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Ancestry of victims of 1755 Lisbon earthquake based on tooth morphology 2023 Anthropologischer Anzeiger 80 (1): 101-11
  • Beatriz A. F. Bento
  • Carolina Barroso Flamino
  • Cristiana Palmela Pereira
  • G. Richard Scott
  • Miguel Telles Antunes
  • Rui Santos
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGISCHER-] 0003-5548
Imágenes en disputa: rivalidades devotas contra epidemias, sequías y temblores en Santiago de Chile (siglos XVII y XVIII) 2023 Colonial Latin American review 32 (2): 204-27
  • Josefina Schenke
*H6/KUL [COLONIAL-] 1466-1802
Politics of disaster: eartquake, rehousing, and confronting colonial rule in Accra (Gold Coast/Ghana) 1939-45 2023 Journal of African history 64 (2): 292-305
  • Waseem-Ahmed Bin-Kasim
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 0021-8537
Female-friendly space as an entry point for help-seeking pathways in post-earthquake Nepal: a case study of a gender-based violence in the Dhading district 2023 Studies in Nepali history and society 28 (1): 141-72
  • Masako Tanaka
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
From temporary shelter to bhūkampa ghar (earthquake home): building and dwelling in post-earthquake Alampu, Dolakha 2023 Studies in Nepali history and society 28 (1): 103-39
  • Dipesh Kharel
  • Katsuo Nawa
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
Introduction. Studies on the dynamics of socio-cultural change after the 2015 Nepal Gorkha earthquake by Japan-based researchers 2023 Studies in Nepali history and society 28 (1): 69-72
  • Tatsuro Fujikura
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
Terms of inclusion: notes on Tharu indigenous activism after 2015 2023 Studies in Nepali history and society 28 (1): 173-221
  • Tatsuro Fujikura
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
Women read scriptures: changing religious practice in Hyolmo, before and after the 2015 earthquake 2023 Studies in Nepali history and society 28 (1): 73-102
  • Seika Sato
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
The capacocha of Esmeralda Hill. Textile identity, and ideological relations around the cult of Huantajaya 2023 Boletín del Museo chileno de Arte precolombino 28 (2): 129-47
  • Caroline Nautré
  • Dagmar Bachraty
H6/KE [BOLETIN-] 0716-1530
In memory of future earthquakes: controversial new form and function of a commemorative statue in 1920s Tokyo 2022 Journal of material culture 27 (3): 238-58
  • Janet Borland
H6/KF [JOURNAL-] 1359-1835
Joshua's "long day", the solar eclypse of 1207 BCE and ancient Near Eastern chronology: an alternative view 2022 Cosmos 33-36 (): 253-68
  • John Bimson
  • Nick Thorpe
  • Peter James
  • Pieter Gert Van der Veen
H6/KFO [COSMOS-] 0269-8773
Stone rain: the strange case of nuclear folklore in Iran’s post-1979 revolution major earthquakes 2022 Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 15 (1): 19-39
  • Leila Papoli-Yazdi
H6/KH [TIME-] 1751-696X
The Haitian zombie motif: the banality of antiblack violence 2022 Journal of visual culture 21 (2): 255-76
  • Darlène Dubuisson
H6/KF [JOURNAL-] 1470-4129
The seismic colony: earthquakes, empire and technology in Russian-ruled Turkestan, 1887-1911 2022 Central Asian survey 41 (2): 322-46
  • Taylor C. Zajicek
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-] 0263-4937
Continuity and change 10 years after 3.11: processes and dynamics in state-society relations 2022 Contemporary Japan 34 (2): 127-35
  • Anna Wiemann
  • Florentine Koppenborg
  • Tobias Weiss
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-] 1869-2729
Radiation moms' organizational survival for a decade: a shift from advocacy to non-advocacy activities 2022 Contemporary Japan 34 (2): 136-56
  • Ayaka Löschke
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-] 1869-2729
Left-libertarian values and post-Fukushima social movements: analyzing newcomers to protests in Japan 2022 Contemporary Japan 34 (2): 157-86
  • Keiichi Satoh
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-] 1869-2729
Japan's Disaster Memorial Museums and framing 3.11: othering the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in cultural memory 2022 Contemporary Japan 34 (2): 187-209
  • Elizabeth Maly
  • Julia Gerster
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-] 1869-2729
Valuing community workers in global mental health: critical ethnography of a psychosocial intervention in post-earthquake Nepal 2022 Studies in Nepali history and society 27 (2): 317-52
  • Dristy Gurung
  • Kripa Sidgel
  • Liana Chase
  • Parbati Shrestha
  • Suja Shrestha
  • Sunita Rumba
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
Evaluation of the impacts of identity and collective memory on social resilience at neighborhood level using grounded theory 2022 Space and culture 25 (4): 565-85
  • Fereshteh Aslani
  • Kambod Amini Hosseini
H6 [SPACE-] 1206-3312
To touch, to hear, to feel: Can ethnography dissolve the narrations of fear? 2022 Etnološka tribina 45 (52): 39-54
  • Renata Jambrešić Kirin
H6/KVP [ETNOLOSKA-] 0351-1944
Disaster, subjecthood, and empathic listening 2022 Etnološka tribina 45 (52): 55-8
  • Katherine Borland
H6/KVP [ETNOLOSKA-] 0351-1944
How to detect an earthquake’s emancipatory aftershocks? 2022 Etnološka tribina 45 (52): 58-62
  • Stef Jansen
H6/KVP [ETNOLOSKA-] 0351-1944
Discussion: on the article by Renata Jambrešić Kirin, 'To touch, to hear, to feel' 2022 Etnološka tribina 45 (52): 66-70
  • Sanja Lončar
H6/KVP [ETNOLOSKA-] 0351-1944
Reply to K Borland's, S Jansen's, J Marković's, S Lončar's comments on 'To touch, to hear, to feel: Can ethnography dissolve the narrations of fear?' 2022 Etnološka tribina 45 (52): 71-80
  • Renata Jambrešić Kirin
H6/KVP [ETNOLOSKA-] 0351-1944
Collective action and reconstruction of the housing stock in Mexico City: approaches stemming from the earthquake of September 19, 2017 2021 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología (45): 151-75
  • Natalia Fernanda Ponce Arancibia
H6/KUL [REVISTA-] 0124-485X
Jyddha Shamsher and the 1934 earthquake 2021 Studies in Nepali history and society 26 (1): 3-33
  • John Whelpton
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
This must be the place: partnerships for disaster preparedness in San José's historical Japantown 2021 Practicing anthropology 43 (4): 23-30
  • A.J. Faas
  • Jim McClure
  • Rich Saito
qH6 [PRACTICING-] 0888-4552
Japantown prepared and organizational studies: campus-community partnerships for disaster preparedness 2021 Practicing anthropology 43 (4): 31-7
  • A.J. Faas
  • Cheryl Cowan
  • Johnny Mguyen
  • Kalyn Mumma
qH6 [PRACTICING-] 0888-4552
Building community-level disaster preparedness through small business corporate social responsibility and social marketing 2021 Practicing anthropology 43 (4): 38-42
  • A.J. Faas
  • Ashkan Ghasemian
  • Cheryl Cowan
  • Jennifer Sánchez-Cortes
  • Mateen Tabrizi
qH6 [PRACTICING-] 0888-4552
Crying 'crying wolf': how misfires and Mexican engineering expertise are made meaningful 2020 Ethnos 85 (2): 335-50
  • Elizabeth Reddy
H6 [ETHNOS-] 0014-1844
Experiments in scale: humanitarian psychiatry in post-disaster Turkey 2020 Medical anthropology 39 (5): 398-412
  • Christopher T. Dole
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-] 0145-9740
Managing risk in uncertain times 2020 Ethnos 85 (3): 423-34
  • Patrick Guinness
H6 [ETHNOS-] 1469-588X
Intangible cultural heritage safeguarding in times of crisis. A case study of the Chinese ethnic Qiang's 'cultural reconstruction' after the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake 2020 Asian ethnology 79 (1): 91-113
  • Qiaoyun Zhang
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-] 1882-6865
19S: the struggle for a nondiscriminatory, dignified and safe reconstruction. An organized response to public policy regarding post-seismic urban reconstruction in Mexico City 2020 Runa: archivo para la ciencias del hombre 41 (2): 161-84
  • Victor Hugo Villanueva Gutierrez
0325-1217
Female fashion, divine punishment, and local pride in the accounts of the 1698 Ambato earthquake 2020 Colonial Latin American review 29 (4): 554-71
  • Catalina Andrango-Walker
*H6/KUL [COLONIAL-] 1466-1802
Evacuees and migrants exhibit different migration systems after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami 2020 Demography 57 (4): 1437-57
  • Mathew E. Hauer
  • Steven R. Holloway
  • Takashi Oda
1533-7790
The work of disaster: building bach otherwise in post-earthquake Nepal 2020 Cultural anthropology 35 (2): 237-63
  • Aidan Seale-Feldman
H6 [CULTURAL-] 0886-7356
Reconstruction urbanism in San Juan, Tumaco, and Bogotá. Projects, experts and politics, 1944-1950 2020 Iberoamericana 20 (74): 35-55
  • Diego Arango López
H6/KUL [IBEROAMERICANA-] 1577-3388
Forgetfulness without memory: reconstruction, landscape, and the politics of the everyday in post-earthquake Gujarat, India 2020 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 26 (4): 786-804
  • Edward Simpson
H6 [JOURNAL-] 1359-0987
Icelandic resource landscapes and the state. Experiments in energy, capital, and aluminium 2020 Anthropological journal of European cultures 29 (1): 20-41
  • James Maguire
*H6/KF [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-] 1755-2923
Narrating disasters: the complexities of citizenship and belonging in times of crisis 2020 Studies in Nepali history and society 25 (1): 143-73
  • Nadine Plachta
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
The production of locality through debris and a festival: aftermath of the Gorkha earthquake in the Kathmandu Valley 2020 Studies in Nepali history and society 25 (2): 353-83
  • Sanae Ito
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
Virtual earthquakes and real-world survival in Japan's Disaster Report video game 2019 Journal of Asian studies 78 (1): 95-114
  • Ben Whaley
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-] 0021-9118
Reconstruction of machizukuri and negotiating safety in post-3.11 community recovery in Yamamoto 2019 Contemporary Japan 31 (1): 40-60
  • Pilvi Posio
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-] 1869-2729
Gaṇatara smārak (republic memorial): the politics of memory 2019 Studies in Nepali history and society 24 (1): 171-216
  • Bryony Whitmarsh
*H6/KWL [STUDIES-] 1025-5109
El impacto de los sismos de 2017 en las zonas arqueológicas mexicana 2019 Arqueología mexicana 27 (159): 85-9
  • Pedro Francisco Sánchez Nava
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-] 0188-8218
"We're looking out through a window to a field of weeds and sand and stones": the Stadium Broadcast, a radio memorial 2019 Space and culture 22 (4): 357-68
  • Zita Joyce
H6 [SPACE-] 1206-3312
Damage from the earthquake in northern Osaka and countermeasures: case study of storage at the National Museum of Ethnology 2019 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 44 (1): 1-51
  • Naoko Sonoda
H6 [OSAKA-] 0385-180X
Recovery activities of National Museum of Ethnology damaged by the earthquake with epicenter in the northern part of Osaka prefecture 2019 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 44 (1): 53-127
  • Shingo Hidaka
H6 [OSAKA-] 0385-180X