How the coronavirus stole time, Maclean’s, 28 May 2020

Maclean’s, a Canadian news and current affairs magazine, carried an interview with Associate Dean of Faculty (Curriculum) and Associate Professor of Social Sciences (Politics) Nomi Lazar on how the coronavirus is affecting people’s sense of time, meaning, and purpose, and how we can make meaning for ourselves during this challenging period. The article also mentioned Assoc Prof Lazar’s 2019 book, Out of Joint: Power, Crisis, and the Rhetoric of Time, which discusses crises and how they shape our experience of time.

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