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Civic Engagement in the Wake of Katrina Amy Koritz and George J. Sanchez, editors. [print]

Contributor(s): Sanchez, George J | Koritz, Amy, 1955- | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextSeries: The new public scholarshipPublication details: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Library, [(c)2009. ; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2012. Description: 1 online resource (x, 240 pages) : illustrations, mapsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780472024483; 0472024485Subject(s): New Orleans (La.) -- Intellectual life -- 21st century | New Orleans (La.) -- Cultural policy | New Orleans (La.) -- Social life and customs -- 21st century | New Orleans (La.) -- Social conditions -- 21st century | Political participation -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- History -- 21st century | City and town life -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- History -- 21st century | Community life -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- History -- 21st century | Disaster relief -- Social aspects -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- History -- 21st century | Hurricane Katrina, 2005 -- Social aspects -- Louisiana -- New OrleansLOC classification: HN80.N45HN80.N45.K84.C585 2009Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
"Bring your own chairs": civic engagement in postdiluvial New Orleans / Richard Campanella -- A reciprocity of tears: community engagement after a disaster / Pat Evans, Sarah Lewis -- Not since the Great Depression: the documentary impulse post-Katrina / Michael Mizell-Nelson -- Another evacuation story / Rebecca Mark -- The vision has its time: culture and civic engagement in postdisaster New Orleans / Carol Bebelle -- How to raise an army (of creative young people) / Mat Schwarzman, Keith Knight -- The Gulfsouth Youth Action Corps: the story of a local CBO's response to restoring youth programs in New Orleans after Katrina and Rita / Kyshun Webster, D. Hamilton Simons-Jones -- Welcoming the newcomers: civic engagement among pre-Katrina Latinos / Elizabeth Fussell -- Cultural policy and living culture in New Orleans after Katrina / Carole Rosenstein -- Home, New Orleans: university/neighborhood arts collaborations / Jan Cohen-Cruz -- Interview with Don Marshall, executive director of the New Orleans jazz and heritage festival foundation / Amy Koritz -- Afterword: civic engagement is a language- what can universities learn from public cultural work in New Orleans? / Julie Ellison.
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"Bring your own chairs": civic engagement in postdiluvial New Orleans / Richard Campanella -- A reciprocity of tears: community engagement after a disaster / Pat Evans, Sarah Lewis -- Not since the Great Depression: the documentary impulse post-Katrina / Michael Mizell-Nelson -- Another evacuation story / Rebecca Mark -- The vision has its time: culture and civic engagement in postdisaster New Orleans / Carol Bebelle -- How to raise an army (of creative young people) / Mat Schwarzman, Keith Knight -- The Gulfsouth Youth Action Corps: the story of a local CBO's response to restoring youth programs in New Orleans after Katrina and Rita / Kyshun Webster, D. Hamilton Simons-Jones -- Welcoming the newcomers: civic engagement among pre-Katrina Latinos / Elizabeth Fussell -- Cultural policy and living culture in New Orleans after Katrina / Carole Rosenstein -- Home, New Orleans: university/neighborhood arts collaborations / Jan Cohen-Cruz -- Interview with Don Marshall, executive director of the New Orleans jazz and heritage festival foundation / Amy Koritz -- Afterword: civic engagement is a language- what can universities learn from public cultural work in New Orleans? / Julie Ellison.

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