Teach 3.11 is a project of the Forum for the History Science in Asia (FHSAsia). It is powered by volunteer students, teachers, and scholars who produce, translate, and share annotated citations of books, articles, films, and other educational resources to help advance knowledge about the triple disaster vis-à-vis the history of science and technology in Asia.
This page reflects (in parenthesis) who has signed up to annotate or translate existing annotations of the following works for the Teach 3.11 project. We welcome you to check this page and the volunteer page before contacting the Teach 3.11 team about selecting a scholarly work to introduce.
Anderson, Robert. Nucleus and Nation: Scientists, International Networks, and Power in India. Chicago; London: University of Chicago Press, 2010. (Jahnavi Phalkey)
Clancey, Gregory. 2006. Earthquake Nation: The Cultural Politics of Japanese Seismicity, 1868-1930. University of California Press. (Akiko Ishii, Japanese annotation)
Diaz, Junot. 2011. “Apocalypse.” Boston Review. May/June. (Chihyung Jeon)
Hecht, Gabrielle. The Radiance of France: Nuclear Power and National Identity after World War II (new edition). MIT Press, 1998, 2009. (Jonathan Coopersmith)
Hu, Shiang-ling胡湘玲.1995. He Kong Zhuan Jia VS Fan He Zhuan Jia核工專家VS反核專家 [Nuclear Engineering Experts VS Antinuclear Experts]. Qian Wei Chu Ban She 前衛出版社 [Qian Wei Publisher]. (Honghong Tinn)
Salsberg, Brian, Clay Chandler, and Heang Chhor. 2011. Reimagining Japan: The Quest for a Future That Works. VIZ Media, LLC. (Shoan Yin Cheung)
Smits, Gregory. 2011. “Danger in the Lowground: Historical Context for the March 11, 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami.” The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 9 (20), May 16. http://www.japanfocus.org/-Gregory-Smits/3531 (Akiko Ishii, Japanese annotation)
Wilkening, Kenneth E. 2004. Acid Rain Science and Politics in Japan: A History of Knowledge and Action towards Sustainability. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. (Yoshiyuki Kikuchi)
Yamashita, Fumio. 2008. Tsunami tendenko: Kindai nihon no tsunamishi. Tokyo: Shin Nihon Shuppansha. (Kristina Buhrman)
Yamazaki, Masakatsu. 2009. “Nuclear Energy in Postwar Japan and Anti-Nuclear Movements in the 1950s.” Historia Scientiarum. 19(2) [Special issue entitled “Beyond Differences: International Comparison on Nuclear Histories in Japan, Korea, and the United States”] (John DiMoia)