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The Future of Fallout Review

"The Future of Fallout" reveals how the long-term environmental consequences of nuclear warfare and petro-capitalism were evacuated and/or articulated vis-a-vis existential threat from post-World War II to the contemporary War on Terror.

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Bryan Nakayama

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Environment

The Future of Fallout Review

"The Future of Fallout" reveals how the long-term environmental consequences of nuclear warfare and petro-capitalism were evacuated and/or articulated vis-a-vis existential threat from post-World War II to the contemporary War on Terror.

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Bryan Nakayama

Borders and Migration

History on the Run: Secrecy, Fugitivity, and Hmong Refugee Epistemologies Review by Ma Vang Review

State histories of war and militarism are often made secret, but those who are most affected by state violence also enact their own ways of narrating those same histories. This tension of historical narration has implications on epistemology and decolonial methodologies.

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Kong Pheng Pha

Environment

As If Sand Were Stone Review

“As If Sand Were Stone” reaches well beyond New York and Lagos, speaking to coastal urbanism more broadly – a condition of planetary prominence and one under increasing threat from sea level rise, storm surges and subsidence. There are lessons we can take with us.

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Kate Dawson

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