With much of the world still in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic, one thing is certain—in ways large and small, there is no return to a previous “normal.” In the early months of the crisis, we have seen examples of both new solidarities and self-interest. While everyone is adjusting to new risks, vulnerabilities have fallen most heavily on the already vulnerable. Will responses to the crisis alleviate inequalities or reinforce them? In the essays below, scholars reflect on the wide-ranging effects of the pandemic in all corners of society, and consider what might come after.