Check it out: CA Hotspots Collection on 2015 Earthquakes in Nepal

Screenshot of the Cultural Anthropology Hotspots collection, "Aftershocked: Reflections on the 2015 Earthquakes in Nepal"

Screenshot of the Cultural Anthropology Hotspots collection, “Aftershocked: Reflections on the 2015 Earthquakes in Nepal

I am pleased to announce a new open access Cultural Anthropology Hot Spots forum, featuring essays from Nepal-focused social scientists addressing the socio-cultural nuance and historical context necessary to rebuild Nepal after it’s devastating series of earthquakes in the spring of 2015.

Posts in This Series

Introduction: Aftershocked

Langtang

The Question of Locality in Rupture

Can Nepal’s Youth Build Back Better and Differently?

The Photographed Gift: Participation, Relief Efforts, and Social Media

Heritage, Continuity, and Nostalgia

Digging for Dalit: Social Justice and an Inclusive Anthropology of Nepal

Tamsaling and the Toll of the Gorkha Earthquake

“We Need an Even Bigger One”: Disasters of Inequality in Postquake Kathmandu Valley

The Damage Done and the Dams to Come

Mental Health after the Earthquake: Building Nepal’s Mental Health System in Times of Emergency

Situating the Earthquake in the Politics of Feudal Bureaucracy

Dots on the Map: Anthropological Locations and Responses to Nepal’s Earthquakes

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