Covid19@CMC Digital Archive

Capturing History

 Covid19@CMC is a digital archive documenting the lived experience of the Covid-19 pandemic among the members of the Claremont McKenna College community. The purpose of the archive is to preserve interviews and associated materials reflecting this extraordinary time.

Thanks to the generous support of the Stasneck Fund and the Gould Center for Humanistic Studies, the CMC History Department aims to provide a space where our community can express their understandings, hopes, and fears about the pandemic and where future researchers, policy makers, activists and artists can reflect on the current crisis and its lessons for the future.

Project Leaders

Research Fellows

Interviews Conducted

Digital Artifacts

Stop Violence

Part of a mural on a burnt building on Lake Street in Minneapolis reads “Stop Violence.” Photo taken by Lia Harel on May 31st 2020.

Skyline Painting

Painting of the San Francisco skyline by Daniela Corona. Art was one way interviewees said they coped with quarentine.

Stay at Home Order Enforced

 Sign notifying residents of Capitola, CA that a Stay at Home Order was enforced. Photo taken on July 6, 2020 by Kylie Harrison.