REFEREED AND INVITED PUBLICATIONS
Books and Book Chapters
Earthea Nance. 2012. Engineers and Communities: Transforming Sanitation in Contemporary Brazil, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Earthea Nance. 2009. “Making the Case for Community-Based Laboratories: New Strategies in the Environmental Justice Movement.” In Race, Place, and Environmental Justice After Katrina (by Robert Bullard and Beverly Wright, eds.), pp. 153-166. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Earthea Nance. “Floodplain Decision-making under Uncertainty: The Local Response to FEMA’s 2008 Digital Floodmap Release in New Orleans” (in progress).
Beverly Wright and Earthea Nance. 2012. “Toward Equity: Prioritizing Vulnerable Communities in Climate Change,” Duke Forum for Law and Social Change 4(1):1-21.
Kevin Fox Gotham, Richard Campanella, Josh Lewis, Farrah Gafford, Earthea Nance, and Mallikharjuna R. Avula. 2011. “Reconsidering the New Normal: Vulnerability and Resilience in Post-Katrina New Orleans,” Global Horizons: The Journal of Global Policy and Resilience 4(2):54-68.
Earthea Nance. 2010. “Reforming Mitigation Programs: A New Orleans Case Analysis,” The Public Manager 39(3):32-37.
Louise K. Comfort, Thomas A. Birkland, Beverly A. Cigler, and Earthea Nance. 2010. “Retrospectives and Prospectives on Hurricane Katrina – Five Years and Counting,” Public Administration Review, 70(5):669-678.
Earthea Nance. 2009. Responding to Risk: The Making of Hazard Mitigation Strategy in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education. Issue 141, pp. 21-30.
Earthea Nance and Leonard Ortolano. 2007. “Community Participation in Urban Sanitation: Experiences in Northeastern Brazil,” Journal of Planning Education and Research 26, pp. 284-300.
Earthea Nance. 2005. “Multistakeholder Evaluation of Condominial Sewer Services,” American Journal of Evaluation 26(4), pp. 480-500.
Ann E. Farrell, Bert Michalzyk, and (Earthea) Anaya Nance. 1990. "Evaluating the Impacts of Sludge Incineration Using a Risk-Based Approach,” Water Science and Technology 22(12), pp. 75-83.
Non-refereed Academic Journal Articles
Earthea Nance, Journal of Environmental History 12(1), pp. 156-157, 2007. Book Reviewed: Echoes from the Poisoned Well: Global Memories of Environmental Injustice, edited by Sylvia Hood Washington, et. al., Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2006.
Earthea Nance, Journal of the American Planning Association 71(4), pp. 467-468, 2005. Book Reviewed: The Quiet Revolution: Decentralization and the Rise of Political Participation in Latin American Cities, by Tim Campbell, Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2003.
Technical Reports, etc.
Shirley Laska, Pamela Jenkins, Robert Montjoy, Monica Teets Farris, Earthea Nance, Michelle Gremillion, Joel Devalcourt, and K.C. King (University of New Orleans); Branda Nowell and Thomas Birkland (North Carolina State University). “Achieving Successful Long-Term Recovery and Safety from a Catastrophe: The Federal Role,” A Report to the Ford Foundation, UNO Center for Hazard Assessment, Response, and Technology, June 2010.
Earthea Nance, W. Fisher, J. Schwartz, and D. Quinn. “GreeNOLA: A Strategy for a Sustainable New Orleans,” City of New Orleans, 2008.
Gina Solomon, Earthea Nance, Sarah Janssen, William Brice White, and Erik Olson, “Drinking Water Quality in New Orleans: June–October 2006,” The Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., 2007.
Earthea Nance, “Putting Participation in Context: An Evaluation of Urban Sanitation in Brazil,” Ph.D. Dissertation, Stanford University, 2004, Dissertation Abstracts International, 65(04), 2035B (UMI No. 3128354). Abstract appears in the Journal of Planning Literature, May 2005.
Moehser, Harald, (Earthea) Anaya Nance, and Edward D. Schroeder, "Removal of the Halogenated Organic Compounds 1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane, Ethylene Dibromide, Trichloroethylene, Tetrachloroethylene, 1,1,1-Trichloroethane, and Carbon Tetrachloride from Water Supplies by Granular Activated Carbon Adsorption, A Report to the California Public Health Foundation," Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of California, Davis, 1987.