Till We Have Faces: An Analysis of COVID-19 and Public Policy

Till We Have Faces: An Analysis of COVID-19 and Public Policy

The CCCA is proud to present “Till We Have Faces: An Analysis of COVID-19 and Public Policy”, written by Bruce Hindmarsh, DPhil (Oxon).

621 days since the declaration by the World Health Organization of a pandemic, this scholarly and comprehensive essay comes from Dr. Hindmarsh, a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and professor of history and theology in Vancouver, BC. As written by Dr. Steven Pelech in the foreword, “Dr. Hindmarsh has done a remarkable job in making this information accessible, and he accurately tracks the unfolding of the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequences of how societies have reacted to this threat so far.”

Read the full essay by clicking below.

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