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Displaced : life in the Katrina diaspora

Author: Lynn Weber; Lori A Peek; Social science research council (États-Unis). Research network on persons displaced by Hurricane Katrina,
Publisher: Austin (TX) : University of Texas Press, 2012.
Series: Katrina bookshelf.
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A moving ethnographic account of Hurricane Katrina survivors rebuilding their lives away from the Gulf Coast


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lynn Weber; Lori A Peek; Social science research council (États-Unis). Research network on persons displaced by Hurricane Katrina,
ISBN: 9780292735774 0292735774 9780292737648 0292737645
OCLC Number: 835234901
Description: 1 vol. (xiii-268 p.) : cartes. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword by Bonnie Thornton DillAcknowledgments1. Documenting Displacement: An Introduction, Lynn Weber and Lori Peek2. The Research Network, Lynn WeberSection I. Receiving Communities and Persons Displaced by Hurricane KatrinaIntroduction by Lee M. Miller3. They Call It "Katrina Fatigue": Displaced Families and Discrimination in Colorado, Lori Peek4. The Basement of Extreme Poverty: Katrina Survivors and Poverty ProgramsLaura Lein, Ron Angel, Julie Beausoleil, and Holly Bell5. Living through Displacement: Housing Insecurity among Low-Income Evacuees, Jessica W. Pardee6. When Demand Exceeds Supply: Disaster Response and the Southern Political Economy, Lynn Weber7. Katrina Evacuee Reception in Rural East Texas: Rethinking Disaster "Recovery", Lee M. Miller8. Permanent Temporariness: Displaced Children in Louisiana, Alice Fothergill and Lori PeekSection II. Social Networks among Katrina's DisplacedIntroduction by Jacquelyn Litt9. Help from Family, Friends, and Strangers during Hurricane Katrina: Finding the Limits of Social Networks, Elizabeth Fussell10. "We need to get together with each other": Women's Narratives of Help in Katrina's Displacement, Jacquelyn Litt11. The Women of Renaissance Village: From Homes in New Orleans to a Trailer Park in Baker, Louisiana, Beverly J. Mason12. Twice Removed: New Orleans Garifuna in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina, Cynthia Garza13. After the Flood: Faith in the Diaspora, Pamela JenkinsSection III. Charting a Path ForwardIntroduction by Lynn Weber14. Community Organizing in the Katrina Diaspora: Race, Gender, and the Case of the People's Hurricane Relief Fund, Rachel E. LuftAuthor BiosIndex
Series Title: Katrina bookshelf.
Responsibility: edited by Lynn Weber and Lori Peek ; with Social Science Research Council Research Network on Persons Displaced by Hurricane Katrina.


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