Audrey Truschke

associate history professor at Rutgers University-Newark

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Most people are stuck inside, staring at screens all day, looking for ways to pass the time. It’s been this way since March, with few outlets for pent-up feelings.

Journaling will prove to be an important window into this historic pandemic, says professor

Most people are stuck inside, staring at screens all day, looking for ways to pass the time. It’s been this way since March, with few outlets for pent-up feelings.

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