Plagues and classical history – what the humanities will tell us about COVID in years to come
The way that people react to plagues and pandemics has been thoroughly documented throughout history. Image: Unsplash/Ed Robertson
Christopher SmithExecutive Chair, Arts and Humanities Research Council, and Professor, School of Classics, University of St Andrews
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