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The case for Interdisciplinary Crisis Studies

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  • 1 Lund University, , Sweden
  • | 2 University of Copenhagen, , Denmark
  • | 3 Hanken School of Economics, , Finland;
  • | 4 Örebro University, , Sweden;
  • | 5 University of Huddersfield, , UK;
  • | 6 University of South Africa, , South Africa
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In the world we live in today, the presence and claims of crisis abound – from climate change, financial and political crisis to depression, livelihoods and personal security crisis. There is a challenge to studying crisis due to the ways in which crisis as a notion, condition and experience refers to and operates at various societal levels. Further, different kinds of crisis can overlap and intersect with each other, and act as precursors or consequences of other crises, in what can be thought of as inter-crisis relations or chains of crises. This article makes an enquiry into how to develop more adequate analytical tools for understanding crisis as a multidimensional phenomenon. We ask how crisis can be conceptualised and what the analytical potentials of a distinct crisis perspective might be? In this article we suggest a multi- and interdisciplinary approach to bridge between traditionally separated realms. Our ambition is to present a case for the development of Interdisciplinary Crisis Studies as a field of scholarly enquiry, which allows for new perspectives on data collection and analysis. Using the cases of, first, crisis and security and, second, crisis and climate, conflict and migration, we illustrate how studying and intervening in crises requires non-linear approaches which connect across disciplines to develop more comprehensive, interdisciplinary understandings of societal problems and better solutions. In concluding the paper, we assert that key features of Interdisciplinary Crisis Studies must include (1) temporality, spatiality and scale; (2) multi-layeredness, processuality and contradictions; and (3) gender, intersectionality and social inequalities.

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  • 1 Lund University, , Sweden
  • | 2 University of Copenhagen, , Denmark
  • | 3 Hanken School of Economics, , Finland;
  • | 4 Örebro University, , Sweden;
  • | 5 University of Huddersfield, , UK;
  • | 6 University of South Africa, , South Africa

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