We are excited to announce that our next print issue, Disaster Politics (Vol 28 No 2), is now out in print and digital formats. Complementing the quarterly, here are free articles from our web-exclusive series on the politics of natural disasters in Southasia. You can get more updates by following us on Facebook or Twitter.
Niranjan Kunwar on arts education in times of disaster
Mir Fatimah Kanth and Shrimoyee Nandini Ghosh on disaster vulnerability in India-administered Jammu & Kashmir
Morley Weston on Myanmar’s disaster preparedness
Himanshu Thakkar on the lessons not learned from the 2013 Uttarakhand floods
Kai Weise on cultural heritage in a post-earthquake Nepal
Gawher Nayeem Wahra on cyclone preparedness in Bangladesh (from Himal archives)
Catherine Warner and Pradeep Singh on the inequities in information access after the Nepal earthquake