- "Voices from the Pandemic Journaling Project." Want to hear the voices of PJP participants? Check out this two-minute sound collage, prepared by UConn Global reflecting on PJP's one-year anniversary in May 2021.
- FROM THE ARCHIVE: "Introduction to the Pandemic Journaling Project." This one-minute video is a quick introduction to the first phase of PJP, which ran from May 2020 until May 2022.
Blog posts & short essays
- Zhang, Corona, Adriana Sowell, and Sarah S. Willen. 2020. "How to Decolonize Future Histories of COVID-19, Starting Now." The Thinking Republic.
- Willen, Sarah S. 2020. "The Pandemic Journaling Project." Humanities for All.
- Willen, Sarah S. and Katherine A. Mason. 2021. "Journaling the Pandemic: To Record, To Remember, To Heal." OECD Forum Network.
- Mason, Katherine A. 2021. "Journaling the Pandemic." Brown Faculty Bulletin.
- Willen, Sarah S. 2021. "Q&A on the Pandemic Journaling Project." UConn Collaboratory on School & Child Health.
Video interviews & public events
- Watch "Journaling the Pandemic: What 20,000 Journal Entries Can Tell Us about COVID-19 -- and Ourselves," a November 2021 talk by PJP co-founder and 2021-22 UCHI Faculty Fellow Sarah Willen's at UConn's Humanities Institute (UCHI).
- Watch our May 2021 virtual public forum on storytelling, history, equity, and mental health, a collaboration with the Commission Women, Children, Seniors, Equity & Opportunity at the Connecticut State Legislature: "Journaling During COVID Times Virtual Roundtable."
- In October 2020, the PJP founders Katherine A. Mason and Sarah Willen were interviewed by disaster expert Scott Gabriel Knowles on COVID Calls, a a daily discussion of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
- In June 2020, PJP co-founder Sarah Willen was interviewed by anthropologist William Lucas for the podcast, A Partial Perspective.