Loyola at a Glance
Loyola’s Jim Gabour publishes new book of essays
July 25, 2008
Jim Gabour, professor of video technology at Loyola University New Orleans, has had much global success with his new book of essays titled, “Undercurrent-life after Katrina.”
The essays, written in the months following Hurricane Katrina, consist of a series of reports and reflections on how Gabour’s, his family, his neighbors, friends and fellow citizens were coping with the hurricane’s aftermath and reconstructing their homes. Gabour’s descriptive tales can be found in the fourth edition of the openDemocracy Quarterly.
International websites are promoting the book including those in Norway, Italy, Denmark, Japan, South Africa and Australia.
For more information, visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/quarterly.
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