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Prof. John Clammer, O. P. Jindal Global University, India

John Clammer is a Professor at Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities. He comes to the university after a long period in Japan as Professor of Comparative Sociology and Asian Studies at Sophia University and formerly Director of the Graduate School of Comparative Culture there, and as Visiting Professor at the United Nations University, Tokyo. He is a graduate of Oxford University and completed his D.Phil. degree there in Social Anthropology. Link

Lecture title: Culture, Sustainability and Disaster Recovery: A Sociological, Architectural and Cultural Approach discussed the following issues:

  • Linking Natural Disasters, Humanitarian Crises and Climate Change
  • Building a Holistic model of the relationships between natural disasters (prevention and recovery), humanitarian crises, climate change and sustainability.
  • Which means:

Þ Deepening Theory and methodology

Þ Exploring social, cultural and psychological dimensions as well as scientific and engineering ones

Þ Analyzing cases studies for clues for both preparedness, short-term recovery and long term recovery and rehabilitation

[ 15 October 2020  ]

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