The crises of the past year have often led to feelings of hope and hopelessness. From hopes about the success of mass vaccination to hopes about social and political changes, COVID-19 has tested our hopes and dreams to the limit.
This semester, Retrospect is encouraging our writers to reflect on hope in our next print issue: “Histories of Hope.” Looking for pieces that dwell on the importance of hope across time, we are asking: how has hope been conceptualised by different groups? What have people in the past hoped and dreamed for? When have hopes been dashed and how has this impacted individuals and societies?
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