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The Bravo Test and the Death and Life of the Global Ecosystem in the Early Anthropocene
Should “Gunkanjima” Be a World Heritage site? - The forgotten scars of Korean forced labor
Surviving the Last Train From Hiroshima: The Poignant Case of a Double Hibakusha
Saotome Katsumoto and the Firebombing of Tokyo: Introducing The Great Tokyo Air Raid
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Introduction: Art and Activism in Post-Disaster Japan
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Remembering Hiroshima and the Lucky Dragon in Chim↑Pom’s Level 7 feat. “Myth of Tomorrow”
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Fukushima, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Maralinga
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The Recognition of Nuclear Trauma in Sagashite imasu (I am Searching)
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Images of Suffering, Resilience and Compassion in Post 3/11 Japan
Never Again: Hiroshima, Auschwitz and the Politics of Commemoration
Showa History, Rising Nationalism, and the Abe Government
Ryukyu Shimpo, Ota Masahide, Mark Ealey and Alastair McLauchlan, Descent Into Hell: The Battle of Okinawa
Literature and The Trauma of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Hiroshima's Disaster, Climate Crisis, and the Future of the Resilient City
How Many Minutes to Midnight? On the Nuclear Era and Armageddon
The Radiation That Makes People Invisible: A Global Hibakusha Perspective
The San Francisco System: Past, Present, Future in U.S.-Japan-China Relations
Beyond the Bubble, Beyond Fukushima: Reconsidering the History of Postwar Japan
Bombs Bursting in Air: State and citizen responses to the US firebombing and Atomic bombing of Japan
After Nuclear Disaster: The decision-making of Fukushima University authorities, the threat to democratic governance and countermovement actions
281_Anti Nuke: The Japanese street artist taking on Tokyo, TEPCO and the nation’s right-wing extremists 281_Anti Nuke
Scientists and Research on the Effects of Radiation Exposure: From Hiroshima to Fukushima —
Japan's Nuclear Village
Nuclear Nationalism and Fukushima
Beyond Peace: Pluralizing Japan's Nuclear History−−
Nuke York, New York: Nuclear Holocaust in the American Imagination from Hiroshima to 9/11−−9.11
On hiroshima: Photographer Ishiuchi Miyako and John O’Brian in Conversation−−
“The Coming of a Second Sun”: The 1956 Atoms for Peace Exhibit in Hiroshima and Japan’s Embrace of Nuclear Power1956
War, War Crimes, Power and Justice: Toward a Jurisprudence of Conscience−−
An Agenda for Peace Research after 3/11?−−−− •Japanese original text is available
Fukushima and Okinawa – the “Abandoned People,” and Civic Empowerment−−
A Problem for all Humanity: Nagasaki Writer Hayashi Kyoko Probes the Dangers of Nuclear Energy−−
Photographer Fukushima Kikujiro - Confronting Images of Atomic Bomb Survivors−−
The Atomic Bomb and Hiroshima on the Silver Screen: Two New Documentaries−−2
Memories of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Messages from Hibakusha: An Introduction−−
Bringing the Plight of Fukushima Children to the UN, Washington and the World
Japan’s Earthquake-Tsunami-Nuclear Disaster Syndrome: An Unprecedented Form of Catastrophe−−
Understanding the Ongoing Nuclear Disaster in Fukushima: A “Two-Headed Dragon” Descends into the Earth’s Biosphere •Japanese original text is available−−
The Man Who Continues to Speak about Experiencing the H-Bomb -- Exposed Clearly: the Deception that is Deterrence−−
24 Hours After Hiroshima: National Geographic Channel Takes Up the Bomb 24
Hiroshima: The Autobiography of Barefoot Gen−−
War and Peace in the Art of Tezuka Osamu: The humanism of his epic manga−−
The Failure of Imagination: From Pearl Harbor to 9-11, Afghanistan and Iraq−−911
What was left unsaid about the atomic bombings: silence and the politics of commemoration
Hiroshima and Nagasaki at 65 – A Reflection−−
Japan's New Anti-nuclear Policy
Atomic John: The Bomb as Fetish
The Forgotten History War: Wilfred Burchett, Australia and the Cold War in the Asia Pacific
Toward the Abolition of Nuclear War: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Declarations
The Nuclear Family of Man