The E.L. Quarantelli Resource Collection is comprised of publicly available material, restricted access archival holdings, and online holdings.
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By popular demand, DISCAT, the catalog database for the E. L. Quarantelli Resource Collection, is now online! If you are looking for published materials (books, articles), preliminary papers, reports about disasters (damage, after action, recovery), or disaster plans, click the link below to search our catalog!
Many materials listed are available digitally, but not all are directly linked from the database. To access materials, or for more information, please contact Collection staff at email@example.com.
Archival Materials - Restricted Access
The bulk of materials in the E. L. Quarantelli Resource Collection can be found in archival holdings, which comprises materials collected during field research and other original research data. These materials include, but are not limited to interview transcripts, surveys, photographs and audio-visual materials of disaster events, and supplemental materials collected at disaster sites (e.g. local newspapers, meeting minutes, fliers, and memorabilia).
Due to the sensitive nature of these materials, DRC's archival holdings are currently classed as restricted and users must apply for access. To access materials, please review the below finding aid (Ctrl+F to search) and email Assistant Director for Archives and Collections, Valerie Marlowe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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