the author of Dance, Disability and Law and editor of Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices



In Conversation with Charlie Athill & J McCauley Bowstead Men's style



In conversation with C Lou Hamilton Veganism, Sex and Politics



In conversation with Sharon Louden, Author of the Living and Sustaining a Creative Life Series



In conversation with Daniel Binns



In Conversation with Dr Griff Rollefson, editor of Global Hip Hop Studies