The Natural Hazards Center New Reads series features recent books, edited volumes, and monographs written by members of our hazards and disaster community. Below you will find the citation information, as well as a brief description of hot-off-the-press publications!
Lucy Easthope. 2018. The Recovery Myth: The Plans and Situated Realities of Post Disaster Response. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
Scott Frickel and James R. Elliott. 2018. Sites Unseen: Uncovering Hidden Hazards in American Cities. New York: Russell Sage Foundation and the American Sociological Association’s Rose Series in Sociology.
Heather Hansen. 2018. Wildfire: On the Front Lines with Station 8. Seattle, WA: Mountaineers Books.
Steve Kroll-Smith. 2018. Recovering Inequality, Hurricane Katrina, the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 and the Aftermath of Disaster. Austin, Texas: The University of Texas Press..
Douglas Paton and Saut Sagala. 2018. Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Environmental, Social and Cultural Aspects. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Pub Ltd.
Ryan Alaniz. 2017. From Strangers to Neighbors: Post-Disaster Resettlement and Community Development in Honduras. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
Gonzalo Bacigalupe, Javier Velasco-Martín, Andrés Rosenberg, and Pedro Berríos. 2017. Social Media for Emergency: Evidence and Recommendations for Disaster Management, Spanish Edition. Santiago, Chile: CIGIDEN.
Heather Beal. 2017. Elephant Wind. Bremerton, WA: Train 4 Safety Press.
Jon Kusler. 2017. Government Liability for Flood Hazards. Windham, ME: Association of State Wetland Managers.
Barbara Lucini. 2017. The Other Side of Resilience to Terrorism: A Portrait of a Resilient-Healthy City. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
Barbara Lucini. 2017. The Other Side of Resilience to Terrorism A Portrait of a Resilient-Healthy City, AG,
Vinod Thomas. 2017. Climate Change and Natural Disasters: Transforming Economies and Policies for a Sustainable Future. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.
Mark VanLandingham. 2017. Weathering Katrina: Culture and Recovery among Vietnamese-Americans. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.
Questions or Updates?
If you are an author of a recent publication or have recommendations for other New Reads to be included on this list, please contact Jennifer Tobin for more information on this new series.