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  1. Essential Reading 2 items
    1. The resilient city: how modern cities recover from disaster - Lawrence J. Vale, Thomas J. Campanella 2005

      Book essential You will be expected to have read this book by the end of the course.

    2. The Oxford Handbook of Cities in World History - Peter Clark 2013

      Book essential An essential point of reference. You will not necessarily need to read it from cover to cover, but you must use it as regularly as possible.

  2. General Bibliography 112 items
    1. Hurricane Katrina in transatlantic perspective - Romain Huret, Randy J. Sparks 2014

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    2. Rubble: the afterlife of destruction - Gastón Gordillo 2014

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    3. Strong in the Rain: Surviving Japan's Earthquake, Tsunami, and Fukushima Nuclear Disaster - Lucy Birmingham, David McNeill 2012

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    4. Haiti: the aftershocks of history - Laurent Dubois 2013, c2012

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    5. Power at ground zero: politics, money, and the remaking of lower Manhattan - Lynne B. Sagalyn 2016

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    6. Rebuilding Mostar: urban reconstruction in a war zone - John R. Yarwood, Andreas Seebacher, Niels Strufe, Hedwig Wolfram 1999

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    7. Ruin nation: destruction and the American Civil War - Megan Kate Nelson c2012 (electronic resource)

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    8. Rebuilding urban Japan after 1945 2003

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    9. Rebuilding Urban Places After Disaster, lessons from Hurricane Katrina - S. M Birch, E L and Wachter

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    10. The Everyday Resilience of the City: How Cities Respond to Terrorism and Disaster - Jon Coaffee, David Murakami Wood, Peter Rogers 2008

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    11. Geographies of New Orleans: urban fabrics before the storm - Richard Campanella, University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Center for Louisiana Studies 2006

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    12. Urbanization in history: a process of dynamic interaction - A. M. van der Woude, Akira Hayami, Jan De Vries 1990

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    13. Segregation: a global history of divided cities - Carl Husemoller Nightingale 2015

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    14. Another global city - Pierre-Yves Saunier, Shane Ewen 2008 (electronic resource)

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    15. Cities in Civilization: culture, innovation, and urban order - Peter Hall 1998

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    16. The Transformation of the World: A Global History of the Nineteenth Century - Jeurgen Osterhammel 2014

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    17. What is urban history? - Shane Ewen 2016

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    18. La ville-martyre: guerre, tourisme et mémoire en ex-Yougoslavie - Patrick Naef 2016

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    19. The Angry Earth: Disaster in Anthropological Perspective - Susanna Hoffman, Anthony Oliver-Smith 1999

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    20. Ashes and granite: destruction and reconstruction in the Spanish Civil War and its aftermath - Olivia Muñoz-Rojas 2011

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    21. Social-Ecological Resilience to Coastal Disasters - W. Neil Adger, Terry P. Hughes, Carl Folke, Stephen R. Carpenter 2005

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    22. Living in the world risk society - Ulrich Beck 2006

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    23. Planning for Postdisaster Resiliency - Philip R. Berke, Thomas J. Campanella 2006

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    24. Aftershocks: earthquakes and popular politics in Latin America - Jürgen Buchenau, Lyman L. Johnson 2009

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    25. Introduction to Urbicide: The Killing of Cities? - David Campbell, Stephen Graham, Daniel Bertrand Monk 2007

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    26. 'Urbicide' Reconsidered - Martin. Coward 2007

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    27. On risk and disaster: lessons from Hurricane Katrina - Ronald J. Daniels, Donald F. Kettl, Howard Kunreuther 2006

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    28. Ecology of fear: Los Angeles and the imagination of disaster - Mike Davis 1999

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    29. A new species of trouble: the human experience of modern disasters - Kai T. Erikson 1995, ©1994

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    30. Disaster disparities and differential recovery in New Orleans - Christina Finch, Christopher T. Emrich, Susan L. Cutter 2010

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    31. Reconstruction following disaster - J. Eugene Haas, Robert W. Kates, Martyn J. Bowden c1977

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    32. Introduction: Post-Catastrophic Cities - Martin Kohlrausch, Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann 2011

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    33. The political economy of hazards and disasters - Eric C. Jones, Arthur D. Murphy 2009

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    34. Population resettlement in international conflicts: a comparative study - Arie Marcelo Kacowicz, Pawel Lutomski ©2007

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    35. Reconstructing community, recreating boundaries: identity politics and production of social space in post-war Vukovar - Kruno Kardov, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Program on East European Cultures and Societies ©2006

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    36. Reconstruction of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: A Research Perspective - R. W. Kates, C. E. Colten, S. Laska, S. P. Leatherman 2006

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    37. Crisis - Reinhart Koselleck, Michaela W. Richter 2006

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    38. Unsettling Europe - Jane Kramer 1981, ©1980

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    39. Cities, Environments, and European History - G. Massard-Guilbaud, P. Thorsheim 2007

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    40. Lemberg, Lwów, L'viv, 1914-1947: violence and ethnicity in a contested city - Christoph Mick 2016

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    41. Post-War Resettlement and Urban Reconstruction: A case study of Khorram-Shahr, Iran - S. M. Mirisaee, M. A Ibrahim, A. Faizah 2015

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    42. Disaster and Recovery: Processes Compressed in Time - Robert B. Olshansky, Lewis D. Hopkins, Laurie A. Johnson 2012

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    43. The big show in Bololand: the American relief expedition to Soviet Russia in the famine of 1921 - Bertrand M. Patenaude 2002

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    44. What is a disaster?: new answers to old questions - Ronald W. Perry, E. L. Quarantelli c2005

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    45. Community reconstruction after an earthquake: dialectical sociology in action - Ino Rossi 1993

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    46. Wounded cities: destruction and reconstruction in a globalized world - Jane Schneider, Ida Susser 2003

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    47. Tokyo rising: the city since the great earthquake - Edward Seidensticker 1991

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    48. Reconstructing Europe after the Great War - Dan P. Silverman 1982

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    49. A paradise built in hell: the extraordinary communities that arise in disasters - Rebecca Solnit 2009

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    50. Historians and "Crisis" - Randolph Starn 1971

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    51. Earthquakes in human history: the far-reaching effects of seismic disruptions - Jelle Zeilinga de Boer, Donald Theodore Sanders 2007

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