Experiences During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Interview with Jake James
Jake James, First-year student (straight from high school), Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Politics and International Relations), majoring in History, was interviewed by Kristian Marijanovic as part of a survey of students and staff experiences of the ongoing pandemic on 13 November 2020 at 1.04 pm in a room at the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry offices, overlooking the Quad.
A transcript of Jake James's interview is available.
The Experiences During the COVID-19 PAndemic Project is a student-led survey, designed by undergraduate representatives in the History Department at the University of Sydney. The goal is to contribute to the archival record that documents this moment in time, in a way that will be useful for future scholars.
The survey is in two parts. The first asks for your personal stories and experiences about self-isolation over the few months in 2020. The second queries the institutional response to the pandemic, including questions about the creation of knowledge about this moment in time.
LanguageengSubjectCOVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-Sound recordingsInterviewOral historyExperienceGeographic coverageSydney (N.S.W.)TypeInterviewDuration00:43:54Related item/sTranscript: Interview with Jake JamesCollectionThe University of Sydney during COVID-19