COVID-19 research - an Arts and Law perspective

How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect our laws and human rights? How will it impact on our religious practices and ethical decision making? In what ways will it change how we interact with and create visual, literary and historical narratives?

Researchers from across the College of Arts and Law are examining what it means to be human in this time of crisis

Revisiting Groundhog Day

An old film projector


Dr James Walters of the Department of Film and Creative Writing revisits the 1993 film, and explores it’s resonance within the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Internet access is a necessity not a luxury – it should be a basic right

a man speaks engages in a video call from a hospital bed

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us that access to the internet is not only essential for connecting with loved ones, but for work, study, to engage with government, and for exercising political freedoms.

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