This page lists forthcoming Teach 3.11 annotations (or translated annotations). 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. Volunteers may click here to access the password-protected area of the the project to check details about items they signed up to annotate and/or translate. Please contact us if you need the password.
Anderson, Robert. Nucleus and Nation: Scientists, International Networks, and Power in India. Chicago; London: University of Chicago Press, 2010.
Clancey, Gregory. 2006. Earthquake Nation: The Cultural Politics of Japanese Seismicity, 1868-1930. University of California Press. [translated annotation in Japanese]
Diaz, Junot. 2011. “Apocalypse.” Boston Review. May/June.
Hecht, Gabrielle. The Radiance of France: Nuclear Power and National Identity after World War II (new edition). MIT Press, 1998, 2009.
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].
開沼博『「フクシマ」論 原子力ムラはなぜ生まれたのか』青土社 2011.
Salsberg, Brian, Clay Chandler, and Heang Chhor. 2011. Reimagining Japan: The Quest for a Future That Works. VIZ Media, LLC.
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 (Translated annotations in Japanese, Chinese)
Sorensen, André, and Carolin Funck. 2009. Living Cities in Japan: Citizens’ Movements, Machizukuri and Local Environments. Routledge.
Wilkening, Kenneth E. 2004. Acid Rain Science and Politics in Japan: A History of Knowledge and Action towards Sustainability. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press.
Yamashita, Fumio. 2008. Tsunami tendenko: Kindai nihon no tsunamishi. Tokyo: Shin Nihon Shuppansha.
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”]