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This article explores the origins and expansions of environmental justice and disaster vulnerability literature. It proposes an intersectional framework as a tool for bridging these fields of research-fields that have moved forward primarily on parallel, yet rarely overlapping paths. The article explores both practical and theoretical issues that stem from the lack of communication between environmental justice and disaster vulnerability literatures, positing that disaster vulnerabilities existdoi:10.17161/1808.25571 fatcat:ipx2mp5swnh5fiw6wdcp2vtuv4