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

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