It has been fifteen years since Hurricane Katrina descended on the Gulf Coast, leaving mass destruction in its wake. New Orleans, one of the places most severely hit, was left eighty percent under . . .
Mathilde Lind Gustavussen is a writer and anthropologist. Her research on neoliberal restructuring and political mobilization in post-Katrina New Orleans has been published in the anthropology journal Focaal. She has also written for Jacobin and the sustainability magazine Pioner.