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Afterward: Preparing for Uncertainties
The Annals of Anthropological Practice (2016)
  • Tess Kulstad, Grinnell College
  • A. J. Faas, San Jose State University
Abstract
As the frequency and intensity of disasters increase around the world in the context of a changing climate, the likelihood that disasters will impact anthropological field sites increases. Therefore, disasters will increasingly become an expected component of anthropological work. In this article, the authors discuss the ways in which risk, hazards, and disasters will change anthropological research, practices, and methodologies as a whole.
Disciplines
Publication Date
2016
DOI
10.1111/napa.12091
Citation Information
Tess Kulstad and A. J. Faas. "Afterward: Preparing for Uncertainties" The Annals of Anthropological Practice Vol. 40 Iss. 1 (2016) p. 98 - 105
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/aj_faas/17/