Dr Christine Eriksen
Dr Christine Eriksen
Center for Security Studies, ETH Zürich
Verified email at sipo.gess.ethz.ch - Homepage
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Bushfire and everyday life: Examining the awareness-action ‘gap’in changing rural landscapes
C Eriksen, N Gill
Geoforum 41 (5), 814-825, 2010
1512010
Wildfire preparedness, community cohesion and social–ecological systems
T Prior, C Eriksen
Global Environmental Change 23 (6), 1575-1586, 2013
1422013
Why do they burn the ‘bush’? Fire, rural livelihoods, and conservation in Zambia
C Eriksen
Geographical Journal 173 (3), 242-256, 2007
1342007
The gendered dimensions of bushfire in changing rural landscapes in Australia
C Eriksen, N Gill, L Head
Journal of Rural Studies 26 (4), 332-342, 2010
1002010
Gender and Wildfire: Landscapes of Uncertainty
C Eriksen
Routledge: New York, London, 2014
902014
The art of learning: wildfire, amenity migration and local environmental knowledge
C Eriksen, T Prior
International Journal of Wildland Fire 20 (4), 612-624, 2011
722011
Embodied Uncertainty: Living with complexity and natural hazards
V Sword-Daniels, C Eriksen, EE Hudson-Doyle, R Alaniz, C Adler, ...
Journal of Risk Research 21 (3), 290-307, 2018
622018
Defining adequate means of residents to prepare property for protection from wildfire
TD Penman, C Eriksen, R Blanchi, M Chladil, AM Gill, K Haynes, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 6, 67-77, 2013
552013
Defining the Importance of Mental Preparedness for Risk Communication and Residents Well-Prepared for Wildfire
C Eriksen, T Prior
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 6, 87-97, 2013
492013
Gendered responses to the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, Australia
J Whittaker, C Eriksen, K Haynes
Geographical Research 54 (2), 203-215, 2016
402016
The Retention, Revival, and Subjugation of Indigenous Fire Knowledge through Agency Fire Fighting in Eastern Australia and California
C Eriksen, DL Hankins
Society and Natural Resources 27 (12), 1288-1303, 2014
372014
Gendered Risk Engagement: Challenging the Embedded Vulnerability, Social Norms and Power Relations in Conventional Australian Bushfire Education
C Eriksen
Geographical Research 52 (1), 23-33, 2014
362014
The Affluence–Vulnerability Interface: Intersecting scales of risk, privilege and disaster
C Eriksen, G Simon
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 49 (2), 293-313, 2017
312017
How much does it cost residents to prepare their property for wildfire?
T Penman, C Eriksen, B Horsey, R Bradstock
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 16, 88-98, 2016
282016
Landscape Preferences, Amenity, and Bushfire Risk in New South Wales, Australia
N Gill, O Dun, C Brennan-Horley, C Eriksen
Environmental Management 56 (3), 738-753, 2015
262015
The relevance of mindfulness practice for trauma-exposed disaster researchers
C Eriksen, T Ditrich
Emotion, Space and Society 17, 63-69, 2015
252015
Into the firing line: Civilian ingress during the 2013 ‘‘Red October’’ bushfires, Australia
C Wilkinson, C Eriksen, T Penman
Natural Hazards 80 (1), 521-538, 2016
242016
Trial by Fire: natural hazards, mixed-methods and cultural research
C Eriksen, N Gill, R Bradstock
Australian Geographer 42 (1), 19-40, 2011
222011
An unmitigated disaster: shifting from response and recovery to mitigation for an insurable future
E de Vet, C Eriksen, K Booth, S French
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 10 (2), 179-192, 2019
182019
Men, Masculinities and Wildfire: Embodied Resistance and Rupture
C Eriksen, G Waitt
Men, Masculinities and Disaster 6, 69-80, 2016
18*2016
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