Teaching Katrina

Rose Weitz, who works in the sociology of gender and sociology of medicine at Arizona State University, has compiled a set of discussions and data about the sociological aspects of Hurricane Katrina. The site is still in development, and she welcome additions.

Update: Via Mathieu Deflem come a couple more links on sociological elements of disasters, from the American Sociological Association and the Social Science Research Council.

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