Luke Juran also holds a partial appointment at the Virginia Water Resources Research Center
- Human Ecology of Water; Wat-San; HWTS; Latrine Usage
- Reconstruction; Resettlement; Water-Hazards Interface; Wat-San Recovery
- South Asia; The Global South; Mixed Methods
- Introduction to Water Resources (GEOG 2004 / NR 2004)
- Environmental Problems, Population & Development (GEOG 3104)
- Practicing Sustainability (NR 4444)
- Water & Hazards (GEOG 4984 / GEOG 5984)
- MacDonald, M.C., L. Juran, J. Jose, S. Srinivasan, S.I. Ali, K.J. Aronson, & K. Hall. (In Press). The impact of rainfall and seasonal variability on the removal of bacteria by a point-of-use drinking water treatment intervention in Chennai, India. International Journal of Environmental Health Research.
- Juran, L. (2015). A framework for integrating water projects in disaster reconstruction processes in the international context. Public Works Management & Policy 20(4): 305-321.
- Juran, L. & J. Trivedi. (2015). Women, gender norms, and natural disasters in Bangladesh. Geographical Review 105(4): 601-611.
- Juran, L. & M.C. MacDonald. 2014. An assessment of boiling as a method of household water treatment in South India. Journal of Water & Health 12(4): 791-802.
- Juran, L. 2012. The gendered nature of disasters: women survivors in post-tsunami Tamil Nadu. Indian Journal of Gender Studies 19(1): 1-29.
- Juran, L. 2012. Book review - Women, gender and disaster: global issues and initiatives. Indian Journal of Gender Studies 19(2): 341-344.
- 125 Major Williams Hall