EASA Disaster and Crisis Anthropology Network (DICAN) (External organisation)

Siddique, S. (Participant)

Activity: MembershipMembership of research network


For quite some time now, disasters and crises have been the object of study of the social sciences at large, proving that such events are not “natural” or random, but rather the outcome of multiple and interacting social, cultural, political, economic and environmental processes.

In order to understand the causes, effects and the ways of coping with risk, uncertainty and loss, it is necessary to go beyond the short time and mediatised perspective that always dominate when a disaster strikes or a crisis sets in.
Period4 Aug 20144 Aug 2020
Held atEASA Disaster and Crisis Anthropology Network (DICAN)


  • Disaster
  • Crisis
  • Environmental and Climate Change
  • uncertainty
  • loss