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Articles by Ryo Morimoto

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Ryo Morimoto is a first-generation college graduate and scholar from Japan and an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Princeton University. His scholarly work addresses the planetary impacts of our past and present engagements with nuclear things. He is the author of Nuclear Ghost: Atomic Livelihoods in Fukushima’s Gray Zone. He is currently researching the U.S.-Japan transnational history of disaster robots and an ethnography of decommissioning robots in coastal Fukushima. Ryo is a facilitator of the Native undergraduate student-led project Nuclear Princeton