Renana received her PhD in Comparative Literature from Stanford University (2015). She is currently Assistant Professor of Law and Digital Humanities at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her current research examines the phenomenon of mass atrocity from a Big Data perspective.
Life in Quarantine hits the airwaves!
In advance of our new website launch next week, the Life in Quarantine project at the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis at Stanford University is THRILLED to announce a new partnership with Louisiana’s incredible NoiseFilter podcast!
Together we are working to select and adapt content from our quarantine life archive to this most exciting format, and we are delighted to share the first results with you all!
Hosted by Community Health and Infectious Disease doctors and public health literacy advocates Eric Griggs and MarkAlain Dery, NoiseFilter offers 10 min., bite-sized shows every day sharing updates about #COVID19 to keep all of us and our loved ones healthy. Check out their site to learn more!
Share your story with Life in Quarantine today! From now on you can indicate whether you'd like your submission to be considered for the podcast.
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