Finished PhD Research Disaster Studies

At Disaster Studies the following candidates have finished their PhD Research:
8 May 2012 Annelies Heijmans: Risky encounters: Institutions and interventions in response to recurrent disasters and conflict
30 January 2012 Maliana Serrano: Strengthening institutions or institutionalising weaknesses? Interactions between aid and local institutions in Huïla Province, Angola
6 December 2011 Hilde van Dijkhorst: Rural realities between crisis and normality; Livelihood strategies in Angola, 1975 - 2008
27 April 2011 Bram Jansen: The Accidental City; Violence, economy and humanitarianism n Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
12 April 2011 Luís Artur: Continuities in Crisis; everyday practices of disaster response and climate change adaptation in Mozambique
26 May 2010 Timmo Gaasbeek: Bridging troubled waters? Everyday inter-ethnic interaction in a context of violent conflict in Kottiyar Pattu, Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
20 June 2008 Mathijs van Leeuwen: Partners in peace: discourses and practices of civil-society peacebuilding
18 March 2008 Jeroen Warner: Flood politics. The contested security of river regulation schemes
9 May 2006 Gerrit Jan van Uffelen: Return after flight; exploring the decision making process of Sudanese war-displaced people by employing an extended version of the theory of reasoned action
16 December 2005 Henk Jan Laats: Hybrid forms of conflict management and social learning in the Department of Cusco, Peru
26 October 2005 Deborah Mulumba: Gender relations, livelihood security and reproductive health among women refugees in Uganda