Outputs

Here I list outputs associated to my PhD work, including publications, awards, and similar.

Peer-reviewed articles, conference papers, posts, others.

  • Sandoval, V., Gonzalez-Muzzio, C., and Albornoz, ‘Post-disaster institutional and community responses: Uneven outcomes on environmental justice and resilience in Chaitén, Chile’. In Allen, A. Griffin, L., & Johnson, C. (Eds.), Environmental Justice, Urbanization and Resilience in the Global South. London: Palgrave. Forthcoming 2016
  • Sandoval, V. ‘A brief history of Chilean disasters: A critical understanding’, Opticon1826Forthcoming 2016
  • Sandoval, V., Boano, C., Gonzalez-Muzzio, C., and Albornoz, C. (2015) ‘Explorando Potenciales Vínculos entre Resiliencia y Justicia Ambiental: El Caso de Chaitén, Chile’, Magallania, 43(3), pp. 37-49. Link» PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. and González-Muzzio, C. (2015) ‘Examining ‘disaster capitalism’: post-disaster actions in Chile ‘ accepted for 7th i-Rec Conference 2015: Reconstruction and Recovery in Urban Conte: University College London, United Kingdom, 6th–8th July. Link» PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. (2015) House of Cards y la vulnerabilidad ante los desastres en Chile, Centro de Investigación Periodística CIPER [Online]. Available from: http://ciperchile.cl/?p=59455
  • Sandoval, V. (2015) ‘Country profile: Chile’, in Norf, C., Grinda, C., Blätgen, T. & Fekete, A. (Eds.), Country profiles of climate and disaster extremes in 16 countries: Results of the 2013 DAAD Alumni Summer School. Integrative Risk and Security Research, Volume 1/2015, Cologne: Fachhochschule Köln, Institut für Rettungsingenieurwesen und Gefahrenabwehr, pp.13-15. Link»PDF»
  • Sandoval, V., Gonzalez-Muzzio, C. and Albornoz, C. (2014) ‘Resilience and Environmental Justice: Potential Linkages’, Procedia Economics and Finance, 18 (0), 416-424. Link»
  • Sandoval, V. and Boano, C. (2014) ‘The Progression of Vulnerability: A Multi-Scalar Perspective on Disasters. The Case of Chaiten in Chile’, in Calandra, L. M., Forino, G. & Porru, A. (Eds.), Multiple Geographical Perspectives on Hazards and Disasters, Rome: VALMAR, 29-40. PDF»
  • Sandoval, V., González-Muzzio, C. and Albornoz, C. (2014) ‘Community vs. State in Post-disaster Context: Uneven Outcomes on Environmental Justice and Resilience in Chaitén’, in Wagemann, E., Devilat, B., Brablec, D., Stuardo, M. & Soza, C. (Eds.), ChileGlobal Seminars UK 2013-2014, London: ChileGlobal, p.22. PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. (2014) ‘Discussing the Aftermath of Two Disasters in Chile: The Question of Scale’, in Norf, C., Grinda, C., Blätgen, T. & Fekete, A. (Eds.), Coping with Disasters and Climate Extremes – Challenges & Cooperation Potential. Research Contributions to DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013. Integrative Risk and Security Research, 1/2014, Cologne: Fachhochschule Köln, Institut für Rettungsingenieurwesen und Gefahrenabwehr, 22-27. PDF» Link»
  • Sandoval, V., Caimanque, R., Lama, J. S., Devilat, B., Wesely, J. and Lorenz, D. (2014) ‘Is Chile well prepared for disasters?’ on Urban Controversies»PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. and Albornoz E., C. (2013) ‘La producción de la vulnerabilidad en chile: Re-interpretando el PAR model con el caso de chaitén’, accepted for 1st Seminário Internacional de Investigações sobre Vulnerabilidade dos Desastres Socionaturais, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – GEDN – CIVDES: Florianópolis, Brazil, 20th-22th November. PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. (2013) ‘The gap between science and application’, in Fekete, A., Grinda, C., Norf, C. & Blätgen, T. (Eds.), Coping with Disasters and Climate Extremes – Challenges & Cooperation Potential, Bonn and Cologne: Fh-Koeln and UNU-EHS, pp. 16-17. Link»
  • Sandoval, V. and Boano, C. (2012) ‘Discussing disaster risk discourses: The case of Santiago de Chile’ accepted for 6th Encuentros Conference – Paris 2012: Knowledge for Economic and Social Development: Paris, France, 4th-6th July. PDF»

Presentations

  • González-Muzzio, C. and Sandoval, V. (2015) ‘Capitalismo de desastre en procesos de reconstrucción en Chile: medidas implementadas y reacción de la comunidad’ accepted for the International Conference and Workshop Talca “Gentrificación en Reconstrucción de ciudades intermedias globales”: Universidad de Talca, Chile, 21th-23th October.
  • Sandoval, V. and González-Muzzio, C. (2015) ‘Examining ‘disaster capitalism’: post-disaster actions in Chile ‘ accepted for 7th i-Rec Conference 2015: Reconstruction and Recovery in Urban Conte: University College London: London, 6th–8th July. Link» PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. (2015) ‘Post‐disaster reconstruction and disaster capitalism’ for Introduction to Urban Design Module, Master Course on Urban Design at the Technische Universität Berlin (TU-Berlin), Germany, 28th January.
  • Sandoval, V. (2015) ‘Disaster risk management in Chile; a brief introduction’ for the Vulnerabilität, Resilienz, Katastrophen und die Politiken des Bevölkerungsschutzes, undergraduate courses on Political science and Ethnology at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 19th and 26th January.
  • Sandoval, V.  (2014) ‘The progression of vulnerability A multi-scalar perspective on disaster. The case of Chaitén in Chile’ a talk for the National Research Center for Integrated Natural Disaster Management (CIGIDEN) at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 18th December.
  • González-Muzzio, C. and Sandoval, V. (2014) ‘Neoliberalism and reconstruction processes in Chile, discussing the role of State and communities’ accepted for 2nd International Conference on Urban Sustainability and Resilience USAR, UCL: London, UK, 3rd -5th November.
  • Sandoval, V., González-Muzzio, C. and Albornoz, C. (2014) ‘Resilience and Environmental Justice: Potential linkages’ accepted for 4th International Conference on Building Resilience: Salford Quays, Greater Manchester, UK, 8th–11th September.
  • Sandoval, V. (2014) ‘The progression of Vulnerability: A multi scalar interpretation of disaster causation’ for the Disaster Research Unit colloquium at the Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, 17th June.
  • Sandoval, V. (2014) ‘No disaster is natural’ for the 8th Intake of the Urban Management Course at Technische Universität Berlin (TU-Berlin), Germany, 12th February.
  • Sandoval, V. (2014) ‘Questioning disaster risk and reconstruction: A multi-scalar inquiry’ accepted for the Shelter Forum PechaKucha 2014a: London, UK, 12th March. PDF» ShelterForum.info» Video»
  • Sandoval, V. and Albornoz E., C. (2013) ‘La producción de la vulnerabilidad en chile: Re-interpretando el PAR model con el caso de chaitén’, accepted for 1st Seminário Internacional de Investigações sobre Vulnerabilidade dos Desastres Socionaturais, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – GEDN – CIVDES: Florianópolis, Brazil, 20th-22th November. PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. (2013)  ‘Community vs. State in Post-disaster Context: Uneven Outcomes on Environmental Justice and Resilience in Chaitén’ accepted for the 2nd ChileGlobal Seminar UK on Disaster, Emergency and Reconstruction, University College London: London, UK, 14th November.
  • Sandoval, V. (2013) ‘Community and State in post-disaster context: Uneven distribution of hazards, vulnerability and resilience’ for the History of Urban Design Seminar, Master Course on Urban Design at the Technische Universität Berlin (TU-Berlin), Germany, 30th October.
  • Sandoval, V. (2013) ‘Disaster and Sustainability: Development at Risk’ accepted for the International Alumni Conference on Conservation and Sustainable Use of Ecosystems at the Greifswald University and Isle of Vilm: Greifswald, Germany, 11th-17th October.
  • Sandoval, V., González-Muzzio, C. and Albornoz E., C. (2013) ‘Community versus State in post-disaster context: Uneven outcomes on environmental justice and resilience in Chaitén, Chile’ accepted for EJUR Research Cluster – DPU – University College London. Workshop: Resilience and Environmental Justice in the Urban Global South: London, UK, 12th-13th September. PDF» Website»
  • Sandoval, V. and Boano, C. (2013) ‘The progression of vulnerability: A multi-scalar perspective on disasters, the case of Chaitén in Chile’ accepted for 4th EUGEO Congress: Europe, what’s next? Changing geographies and geographies of change: Rome, Italy, 5th-7th September. Website» PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. (2013) ‘PhD thesis: The progression of vulnerability – A multi-scalar perspective’ accepted for the 1st Thesis Presentation Seminar at the Research Centre for Vulnerability and Socio-natural Disasters (CIVDES) Universidad de Chile: Santiago de Chile, 13th March.
  • Sandoval, V. and Boano, C. (2012) ‘Discussing disaster risk discourses: The case of Santiago de Chile’ accepted for 6th Encuentros Conference – Paris 2012: Knowledge for Economic and Social Development: Paris, France, 4th-6th July. PDF»

Posters accepted

  • Sandoval, V. (2014) ‘The progression of vulnerability: Questioning the disaster causation’ accepted for the 8th International Conference Encuentros ChileGlobal Santiago 2014: Santiago de Chile, 15th-17th December. PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. (2014) ‘Questioning disaster risk and reconstruction: A multi-scalar inquiry’ accepted for the Shelter Forum PechaKucha 2014a: London, UK, 12th March. PDF» ShelterForum.info» Video»
  • Sandoval, V. and Albornoz E., C. (2013) ‘La producción de la vulnerabilidad en chile: Re-interpretando el PAR model con el caso de chaitén’, accepted for 1st Seminário Internacional de Investigações sobre Vulnerabilidade dos Desastres Socionaturais, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – GEDN – CIVDES: Florianópolis, Brazil, 20th-22th November. PDF»

Awards, scholarships, fundings, and competitions

  • UCL Graduate School Research Fund 2012/13 for the fieldwork research in Chile (Santiago, Puerto Montt, and Chaitén) between March and October 2013.
  • BecasChile Scholarship for Doctoral Studies Abroad 2011 (2011-2015) for the development of the PhD thesis.
  • “(Ex-) Changing views – Stories & perspectives of international alumni” [Photo Exhibition] at Greifswald University (Germany), 11th and 12th October 2013.
  • Funding for conference participation in the ‘International Alumni Conference on Conservation and Sustainable Use of Ecosystems’ at the Greifswald University and Isle of Vilm, Greifswald (Germany), funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), 11th – 17th October 2013.
  • Funding for Summer School “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences and United Nations University, Institute of Environment and Human Security, Cologne and Bonn (Germany), funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), 4th – 8th November 2013.

 

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