Call For Papers

Deadlines

Abstract submission: 01-12-2017
Decision about papers: 15-12-2017
Final papers: 01-03-2017

 

Please click on a panel below to see the call for papers. We are currently finalizing the call for papers. This means that some panel descriptions will be added in the coming days. Abstract requirements can be found here.

 

List of panels:

Panel 1: Doing Disaster Research Well: Critical Reflections On The Concepts And Methods
Francesc Miralles, James Kendra, Timothy Prior

 

Panel 2: Knowledge Practices, Participation And Accountability In Disaster Governance
Pranav Budhathoki, Nimesh Dhungana, Corinna Frey, Femke Mulder, Kenny Meesters

 

Panel 3: Emergency And Humanitarian Organizations In The European Refugee And Migrant Crisis 2015/16 – Understanding The Interconnectedness Of Responses, Practices, And Processes
Daniel F. Lorenz, Cordula Dittmer

 

Panel 4: Disaster Response Arenas In Fragile Urban Settings
Robert Coates, Gemma Van Der Haar

 

Panel 5: International Disaster Law
Marie Aronsson-Storrier

 

Panel 6: Informed Emergency Response Collaboration – Why, What And How?
Willem Treurniet, Menno Van Duin

 

Panel 7: Aidnography: The Everyday Practices Of Humanitarian Assistance
Faith Cowling, Myfanwy James

 

Panel 8: Managing Public Health Emergencies Through Inter-Organizational Networks
Michel Dückers, Patrick Kenis, Marleen Kraaij-Dirkzwager

 

Panel 9: The Grey Zone – Civil-Military Coordination And Cooperation In Disaster Management
Rasmus Dahlberg, Per Lægreid, Tara Zapp

 

Panel 10: Disaster And The Politics Of Sympathy
Susanna M. Hoffman, Kristoffer Albris, Qiaoyun Zang

 

Panel 11: Health Innovations In Humanitarian Settings
Sneha Krishnan, Deepshikha Purwar

 

Panel 12: Disasters From Above: When Water And Power Kill
Claudia Merli

 

Panel 13: On The Fringes Of Crisis Management
Roine Johansson, Erna Danielsson, Olof Oscarsson

 

Panel 14: Dealing With And Preparing For Floods – Conflicts, Opportunities And Challenges
Cordula Dittmer, Daniel F. Lorenz, Nina Blom Anderson

 

Panel 15: Preparedness 2.0: A Learning Approach To New Emergencies
Marco Zamarian, M. Laura Frigotto, Morten Vendelø , Loris Gaio

 

Panel 16: Producing, Assembling, And Gifting Emergencies: State Capitalism And The Politics Of Disaster In Russia
Anna Kruglova

 

Panel 17: Collaborative Crisis Governance And Management
Evangelia Petridou, Jörgen Sparf

 

Panel 18: Memory And Disasters
Emmanuel Raju

 

Panel 19: An Integrated Approach To Disaster Response Management
Christian Webersik, Jaziar Radianti, Nadia Noori

 

Panel 20: A Critical View On The Term Resilience
Lillian Katarina Stene, Riana Steen

 

Panel 21: The Real Working Of Localization And The Co-Governance Of Humanitarian Aid
Dorothea Hilhorst

 

Panel 22: Open Panel
To Be Determined

 

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