Publications: Journal Articles
Brown, Bethany L., Pamela Jenkins, Tricia Wachtendorf. 2010. “Shelter in the Storm:
A Battered Women’s Shelter and Catastrophe.” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disaster, Special Issue on Gender 28(2):226-245.
Burley, David, Traber Davis, Pamela Jenkins, and Shirley B. Laska. 2004. “Losing Ground
in South Louisiana.” Contexts 3(2):50-57.
Burley, David, Pamela Jenkins, Joanne Darlington and Brian Azcona. Summer 2005. “Loss,
Attachment and Place: A Case Study of Grand Isle, Louisiana.” Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 5(3).
Burley, David, Pamela Jenkins, Shirley Laska and Traber Davis. 2007. "Place Attachment
and Environmental Change in Coastal Louisiana." Organization & Environment 20(3):347-366.
Colten, Craig E., Robert W. Kates and Shirley B. Laska. September 2008. “Three Years
after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience.” Environment 50(5):36-47.
Comfort, L. K., T. A. Birkland, B.A. Cigler, and Earthea Nance. 2010. "Retrospectives
and Perspectives on Hurricane Katrina: Five Years and Counting." Public Administration Review 70:669-678.
Day, John W. Jr., Donald F. Boesch, Ellis J. Clairain, G. Paul Kemp, Shirley B. Laska,
William J. Mitsch, Kenneth Orth, Hassan Mashriqui, Denise R. Reed, Leonard Shabman,
Charles A. Simenstad, Bill Streever, Robert R. Twilley, Chester C. Watson, John T.
Wells, Dennis F. Whigham. March 2007. “Restoration of the Mississippi Delta: Lessons
From Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.” Science 315(5819):1679-1684.
Farris, Monica Teets, Shirley Laska, Michael Wesley and Robert Sternhell. 2006. “Successful
Application of GIS Technology for Post-9/11 Disaster Management: Overcoming Challenges,
Capitalizing on Advantages.” International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management 6(4/5/6):423-439.
Freudenburg, William R., Robert Gramling, Shirley Laska and Kai Erikson. September-October
2007. “Katrina: Unlearned Lessons.” Worldwatch 20(5):14-19.
Freudenburg, William R., Robert Gramling, Shirley Laska and Kai Erikson. 2009. "Disproportionality
and Disaster: Hurricane Katrina and the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet” Social Science Quarterly 90(3):497-515.
Freudenburg, William R., Robert Gramling, Shirley Laska and Kai Erikson. December
2009. “Organizing Hazards, Engineering Disasters: Improving the Recognition of Political-Economic
Factors in the Creation of Disasters.” Social Forces 87(2):1015-1038.
Gilderbloom, John I., Matthew J. Hanka, and Carrie Beth Lasley. 2009. “Amsterdam:
Planning and Policy for the Ideal City?” Local Environment 14(6):473-493.
Jenkins, Pamela and Branda Nowell. September 2010. "Humanistic Perspectives on the
Policy and Praxis of Disaster Management: Reflections on Freire and Recovery Post
Katrina." Administrative Theory and Praxis 32(3):431-437. Jenkins, Pamela and Brenda Phillips. Fall 2008. “When Catastrophe
Strikes (Battered) Women: Domestic Violence in the Context of Disaster." National Women’s Studies Journal, Special Issue on Katrina 20(3):49-68.
Jenkins, P, Lambeth, T., Mosby, K., & Brown, B. (2015). Local Nonprofit Organizations
in a Post-Katrina Landscape: Help in a Context of Recovery, American Behavioral Scientist.
Jenkins, Pamela, John Renne, and John Kiefer. 2011. "Gender Differences in Self-Reported
Evacuation Experiences: An Analysis of the City Assisted Evacuation Program During
Hurricane Gustav." Transportation Research Board,Women's Issues in Transportation 2(46):127-133. Jenkins, Pamela, Shirley Laska and Gretchen Williamson. 2007. “Connecting
Future Evacuation to Current Recovery: Saving the Lives of Older People in the Next
Catastrophe.” Generations 31(4):49-52.
Kates, R.W., C.E. Colten, S. Laska and S.P. Leatherman. 2006. “Reconstruction of
New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: A Research Perspective. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(40):14653-14660. Reprinted in Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development & Research (2007) 9(3):5-22.
Kiefer, John, Monica Farris and Natalie Durel. 2006. “Building Internal Capacity for
Community Disaster Resiliency by Using a Collaborative Approach: A Case Study of the
University of New Orleans Disaster Resistant University Project.” Journal of Emergency Management 4(2):24-28.
Kiefer, John and Robert Montjoy. December 2006. “Incrementalism before the Storm:
Network Performance for the Evacuation of New Orleans.” Public Administration Review, Special Issue 66:122-130.
Krajeski, Richard and Kristina J. Peterson. 1999. “But She Is a Woman and This Is
a Man’s Job: Lessons for Participatory Research and Participatory Recovery.” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 17(1):123-130.
Kroll-Smith, Steve, Pam Jenkins and Vern Baxter. Fall 2007. “The Bricoleur and the
Possibility of Rescue: First Responders to the Flooding of New Orleans.” Journal of Public Management and Social Policy 13(2):5-21.
Laska, Shirley. 2008. “’Mother of Rorschachs’: New Orleans Recovery from Hurricane
Katrina.” Sociological Inquiry 78(4):580-591.
Laska, Shirley. November 2004. “What if Hurricane Ivan Had Not Missed New Orleans?”
Natural Hazards Observer 29(2):5-6.
Laska, Shirley, George Woodell, Ronald Hagelman, Robert Gramling, Monica Teets Farris,
with the assistance of Windell Curole, Becky Boudreaux, Traber Davis and William Kappel.
2005. “At Risk: The Human, Community and Infrastructure Resources of Coastal Louisiana.”
Journal of Coastal Research (44):90-111.
Laska, Shirley. November 2006. “Respect for Nature as Cornerstone to Community Resiliency:
The View from Katrina Ground Zero.” Natural Hazards Observer 31(2):14-15.
Laska, Shirley and Betty Morrow. 2006. “Social Vulnerabilities and Hurricane Katrina:
An Unnatural Disaster in New Orleans.” Journal of the Marine Technology Society 40(4):16-26.
Lasley, Carrie Beth. 2008. “Creating an Environmentally Just Park System in Louisville,
Kentucky.” Projections 8:134-155.
Leavitt, William and John Kiefer. 2006. “Infrastructure Interdependency and the Creation
of a Normal Disaster: The Case Of Hurricane Katrina And The City Of New Orleans.”
Public Works Management and Policy 10(4):306-314.
Mattei, Norma Jean. Winter 2006. “Rebuilding Metro New Orleans After Katrina: Louisiana's
New Statewide Building Code.” Means, Methods, and Trends. Nance, Earthea. 2005. “Multi-stakeholder Evaluation of Condominial Sewer Services.”
American Journal of Evaluation 26(4):480-500.
Nance, Earthea and Leonard Ortolano. 2007. “Community Participation in Urban Sanitation:
Experiences in Northeastern Brazil.” Journal of Planning Education and Research 26:284-300.
Nance, Earthea. 2009. “Responding to Risk: The Making of Hazard Mitigation Strategy
in Post-Katrina New Orleans.” Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education. 141(1):21-30.
Nance, Earthea. Fall 2010. "Reforming Mitigation Programs: A New Orleans Case Analysis."
The Public Manager 39(3):32-37.
Nelson, M., R. Ehrenfeucht and S. Laska. 2007. “Planning, Plans, and People: Professional
Expertise, Local Knowledge, and Governmental Action in Post-Hurricane Katrina New
Orleans.” Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development & Research 9(3):23-53.
Renne, John, Thomas Sanchez, Pam Jenkins and Robert Peterson. 2009.“The Challenge
of Evacuating the Carless in Five Major U.S. Cities Identifying the Key Issues Being
Faced.” Transportation Research Record (TRR): Journal of Transportation Research Board 2119:36-44.
Simpson, David M., Carrie Beth Lasley, Terry A. Wiegel, and Thomas D. Rockaway. 2010.
“Understanding Critical Infrastructure Failure: Examining the Experience of Biloxi
and Gulfport, Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina.” International Journal of Critical Infrastructures 6(3):246-276.
West, Jonathan, and Kristina Peterson. 2009. “Reflective Learning from Project Failure
in a University/Agency/Community Partnership.” Practicing Anthropology 31(4):33-37.
West, Jonathan, Kristina Peterson, Michelle Alcina and Shirley Laska. 2008. “Principles
of Participation and Issues of Entry for Participatory Action Research (PAR) in Coastal
Community Resiliency Enhancement Collaboration.” Journal for Community Engaged Research and Learning Partnerships 1(1). Whitmore, William, Vern Baxter and Shirley Laska. 2009. “A Critique of Offshore
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal Policy.” Ocean & Coastal Management 52(1):10-16.