(Thanks to Felicia Palsson, SSU Library, for some of these materials)
Powerful Storm Threatens Havoc Along Gulf Coast. New York Times, 29 Aug 2005: A.1.
One of the Millions of Hurricane Katrina Stories. Michael Homan's blog post, September 5, 2005.
New Orleans Under Water. Time. 9/12/2005, Vol. 166 Issue 11, p62-63
The Long Road Home By: Cutter, Susan L., Emrich, Christopher T., Mitchell, Jerry T., Boruff, Bryan J., Gall, Melanie, Schmidtlein, Mathew C., Burton, Christopher G., Melton, Ginni, Environment, 00139157, Mar2006, Vol. 48, Issue 2
Down in New Orleans: Reflections from a drowned city. Billy Sothern, Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007.
Examining Children's Fears in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. . Burnham, Joy J.; Hooper, Lisa M.; Edwards, Emily E.; Tippey, Jacalyn M.; McRaney, Amanda C.; Morrison, Matthew A.; Underwood, Jennifer A.; Woodroof, Emily K. Journal of Psychological Trauma. 2008, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p253-275
Race, place, and environmental justice after Hurricane Katrina: struggles to reclaim, rebuild, and revitalize New Orleans and the Gulf Coast / edited by Robert D. Bullard, Beverly Wright. Boulder, CO : Westview Press, c2009.
Disasters widen the rich–poor gap Mutter, John. Nature. 8/26/2010, Vol. 466 Issue 7310, p1042-1042.
Displaced: Life in the Katrina diaspora. Lynn Weber and Laurie Peek, eds. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2012.
A Tale of Two American Cities: Disaster, Class and Citizenship in San Francisco 1906 and New Orleans 2005. Kroll-Smith, Steve; Brown-Jeffy, Shelly. Journal of Historical Sociology. Dec2013, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p527-551.
Resilience of Professional Counselors Following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Lambert, Simone F.; Lawson, Gerard. Journal of Counseling & Development. Jul2013, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p261-268.
Hurricane Katrina: Who Stayed and Why? Thiede, Brian C.; Brown, David L. Population Research & Policy Review. Dec2013, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p803-824.
Hurricane Katrina. History.com
Hurricane Katrina. Wikipedia.com