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Thursday, April 5 • 1:30pm - 2:55pm
TH1.30.13 Understanding Resilience in the Face of Extreme Events

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Advocacy and Collaborative Planning in Post-Disaster Resettlement: A Case of Lapindo Mudflow Disaster in Indonesia 
Asrizal Luthfi, University of Hawai'i

The Evacuation Camp as a Paradoxical Space for Women 
Christine Gibb, University of Toronto

Urban Extreme Climate Impacts Recovery and Resiliency: The “Whole community” Approach 
Juia Nevarez, Kean University

Historiography of Insurgent Planning in Informal Settlements. Post-disaster Reconstruction in the Midst of War in Medellin-Colombia 
Diana Benjumea, University of Nottingham; Peter Rutherford, University of Nottingham; John Chilton, University of Nottingham

Does Experience of Climate-induced Events Shape Perceived Images of Climate Change? Evidence From Lagos, Nigeria 
Vincent Kuuire, University of Toronto Mississauga; Idowu Ajibade, Portland State University; Gordon McBean, Western University; Gordon McBean, Western University

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Julia Nevarez

Sociology Coordinator, Kean University
Dr. Julia Nevarez’s research interests focus on urban issues, urban development, public space and technoculture. Her interdisciplinary approach to urban living is evident in her written work with chapters in books about public space and globalization in Central Park; large video... Read More →


Thursday April 5, 2018 1:30pm - 2:55pm EDT
Maple East (Mezzanine Floor)