The following is a sample of publications authored or co-authored by BAF Fellows and Alumni.
Takebe, A. (2022). An Applied linguist in emergency management. In B. Phillips, D. M. Neal, and G. R. Webb (Eds.), Introduction to emergency management (3rd ed., pp.318-319), Routledge.
Takebe, A. I. (January, 2022). Pragmatics in EFL Classroom: Teaching the use of directives in risk communication context. The Language Teacher, 46(1), 29. http://doi.org/10.37546/JALTTLT46.1
Takebe, A. I. (November, 2021). What's in my bag?: Discussion activities based on earthquake preparedness. The Language Teacher, 45(6), 43-44. http://doi.org/10.37546/JALTTLT45.6
Handal, A. J., Iglesias-Ríos, L., Fleming, P. J., Valentín-Cortés, M. A., & O’Neill, M. S. (2020). “Essential” but expendable: farmworkers during the COVID-19 pandemic—the Michigan Farmworker Project. American journal of public health, 110(12), 1760-1762.
Hirsch, Ben Lacy, Becky Selle, Doris Brown, Alice Liu, Mal Moses, Mashal Awais, Myrtala Tristan, Ann Weston, Hortencia Hurtado, Vatsala Mundra, and Melissa Villarreal. 2021. “Survivors as Experts: A Community Evaluation of Disaster Recovery in Northeast Houston.” Boulder, CO: Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado Boulder.
Ryder, Stacia and Melissa Villarreal. 2021. Book Review: “Hurricane Harvey’s Aftermath: Place, Race, and Inequality in Disaster Recovery by Kevin M. Fitzpatrick and Matthew L. Spialek.” Social Forces, 1-5.
Villarreal, Melissa. 2020. “The Impact of the Bill Anderson Fund for Students of Color and Marginalized Communities.” Emerald Publishing Real Impact Blog. https://www.emeraldpublishing.com/news-and-blogs/the-impact-of-the-bill-anderson-fund-for-students-of-color-and-marginalized-communities/
Villarreal, Melissa. 2020. “What are women’s experiences like during and after disasters?” Sociology Lens. https://www.sociologylens.net/topics/gender/what-are-womens-experiences-like-during-and-after-disasters/28088
Peek, Lori, Jessica Austin, Elizabeth Bittel, Simone Domingue, and Melissa Villarreal. 2020. “Children Take Charge: Helping Behaviors and Organized Action among Young People after Hurricane Katrina.” Bottom-Up Responses to Crisis, edited by Virgil Storr and Stefanie Haeffele, 87-111. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Villarreal, Melissa and Michelle Meyer. 2020. “Women’s Experiences Across Disasters - A Study of Two Towns in Texas.” Disasters Journal, 44(2):285-306.
Villarreal, Melissa. 2019. “The Significance of Language in Hazards and Disaster Research and Practice.” Legacy: A William Averette Anderson Magazine.
Daniels, Lorita C., Joy Semien, Antoine Richards, Akilah Alleyne, Jennifer Blanks, Tiffany Cousins, and Melissa Villarreal. 2018. “The South Bridge Community Assessment.” Disaster Research Center, University of Delaware.
Washington, V. & Mondisa, J.-L. (2021, Sep.). “A need for engagement opportunities and personal connections: Understanding the social community outcomes of engineering undergraduates in a mentoring program.” Journal of Engineering Education. doi:10.1002/jee.20422
Chen, T. Y., Washington, V. N., Aven, T., & Guikema, S. D. (2019, Nov.). Review and Evaluation of the J100-10 Risk and Resilience Management Standard for Water and Wastewater Systems. Risk Analysis, 40:608-623. doi:10.1111/risa.13421
Woodruff, Sierra, Jinhyun Bae, Wonmin Sohn, Galen Newman, Tho Tran, Jessica Lee, Chandler Wilkins, Shannon Van Zandt, and Forster Ndubisi. "Planning, development pressure, and change in green infrastructure quantity and configuration in coastal Texas." Land Use Policy 114 (2022): 105893.
Bae, JinHyun, Wonmin Sohn, Galen Newman, Donghwan Gu, Sierra Woodruff, Shannon Van Zandt, Forster Ndubisi, Chandler Wilkins, Jessica Lee, and Tho Tran. "A longitudinal analysis of green infrastructure conditions in Coastal Texan cities." Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 65 (2021): 127315.
Woodruff, Sierra, Tho Tran, Jessica Lee, Chandler Wilkins, Galen Newman, Forster Ndubisi, and Shannon Van Zandt. "Green infrastructure in comprehensive plans in coastal Texas." Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 64, no. 9 (2021): 1578-1598.
Paras, Rodolfo, Madison Metsker-Galarza, Xuejiao Wang, Chandler Wilkins, Xiaoyu Hu, Felicity Owens, Jani Wertin et al. "City of Hitchcock State of Community Report." (2021).
Cooper, John, Jaimie Masterson, Jeewasmi Thapa, Walter Peacock, Steven Washington, Huang Chang, Bill Eisele et al. City of Hitchcock Comprehensive Plan 2020-2040. Texas A&M University, 2020.
Chmutina, K., von Meding, J., Sandoval, V., Boyland, M., Forino, G., Cheek, W., Williams, D. A., Gonzalez-Muzzio, C., Tomassi, I., Páez, H., & Marchezini, V. (2021). What We Measure Matters: The Case of the Missing Development Data in Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction Monitoring. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13753-021-00382-2
Purdum, C., Henry, F., Rucker, S., Williams, D. A., Thomas, R., Dixon, B., & Jacobs, F. (2021). No Justice, No Resilience: Prison Abolition as Disaster Mitigation in an Era of Climate Change. Environmental Justice. https://doi.org/10.1089/env.2021.0020
Williams, D. A., & Jacobs, F. (2020). Landscapes of Trust: An Investigation of Posthurricane Engagement and Recovery. Environmental Justice. https://doi.org/10.1089/env.2020.0043
Williams, D. A., & Martin, A. W. (2019). Public-private partnerships: Training and coordination in disasters. In L. R. Shapiro & M. Maras (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Security and Emergency Management. Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69891-5_229-1
Williams, D. A. (2019, May 26). Nonprofits and foundations aren't going to save us from climate change. Here's why. Retrieved from Mother Jones at https://www.motherjones.com/environment/2019/05/nonprofits-and-foundations-arent-going- to-save-us-from-climate-change-heres-why/?fbclid=IwAR28uniEDEELIj- MUIMM2i7FsnQHKyBpkyPsYsmZ_BKaTgfvygQ2WpVvomY
Williams, D. A. (2018, October 25). A Lesson of Hurricane Michael: Our Policymakers are Failing Us. https://undark.org/2018/10/25/hurricane-michael-climate-policy/
Durfee, C., Rohmer, A., & Williams, D. (2016, October 14). The Future of Floods: Lessons from Charlotte-Mecklenburg County. Carolina ANGLES. Retrieved from https://carolinaangles.com/2016/10/14/the-future-of-floods-lessons-from-charlotte- mecklenburg-county/
Woodke, R.L., A. Crump, & A. Zepeda. (2020). Review and Recommendations for Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture in Protracted Emergencies: Evidence and Recommendations for Research Prioritization. Arlington, VA: USAID Advancing Nutrition.
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