Conversaciones Sobre Lenguas Extranjeras: A Cycle of Interviews to Foreign Language Teaching Specialists in the Southern Cone
As a result of Covid-19, the world as we knew it no longer exists. Our everyday life has changed radically. This pandemic has put the world in lockdown, which, along with the ensuing isolation, has provoked uncertainty and fear about the future. People are eager to communicate with each other and new ways of contacting the world outside the walls of our homes have proliferated. Technology and its multiple online platforms have transformed our geography and landscapes, moulding different scenarios which now allow us to explore novel means to connect so as to retain a sense of community. The pandemic has also blatantly exposed social inequality since a huge sector of the world population has been excluded from these virtual interactions due to lack of technological resources.