Early Warning Systems: From Surveillance to Risk Assessment to Action Ted R. Gurr and Barbara Harff
Initial Response to Complex Emergencies and Natural Disasters Ed Tsui
Evidence-Based Health Assessment Process in Complex Emergencies Frederick M. Burkle, Jr., M.D.
Concern Worldwide's Approach to Water and Sanitation and Shelter Needs in Emergencies Tom Arnold
Internal Displacement: A Challenge of Peace, Security, and Nationbuilding Francis M. Deng
Protection Strategies in Humanitarian Interventions Gerald R. Martone
Issues of Power and Gender in Complex Emergencies Judy A. Benjamin
Clinical Aspects of Malnutrition Kevin M. Cahill, M.D.
Military-NGO Interaction Timothy Cross
An Introduction to NGO Field Security Randolph Martin
Resolutions, Mandates, Aims, Missions, and Exit Strategies Larry Hollingworth
The Transition from Conflict to Peace Richard Ryscavage, S.J.
Kevin M. Cahill, M.D., is the author and editor of many books, including, most recently, History and Hope: The International Humanitarian Reader (Fordham). He is University Professor and Director of Fordham University’s Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs and Clinical Professor of Tropical Medicine and Molecular Parasitology at New York University and has served as Chief Adviser on Humanitarian Affairs and Public Health for three Presidents of the United Nations General Assembly.
"The authors of this volume explore organizational and political response capacities, effective multidisciplinary responses, the interface of response with vulnerability assessment, and ways to identify disaster prone areas and utilize rapid assessment methodologies to help meet needs that arise following humanitrian crises and natural disasters."—Natural Hazards Observer
- Aspects of the Classic Greek Theater
- Euripides' Life and Times
- Roman Comedy, Pt. I
- Roman Comedy, Pt. II
- Aspects of the Commedia Dell' Arte
- Medieval Theatre
- The Green Bird Video
- Shakespeare's Theatre and Macbeth
- Shakespeare and Webster
- Shakespeare's King Lear and the Middle Ages