Several Justice Everywhere authors have been involved in a book project about the ethics and politics of COVID-19. The volume, Political Philosophy in a Pandemic: Routes to a More Just Future (Bloomsbury 2021), is a collection of 20 essays covering five main themes: (1) social welfare and vulnerability; (2) economic justice; (3) democratic relations; (4) speech and (mis)information; and (5) the relationship between crisis and justice.

The first of three chapter previews that we’ll be publishing over the next few weeks comes from Julia Hermann, who contributed a chapter to the final theme on the relationship between crisis and justice. Her chapter, co-authored with Katharina Bauer and Christian Baatz, is entitled Coronavirus and Climate Change: What Can the Former Teach Us about the Latter? Check out her short video introduction to their chapter below:


The collection has now been published in e-book versions, and the print versions will be published on 23rd September. You can order/pre-order your copy here (or via Waterstones, Amazon, etc.).

You can also check out the book in more detail via this widget, which includes the Table of Contents, Foreword by Onora O’Neill, and Introduction to the volume by Aveek Bhattacharya and Fay Niker.