People Who Transcend Catastrophe: Connecting the Radiation-Measuring Movement to People’s Movements around the World

by MANUEL YANG (日本語による原文、下部に掲載。スクロールダウンしてお読みください。) Interview with Manuel Yang (Interviewer: Yoshihiko Ikegami) Recorded on September 10, 2011 at Kunitachi The Radiation-Measuring Movement is a Class Struggle —Manuel Yang, you’ve been active as a scholar of radical Atlantic and Pacific history and as a fellow traveler of the Midnight Notes Collective, a Marxist theory-activist group that emerged … Continue reading People Who Transcend Catastrophe: Connecting the Radiation-Measuring Movement to People’s Movements around the World

Atoms for Peace is Dead – Reexamining Okinawan Contemporary History Through Post-311 Fukushima

by CHIYO WAKABAYASHI Photo: Ojo de Cineasta on flickr (日本語による原文下部に掲載)[1] 1. Given that it is over a thousand kilometers distance from Fukushima Daiichi, the society of Okinawa at the moment does not appear to suffer much effect from the nuclear accident. Even though a small amount of radioactive substances must be flying over through the … Continue reading Atoms for Peace is Dead – Reexamining Okinawan Contemporary History Through Post-311 Fukushima