AAPI COVID-19 Project
Project Description

The AAPI COVID-19 Project is a collective research study housed at Harvard University’s Department of Sociology that brings together faculty and graduate researchers across several research and teaching institutions in the United States. This investigation will examine the ongoing COVID-19 crisis as it shapes the lives of Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders in the United States, particularly focusing on multiple layers of harm—the virus itself and the intensification of racism and xenophobia that this demographic has endured in its wake. As a team of faculty and graduate researchers with a diverse range of methodological skillsets, we engage in a mixed-methods approach that includes in-depth interviews, participant observations, surveys, and social media analysis.


Translational Perspective

The team uses a variety of outputs for the project and also engages the concept of health and wellness across different perspectives.

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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rskuo [at] email.unc.edu

Chapell Hill, North Carolina, USA