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.
Below is a list of different books, articles, films, and web resources that FHSAsia members and other individuals have suggested to us for annotation. We seek volunteers willing to contribute short summaries of these works. Please email us at teach3eleven -at- gmail.com or use this form to volunteer with Teach 3.11. We look forward to hearing from you about any additional suggestions as the project develops. Thank you!
Volunteers Needed to write summaries for:
Environmental History “Japan Forum” suite of articles (published via advanced online access at http://envhis.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/by/section):
Erikson, Kai T. 1978. Everything in Its Path: Destruction of Community in the Buffalo Creek Flood. reprint. Simon & Schuster.
Erikson, Kai. 1995. A New Species of Trouble: The Human Experience of Modern Disasters. W. W. Norton & Company.
Ichikawa, Hiroshi and Masakatsu Yamazaki. 2006. “戦争と科学”の諸相―原爆と科学者をめぐる2つのシンポジウムの記録. 丸善.
Kim, Dong-Won. 2009. “Imaginary Savior: The Image of the Nuclear Bomb in Korea, 1945-1960.” Historia Scientiarum 19(2): 105-118.
Kingston, Jeff and Susan Glasser, eds. 2011. Tsunami: Japan’s Post-Fukushima Future. Foreign Policy.
Millis, Brent et al. 2011. Kizuna: Fiction for Japan. CreateSpace.
Otani, Junko. 2010. Older People in Natural Disasters: The Great Hanshin Earthquake of 1995. Trans Pacific Press.
Takeda, Tōru. 2002.「核」論―鉄腕アトムと原発事故のあいだ. 勁草書房. NOTE NEW EDITION: 武田徹『私たちはこうして「原発大国」を選んだ – 増補版「核」論』中央公論社 2011.
Various. 2011. “Japan in focus: A collection of the Bulletin’s coverage.” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. <http://www.thebulletin.org/web-edition/special-topics/japan-focus-collection-of-the-bulletins-coverage>.
Vollmann, William T. Into the Forbidden Zone: A Trip Through Hell and High Water in Post-Earthquake Japan. Byliner, 2011.