Journal entries from our PJP community are already helping illuminate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the everyday lives of people around the world.
Below is a growing list of research publications produced using data from the growing PJP archive. If you need help accessing an article, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a PDF.
1. "Journaling and Mental Health During COVID-19: Insights from the Pandemic Journaling Project." 2022. Social Science & Medicine-Mental Health. Guest editors: Katherine A. Mason, Sarah S. Willen, & Heather M. Wurtz.
- Wurtz, Heather M., Sarah S. Willen, and Katherine A. Mason. 2022. “Introduction: Journaling and Mental Health during COVID-19: Insights from the Pandemic Journaling Project.” SSM - Mental Health. 2: 100141.
- Larotonda, Alice & Katherine A. Mason. 2022. "New life, new feelings of loss: Journaling new motherhood during Covid-19." SSM - Mental Health. 2: 100120.
- Kalinowski Jolaade, Madeline Baird, Heather M. Wurtz, Sarah S. Willen. 2022. "Shouldering the load yet again: Black women’s experiences of stress during COVID-19." SSM - Mental Health. 2: 100140.
- Ansari, David. 2022. "An Accumulation of Distress: Grief, Loss, and Isolation among Healthcare Providers during the COVID-19 Pandemic." SSM - Mental Health. 2: 100146.
- Baines, Kristina. 2022. “'It’s normal to admit you’re not okay': New York City college students shaping mental health through journaling." SSM - Mental Health 2, 100119.
- Parson, Nia, Heather M. Wurtz, Megan Lowry, C. Santos. 2022. "'Life will go on with the beauty of the roses”: The moral dimensions of coping With distress through autobiographical writing during Covid-19." SSM - Mental Health 2, 100156.
- Parsons, Michelle. A., 2022. “'I miss my friends, but I also miss strangers': Pandemic loneliness and the importance of place and practice." SSM - Mental Health 2, 100121.
- Willen, Sarah S., 2022. “'Languishing' in critical perspective: Roots and routes of a traveling concept in COVID-19 times." SSM - Mental Health 2, 100128.
2. "Student Experiences of Covid-19 around the Globe: Insights from the Pandemic Journaling Project." In process.
- Mason, Katherine A. and Andrea Flores. (2023) “'You would think she would hug me': Micropractices of Care between First-generation College Students and their Parents during Covid-19." Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11013-023-09833-5.
Willen, Sarah S., Michael Ennis-McMillan, and Kristina Baines. (2023) “Cultivating Voice and Solidarity in Times of Crisis: Ethnographic Online Journaling as a Pedagogical Tool.” Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry. doi: 10.1007/s11013-023-09832-6. Wurtz, Heather M., Maria Hernandez, and Madeline Baird. (2023) “Thriving Despite the Odds: Digital Capital and Reimagined Life Projects Among Mexican College Students During COVID‑19.” Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry. doi: 10.1007/s11013-023-09839-z.
- Willen, Sarah S., Sebastian Wogenstein, and Katherine A. Mason. 2020. "Everyday Disruptions and Jewish Dilemmas: Preliminary Insights from the Pandemic Journaling Project." Jewish Social Studies. 26(1). 192-212.
- Wurtz, Heather M. 2022. "Journaling as a rights-based intervention during pandemic times: An interview with the creators of the Pandemic Journaling Project." Journal of Human Rights.
- In Portuguese: Wurtz, Heather M. 2023. "‘Journaling’ como uma intervenção baseada em direitos em tempos de pandemia: Uma entrevista com Sarah S. Willen e Katherine A. Mason, criadoras do Projeto Diário da Pandemia (Pandemic Journaling Project)." Transl. Thayane Brêtas de Araujo. Metaxy. 4(1): 156-165.
- In Spanish: Wurtz, Heather M. (2023). "Entrevista con las creadoras del Proyecto Diarios de la Pandemia." Trans: Ana Pérez. Estudios Sociológicos De El Colegio De México. 41(123): 867–882.