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Katrina's Imprint

Race and Vulnerability in America

by Keith Wailoo(ed.) ; Keith Wailoo(other) ; Karen M. O'Neill(ed.) ; Karen M. O'Neill(other) ; Jeffrey Dowd(ed.) ; Jeffrey Dowd(other) ; Roland Anglin(ed.) ; John Aiello(contrib.) ; Mia Bay(contrib.) ; Nancy Boyd-Franklin(contrib.) ; Niki Dickerson(contrib.) ; Ann Fabian(contrib.) ; Richard Mizelle(contrib.) ; William Rodgers(contrib.) ; Evie Shockley(contrib.) ; Lyra Stein(contrib.) ; David Troutt(contrib.)
Katrina's Imprint by Keith Wailoo
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Katrina's Imprint highlights the power of this sentinel American event and its continuing reverberations in contemporary politics, culture, and public policy. Published on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the multidisciplinary volume reflects on how history, location, access to transportation, health care, and social position feed resilience, recovery, and prospects for the future of New Orleans and the Gulf region. Essays examine the intersecting vulnerabilities that gave rise to the disaster, explore the cultural and psychic legacies of the storm, reveal how the process of rebuilding and starting over replicates past vulnerabilities, and analyze Katrina's imprint alongside American's myths of self-sufficiency. A case study of new weaknesses that have emerged in our era, this book offers an argument for why we cannot wait for the next disaster before we apply the lessons that should be learned from Katrina.
Rutgers University Press; June 2010
221 pages; ISBN 9780813549781
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Title: Katrina's Imprint
Author: Keith Wailoo; Keith Wailoo; Karen M. O'Neill; Karen M. O'Neill; Jeffrey Dowd; Jeffrey Dowd; Roland Anglin; John Aiello; Mia Bay; Nancy Boyd-Franklin; Niki Dickerson; Ann Fabian; Richard Mizelle; William Rodgers; Evie Shockley; Lyra Stein; David Troutt
 
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0813549787
9780813547732
9780813549781