​The Language of ​​​the Post-COVID World​

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, every culture has devised different means of communication and different words to express specific elements of their experience: “Doomscrolling.” “Pandemic fatigue.” “Social distancing.” These and others are part of the cultural lexicon, and all carry inherent biases and generally negative connotations. In this discussion, we’ll wrestle with what the future of that communication looks like in a post-COVID world: what words, artistic expressions, and features we’ll take with us as a society – positive or negative – and how we ourselves might come up with new terms for communicating our experiences in the midst of pandemic.​

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