Rebuilding After the 2005 Hurricane Season

Birch, Eugenie L., and Susan M. Wachter. Rebuilding Urban Places After Disaster: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina. Illustrated edition. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006.  

Breunlin, Rachel, and Helen A. Regis. “Putting the Ninth Ward on the Map: Race, Place, and Transformation in Desire, New Orleans.” American Anthropologist 108, no. 4 (December 2006): 744-764.  

Building After Katrina: Visions for the Gulf Coast. 1st ed. Urgent matters v. 2. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia School of Architecture, 2007.  

Bullard, Robert D., and Beverly Wright. Race, Place, and Environmental Justice After Hurricane Katrina: Struggles to Reclaim, Rebuild, and Revitalize New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. 1st ed. Westview Press, 2009.  

Bullard, Robert D., and Beverly H. Wright. “Black New Orleans: Before and After Hurricane Katrina.” In The Black Metropolis in the Twenty-First Century: Race, Power, and Politics, 173-197. Rowman & Littlefield, 2007.  

Campanella, Thomas J. “Recovering New Orleans.” In Planetizen Contemporary Debates in Urban PLanning, 110-116. Island Press, 2007.  

Dutch Dialogues: New Orleans–Netherlands: Common Challenges in Urbanized Deltas. Amsterdam: SUN, 2009.  

Frey, William, Audrey Singer, and David Park. “Resettling New Orleans: The First Full Picture from the Census.” Brookings Institution, n.d.

Gilderbloom, John Ingram. Invisible City: Poverty, Housing, and New Urbanism. 1st ed. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2008.  

“Katrina Research Project on Equity,” n.d.

Leslie, Jennifer R, Tulane University, and Tulane University. “Rebuilding Equitably for Women: A Feminist Urban Case-Study of New Orleans,” 2008.

Logan, John R. Population Displacement and Post-Katrina Politics: The New Orleans Mayoral Race, 2006. Report, 2006.

———. The Impact of Katrina: Race and Class in Storm-Damaged Neighborhoods, n.d.

Lowe, Jeffrey S., and Todd C. Shaw. “After Katrina: Racial Regimes and Human Development Barriers in the Gulf Coast Region.” American Quarterly 61, no. 3 (2009): 803-827.  

Luft, Rachel E. “Beyond Disaster Exceptionalism: Social Movement Developments in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.” American Quarterly 61, no. 3 (2009): 499-527.  

Michna, Catherine. “Stories at the Center: Story Circles, Educational Organizing, and the Fate of Neighborhood Public Schools in New Orleans.” American Quarterly 61, no. 3 (2009).  

Michna, Catherine. “A New New Urbanism for a New New Orleans.” American Quarterly 58, no. 4 (2006): 1207-1216.  

Pagan, Nicole. “Denaturalizing Disaster: Teaching Comparatively on New Orleans and Detroit.” Radical Teacher 87 (2010): 28-36.  

Rose, Chris. 1 Dead in Attic: After Katrina. Simon & Schuster, 2007.  

The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind: Schooling Context, Professional Preparation, and Community Politics. New York: Peter Lang, 2007.  

The Repopulation of New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Gulf States Policy Institute, 2006.  

The Resilient City: How Modern Cities Recover from Disaster. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.  

The Road Home Housing Program Action Plan Amendment for Disaster Recovery Funds, 2006.

Times-Picayune, The. Katrina: The Ruin and Recovery of New Orleans. Spotlight Press, 2006.  

“United Teachers of New Orleans – No Experience Necessary,” Fall 2007.

What Is a City?: Rethinking the Urban After Hurricane Katrina. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2008.  

Woods, Clyde. “Les Miserables of New Orleans: Trap Economics and the Asset Stripping Blues, Part 1.” American Quarterly 61, no. 3 (Fall 2009): 769-796.