Blogs tagged with: Covid-19

Are the Experts Responsible for Bad Disaster Response?

Are the Experts Responsible for Bad Disaster Response?

Federico Brandmayr

Written by Expertise Under Pressure Research Associate Federico Brandmayr, this blog post was originally posted on the Centre for Humanities and Social Change website.

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Posted: Tuesday 21 April 2020


The SAGE We Knew and the SAGE ‘Everyone’ Now Knows and Wants to Scrutinise

The SAGE We Knew and the SAGE ‘Everyone’ Now Knows and Wants to Scrutinise

Hannah Baker

Hannah Baker, Research Associate with the Expertise Under Pressure Project, takes a closer look at how SAGE is viewed in the current times of a global pandemic.

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Posted: Thursday 14 May 2020


COVID-19 and Agriculture: The Coming Contradictory Hunger Pandemic

COVID-19 and Agriculture: The Coming Contradictory Hunger Pandemic

Felix Anderl

Felix Anderl, Research Associate with ARTEFACT and member of the Centre for Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos), writes on the looming crisis of food security and nutrition, aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic.
This article was originally posted in OpenDemocracy in May 2020.

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Posted: Friday 29 May 2020


Citizen Science in a Pandemic: A Fleeting Moment or New Normal?

Citizen Science in a Pandemic: A Fleeting Moment or New Normal?

Katie Cohen

Katie Cohen is a Research Assistant for the Expertise Under Pressure project at CRASSH and at the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP). In this blog she is looking at citizen science as a contribution to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Posted: Wednesday 17 June 2020


Independent SAGE and Their Continued Quest for Transparency

Independent SAGE and Their Continued Quest for Transparency

Hannah Baker

Hannah Baker, Research Associate with the Expertise Under Pressure project, describes the ways in which Independent SAGE strives for transparency in relation to the COVID-19 crisis.

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Posted: Wednesday 15 July 2020


Trusting the Experts Takes More Than Belief

Trusting the Experts Takes More Than Belief

CRASSH News

As part of their series on expertise and COVID-19, the Expertise Under Pressure team asked Matt Bennett, currently a lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Cambridge, to write a piece based on his new article 'Should I do as I'm told? Trust, Experts, and COVID-19' forthcoming in the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal.

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Posted: Tuesday 11 August 2020