2024 Abe Fellows Global Forum, “Beyond Resilience: What Japan Can Teach the World about Disaster”
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Time and Location
February 5th, 5:00pm (EST)
2024 Abe Fellows Global Forum, “Beyond Resilience: What Japan Can Teach the World about Disaster”, features Abe Fellows Daniel Aldrich, Northeastern University; Heejun Chang, Portland State University; Anuradha Mukherji, East Carolina University; Jordan Sand, Georgetown University, and moderated by Mary Alice Haddad, Wesleyan University. Panelists will discuss questions such as how do communities, regions and nations recover from extreme hazards; how can local knowledge impact resilience; what can we learn from the experiences of disaster-ridden nations such as Japan; can that knowledge be leveraged in recovery from conflict? The event is a partnership among the East-West Center in Washington, DC, the Social Science Research Council, and the Japan Foundation, New York.
Dr. Daniel Aldrich, Professor of Politics and Public Policy, Northeastern University
Dr. Heejun Chang, Professor and Chair, Department of Geography, Portland State University
Dr. Mary Alice Haddad, (Moderator and Discussant) John E. Andrus Professor of Government; Director, Office for Faculty and Carter Development, Wesleyan University
Dr. Anuradha Mukherji, Associate Professor of Community and Regional Planning, East Carolina University
Dr. Jordan Sand, Professor of Japanese History, Georgetown University
This event is supported through a JFNY Global Partnership grant.