Latest episode of Talking Humanitarianism!

Intersecting vulnerabilities of humanitarian disasters

Episode four of Talking Humanitarianism is out now!

In this final episode of our mini-series on the intersecting vulnerabilities of humanitarian disasters, Roberto Barrios, Professor of Anthropology at the University of New Orleans shares his experiences conducting research in hurricane affected areas of Honduras with Ekatherina Zhukova, Researcher at Lund University, and explains how his findings question existing models of community resilience.

In this extended episode, Zhukova and Barrios also discuss disasters as moments of community emergence, how communities change over the course of a disaster and the internal and external factors that influence why one community may recover after a disaster and another does not.

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