Documenting a World Historical Event: Life in COVID 19, 2020
Georgetown University Archives, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Final project submitted for HIST 140 course "Charlemagne to Napoleon: The Holy Roman Empire" with faculty member Dr. Amy Leonard. The project includes a personal journal section covering the period of April 6-May 5, 2020. The journals document adjusting to life in quarantine in New Jersey including the transition to online learning and the distractions of being at home, social distancing from friends and family and ways the student is keeping in touch with them, experiences going grocery shopping, celebrating a birthday during the pandemic, among others.
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