Children’s Lost landscapes in Post Disaster Japan

Children’s Lost Landscapes in post disaster Japan (2012)

This project was funded by the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation and involved Helen visiting the area where the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear power plant failure took place in March 2011. With her colleague Professor Isami Kinoshita of Chiba University Helen explored the outdoor environments where children played before the disasters and where children were playing outdoors in their current daily life.

Woolley, H. and Kinoshita, I. (2014) Space, People, Interventions and Time (SPIT): A model for understanding children’s outdoor play in post disaster contexts based on a case study from the triple disaster area of Tohoku in North-East Japan, Children and Society. Read Here