Far From My Hospital Bed Reflections on the Pandemic and Society

Teresita Cruz del Rosario
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Far From My Hospital Bed is a collection of non-fiction essays that were assembled over two years, starting from the author’s twenty-five day stay in a Singapore hospital recovering from COVID-19. It is a book that is part story-telling, part autobiography, part meditation, part memory, part history, part sociology,
and part manifesto.
There are many tones in each of the essays: sorrow, grief, fear, anxiety, enthusiasm, admiration, celebration, remembrance, humour, sarcasm, admonishment. There are chapters on gardens, noodles, toilet paper, God, Twiggy, sex, Zoom, and the Apocalypse.
Finally, this book is big on hope for a redemptive future for humanity and a plea to remake our world.

About the Author

Dr Teresita Cruz-del Rosario was formerly Visiting Associate Professor at the New York University in Abu Dhabi and also at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. She is currently affiliated with the Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore where she is a research associate.

She has a background in Sociology, Social Anthropology and Public Administration from Boston College, New York University, Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences.


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