Marisa O. Ensor

Marisa O. Ensor is an adjunct professor at the Justice and Peace Studies Program of Georgetown University and a former senior fellow at Georgetown’s Institute for the Study of International Migration. She is an applied and socio-legal anthropologist with broad interests in forced migration, political conflict, human rights, international development, and humanitarianism, and a focus on childhood/youth and gender.
The Legacy of Hurricane Mitch The Legacy of Hurricane Mitch
The Legacy of Hurricane Mitch

The Legacy of Hurricane Mitch

Lessons from Post-Disaster Reconstruction in Honduras

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