Special Issue: Pandemics that Changed the World. Historical Reflections on COVID-19
Pandemics that changed the world: historical reflections on COVID-19,
Ewout Frankema and Heidi Tworek, pp. 333–335.
Perspectivizing pandemics: (how) do epidemic histories criss-cross contexts?
Anne-Emanuelle Birn, pp. 336–349.
Germs, genomes, and global history in the time of COVID-19
Kyle Harper, pp. 350–362.
Select Comparative pandemics: the Tudor–Stuart and Wanli–Chongzhen years of pestilence, 1567–1666
Timothy Brook, pp. 363–379.
Epidemics, indigenous communities, and public health in the COVID-19 era: views from smallpox inoculation campaigns in colonial Guatemala
Martha Few, pp. 380–393.
Select Pandemics and the politics of difference: rewriting the history of internationalism through nineteenth-century cholera†, Valeska Huber, pp. 394–407.
Connectivity and seasonality: the 1918 influenza and COVID-19 pandemics in global perspective
Siddharth Chandra and Julia Christensen, Shimon Likhtman, pp. 408–420.
How reminders of the 1918–19 pandemic helped Australia and New Zealand respond to COVID-19
Geoffrey W. Rice, pp. 421–433.
’17, ’18, ’19: religion and science in three pandemics, 1817, 1918, and 2019
Howard Phillips, pp. 434–443.
Viral surveillance and the 1968 Hong Kong flu pandemic
Robert Peckham, pp. 444–458.
Endemic risks: influenza pandemics, public health, and making self-reliant Indian citizens
Kavita Sivaramakrishnan, pp. 459–477.
Pandemics and soft power: HIV/AIDS and Uganda on the global stage
Shane Doyle, pp. 478–492.
Ebola and COVID-19 in Sierra Leone: comparative lessons of epidemics for society
Paul Richards, pp. 493–507.