Arthur D. Murphy

2016, February 23–25
Innovative Approaches to the Global Water-Energy NexusResearch Team SeminarInnovative Approaches to the Global Water-Energy NexusWhile scientific assessments and engineering solutions are necessary to address coupled water and energy challenges, anthropological research increasingly demonstrates that cultural and political contexts must also be understood and integrated into long-term solutions. This seminar convened a panel of engineers and anthropologists which sought to break down these intellectual barriers and disciplinary silos, and expand on the emerging conceptual synthesis.
2012, April 10–11
The Role of Social Networks in Disaster Recovery in Mexico, Ecuador, and the U.S.Research Team SeminarThe Role of Social Networks in Disaster Recovery in Mexico, Ecuador, and the U.S.This seminar convened to more fully develop theory on collective action following extreme events, for which it is not only variation in networks that is important, but also the comparative or cultural context in which these networks are activated.


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