Call for Papers

Special Issue: COVID-19 and Health Inequalities: Lessons for Pandemic Disasters Yet to Come
Sociological Spectrum
Deadline: December 31, 2020

This Special Issue seeks to present a collection of papers that advance our understanding of pandemic disasters and illuminate the structural forces that prevent us from rebuilding communities in ways that make communities safer, healthier, and better prepared for the next natural or human-induced disaster.

Promoting a Low-carbon, Climate-Resilient, and Equitable Covid-19 Recovery
Climate Policy
Deadline: December 31, 2020

Climate Policy is calling for high-quality, innovative, insightful contributions that consider how the Covid-19 recovery could promote a low-carbon, climate-resilient, and equitable future.

A Global Pandemic: Sociotechnical Perspectives on COVID-19
Natural Hazards Review
Deadline: Open

This special collection seeks research that assesses the degree to which technical infrastructure to support interactive communication across multiple scales of decision making increases or decreases social capacity for collective action to reduce the threat of COVID-19 on a global scale.

Transportation Impacts and Responses to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Deadline:Open

The editors of Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives (TRIP) has issued a special call for papers on the Coronavirus and its impacts on public health, safety and security, transportation and travel, and the management of critical facilities and services.

Urgent Call for Papers: COVID-19 & Misinfodemics
Misinformation Review
Deadline: Open

The editors of Misinformation Review has issued a call for papers and commentaries from all disciplines regarding the intersections between misinformation and COVID-19.

Call for Participation

Call for Engineering Action on the COVID-19 Crisis
National Academy of Engineering
Deadline: Open

The National Academy of Engineering has issued a call for engineering communities and others to collectively brainstorm innovative engineering ideas that could help ameliorate the virus itself and/or its collateral discontinuities, such as impacts on the supply chain and closure of schools.