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WURTZ, Heather M.. Interview with the Creators of the Pandemic Journaling Project. Estud. sociol [online]. 2023, vol.41, n.123, pp.867-882.  Epub 12-Feb-2024. ISSN 2448-6442.

The Pandemic Journaling Project (PJP) is a combined virtual journaling platform and research study that chronicles the experiences of people during covid-19. In this interview, PJP co-founders, Drs. Willen and Mason, speak about the role of human rights in how PJP was conceived, designed, and implemented. They describe how PJP contributes to a broader effort to advance social justice through the preservation of archival accounts of historically underrepresented communities. Willen and Mason also share some insights into what they are beginning to learn about human rights from the contributions of PJP participants. They conclude with a brief discussion about how they plan to disseminate findings, as well as next steps for PJP.

Palabras llave : journals; covid-19; archival activism; human rights.

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