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February 20, 2021

Longitudinal and Life Course Studies would like to assemble contributions on the theme:

Natural disasters and life course consequences in a time of pandemic. The editors welcome contributions using evidence from COVID-19 and other natural disasters such as climate change, and papers paying specific attention to racial and other inequalities in their impact. It is expected that the papers will be able to mobilize some form of longitudinal evidence about the experience of such contexts. The aim is to publish at least one special issue of the journal in 2022.

In the first instance, please submit abstracts of 200-500 words by March 31st, 2021 to the journal office (sjeal@slls.org.uk). The full papers, to be selected from these abstracts, should be no more than 7,000 words in length, and should be ready for submission to peer review by the journal by June 30th, 2021. The abstract should include a title, names and affiliations of authors, and should make it clear what longitudinal evidence it is proposed to use.