In her presentation on the 10th of November 2021, Deborah Lupton discusses how Australians experienced the COVID-19 crisis, from its first reporting to the present, where the largest states of New South Wales and Victoria, together with the Australian Capital Territory, are slowly emerging from extended strict lockdowns due to the Delta variant. She also introduces her new book COVID Societies: Theorising the Coronavirus Crisis (forthcoming from Routledge in April 2022), which provides a global perspective on the pandemic.
Deborah Lupton is a SHARP Professor in the Centre for Social Research in Health and the Social Policy Research Centre and Leader of the Vitalities Lab at the University of New South Wales Sydney (UNSW).
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