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Ram Sateesh PASUPULETI

Ram Sateesh PASUPULETI

Luleå University of Technology Lulea, Sweden , Sweden, Kingdom of, and School of Planning and Architecture Bhopal India

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    Towards an interdisciplinary framework for understanding the role of culture in the post disaster reconstruction process Towards an interdisciplinary framework for understanding the role of culture in the post disaster reconstruction process Presentation Transcript

    • Towards An Interdisciplinary Framework for Understanding the Role of Culture in the Post Disaster Reconstruction Process –The Case of Tsunami Reconstruction in Tamilnadu, Southern India By Dr.Ram Sateesh Pasupuleti Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Division of Architecture and Water, School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal, Lulea University of Technology Sweden India (Currently on Extra Ordinary Leave) IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 1 Switzerland
    • Post disaster housing in Gujarat Earthquake affected areas, Latur, Marathwada, India IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 2 Switzerland
    • Understanding… Culture BUILT ENVIRONMENT disaster Vulnerability Development Bourdieu’s Dovey Leach Lim theory on (2005) (2005). (2008). Cultural Capital (1986 p47) IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 3 Switzerland 3
    • Lim(2008) Model on Cultural Environment IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 4 Switzerland 4
    • IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 5 Switzerland
    • Defining Conceptual Framework for Analysis Pre-disaster Development processes V U External Constructs of Environment L Culture in Concepts of HUMAN Built Environment Urban Design N INTERVENTION E Public Geographical and Permeability Space Ecological Environment R Structures Legibility A Geographic Family, Gender and Kinship Plots Landscape Variety B Religion and Belief systems I Robustness Buildings Economy L Personalisation I Politics T Social and Cultural interaction Y Post-disaster Development processes IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 6 Switzerland
    • Principles: Geographic and Family, Religion and Economy Politics Social and CulturalResponsive Natural Gender and Belief interactionsEnvironments Environment Kinship systems Relations Vulnerability ComponentPermeabilityLegibilityVariety&ChoiceRobustnessPersonalisationTransforming spatial component of built environment in the pre and post disaster development process(Public space network, Plots, Buildings) IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos 2012-08-29 7 Switzerland
    • CRITERIA OF SELCTION OF CASESTUDIES Government South Indian Federation of Fishermen Socieites Church IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos 2012-08-29 8 Switzerland
    • IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 9 Switzerland
    • A CASE OF KOVALAM VILLAGE IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 Switzerland 10 KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE SERIES, SPA, Bhopal, MP, India
    • IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 Switzerland 11 KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE SERIES, SPA, Bhopal, MP, India
    • IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 Switzerland 12 KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE SERIES, SPA, Bhopal, MP, India
    • THARANGAMBADI IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos 2012-08-29 13 Switzerland
    • LEGIBLITYANALYSIS IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 14 Switzerland
    • LIGHTHOUSE KUPPAM IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 15 Switzerland
    • IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 16 Switzerland
    • IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 17 Switzerland
    • Barriers in Communicatingneeds and wants IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos 2012-08-29 18 Switzerland
    • Pre-disaster Development processes V Impacts Causes U External Livelihood Difficulties Pre disaster Environment L Development issues HUMAN Weakening Family Kinship N INTERVENTION Love and Affections Inability to understand E Public Vernacular Architecture Space Difficulties in R Structures Following religious practices Lack of variety and Choice A Geographic Plots Landscape Barriers in Communication B Difficulties in I Neighbourhood interaction Lack of proper education Buildings and awareness L Difficult access to political and I institutional activities Lack of Zone wise Building Regulations T Encroachments and Y Extensions Lack of redevelopment strategies Post-disaster Development processes IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 19 Switzerland
    • The focus of creating built environments without recognizing what is appropriate to a particular settlement is a common and frequent failure in such post disaster development projects. On the social level, it creates interactive methodologies engaging members of traditional settlements, the culture experts from within, and professionals in designing for development. The study emphasises the values of both engaging and understanding local knowledge among development practitioners, reaffirming the relevance of culture and traditions in the culture- vulnerability development equation. In terms of economy, the research analyses the importance of re-linking culture and economy and vulnerability by providing methodologies for understanding ways of living that are culturally integrated on the level of traditional fishing settlements. . IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 20 Switzerland
    • A Way forward As a final point, this project was researcher driven although it is foreseeable that future projects like these would ideally be driven by the subjects once the methodology is established A. Empowering grass root level governance B. Appropriate training and awareness programmes for local governing bodies C. Documentation of existing settlement layouts and development issues in traditional settlements by spatial information and digital technologies D. Development of building and planning regulations with local and regional concerns IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 21 Switzerland
    • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSI would like to thank FORMAS funding agency for providingfinancial support to participate in IDRC 2012. IDRC 2012, Global Risk Forum, Davos2012-08-29 22 Switzerland