研究員紹介

 

 


氏名:ジェイコブズ, ロバート(JACOBS, Robert)
職:教授
生年月日:1960年1月21日
専門分野:歴史学(世界の核兵器・核戦争の歴史と文化、核のテクノポリティクス、世界の冷戦、ヒバクシャ研究、戦争・平和研究、軍事植民地主義、アメリカ例外主義)

出生地:米国
Email:
jacobs@peace.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp

 

学歴

1993年 米国ミネソタ大学ミネアポリス校卒業学士号取得
1995年 米国イリノイ大学アーバナ・シャンペーン校大学院修士課程修了修士号取得(歴史学)
2004年 米国イリノイ大学アーバナ・シャンペーン校大学院博士課程修了博士号取得(歴史学)

 

職歴

2005年10月〜2009年12月 広島市立大学広島平和研究所講師
2010年1月〜2016年3月 広島市立大学広島平和研究所准教授
2016年4月〜 広島市立大学広島平和研究所教授

 

研究業績
著書

  • Jacobs, Robert and N.A.J. Taylor, eds., On Hiroshima Becoming History: The Post-Cold War Experience (New York: Routledge Press) forthcoming, under contract
  • Jacobs, Robert and Urs Heftrich, Bettina Kaibach and Karoline Thaidigsmann, eds. Images of Rupture in Civilization Between East and West: The Iconography of Auschwitz and Hiroshima in Eastern European Arts and Media (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2016)
  • Jacobs, Robert. Dragon Tail: Kaku no Anzenshinwa to America no Taishubunka (Tokyo: Gaifusha, 2013)
  • Jacobs, Robert, ed. Filling the Hole in the Nuclear Future: Art and Popular Culture Respond to the Bomb (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2010)
  • Jacobs, Robert. The Dragon’s Tail: Americans Face the Atomic Age (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2010)

査読付きジャーナル・特別号

  • Jacobs, Robert and N.A.J. Taylor. Special Issue, “Re-Imagining Hiroshima,” Critical Military Studies 1:2 (2015)

 

学術論文(査読付)

  • “Anthropogenic Fallout: The Bravo Test and the Death and Life of the Global Ecosystem,” Hiroshima Peace Research Journal Vol. 2 (2015): 77-96: http://bit.ly/1com0PL
  • “Nuclear Conquistadors: Military Colonialism in Nuclear Test Site Selection during the Cold War,” Asian Journal of Peace-building Vol. 1, Issue 2 (2013): 157-177: http://tongil.snu.ac.kr/ajp_pdf/201311/02_Robert%20Jacobs.pdf
  • “Radiation as a Cultural Talisman: Nuclear Weapon Testing and American Popular Culture in the Early Cold War,” The Culture and Conflict Review 6:2 (Summer 2012): http://nps.edu/programs/ccs/webjournal/Article.aspx?ArticleID=115
  • “Nuke York, New York: Nuclear Holocaust in the American Imagination from Hiroshima to 9/11,” The Asia - Pacific Journal Vol. 10, Issue 11 No. 6 (March 12, 2012): http://japanfocus.org/-Mick-Broderick/3726
  • “Whole Earth of No Earth: The Origin of the Whole Earth Icon in the Ashes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki,” The Asia - Pacific Journal Volume 9, Issue 13 No. 5 (March 2011): http://japanfocus.org/-Robert-Jacobs/3505
  • “The Psychological Bomb: The Relationship of American Social Scientists to Nuclear Weapons in the Early Cold War,” Peace & Change 35:3 (July 2010) 434-63
  • “Atomic Kid: Duck and Cover and Atomic Alert Teach American Children How to Survive Atomic Attack,” Film & History 40:1 Visions of Science and Technology in Film Special Issue (Spring 2010) 25-44
  • “Reconstructing the Perpetrator’s Soul by Reconstructing the Victim’s Body: The Portrayal of the “Hiroshima Maidens” by the Mainstream American Media,” Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific 24 (June 2010): http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue24/jacobs.htm
  • “‘There Are No Civilians, We Are All at War’: Nuclear War Shelter and Survival Narratives During the Early Cold War,” The Journal of American Culture 30:4 (December 2007) 401-416
  • “Good Bomb/Bad Bomb: Talking About Atomic Tests in Nevada,” Interdisciplinary Humanities 24:1 (Spring 2007) 65-82
  • “Strategic Fallout: Dirty and Clean Weapons in the Cold War,” Thematica 2 (1995) 25-56

 

書籍の章

  •  “What We See When We Look at Hiroshima,” in, Robert Jacobs and N.A.J. Taylor, eds., On Hiroshima Becoming History: The Post-Cold War Experience (New York: Routledge Press) forthcoming, under contract
  • “Inheritance: Radiant Reflections from Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Fukushima,” with elin o’Hara slavick, in, Livia Monnet and Peter van Wyck, eds, Toxic Immanence (Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2017) forthcoming
  • “Seeing Children Hidden Behind the Clouds of Hiroshima and Nagasaki,” in, Mischa Honeck, ed., War and Childhood in the Age of the World Wars (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016) forthcoming
  • “American Fantasies About Nuclear Weapons Remain Trapped in a Fictional Hiroshima,” in, Kazumi Mizumoto and Gen Kikkawa, eds., Why Nuclear Weapons Haven’t Been Abolished (Kyoto: Horitsu Bunka Sha, 2016): 151-167
  • “Domesticating Hiroshima: American Depictions of the Victims of the Hiroshima Bombings in the Early Cold War,” in, Urs Heftrich, Bettina Kaibach, Robert Jacobs and Karoline Thaidigsmann, eds., Images of Rupture in Civilization Between East and West: The Iconography of Auschwitz and Hiroshima in Eastern European Arts and Media (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2016) 83-98
  • “Military Nationalism and Nuclear Internationalism in Asia,” in Jeff Kingston, ed., Asian Nationalisms (New York: Routledge Press, 2016) :58-69
  • “Fukushima and the Shifting Conventions of Documentary—from Mainstream Broadcast to Social Media Netizenship,” with Mick Broderick, in, Judith Pernin and Camille Deprez, eds., Defining Independent Documentaries? Case Studies in the Post-1990 Context (Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 2015): 217 - 232
  • “Domesticating Hiroshima: American Depictions of the Victims of the Hiroshima Bombings in the Early Cold War,” in, Urs Heftrich, Bettina Kaibach, Robert Jacobs and Karoline Thaidigsmann, eds., Images of Rupture in Civilization Between East and West: The Iconography of Auschwitz and Hiroshima in Eastern European Arts and Media (Köln: Böhlau, 2015) forthcoming
  • “Boys Wonder: Male Teenage Assistants in 1950s Sci-Fi Serials and Cold War Masculinity,” in Cynthia J. Miller and Bowdoin Van Riper, eds., 1950s “Rocketman” TV Series and Their Fans: Cadets, Rangers, and Junior Space Men (New York: Palgrave-McMillan, 2012) 53-66
  • “Dodging Dystopia: The Role of Nuclear Narratives in Averting Global Thermonuclear Warfare,” in, Antony Adolf, ed., Nonkilling History: Shaping Policy with Lessons from the Past (Honolulu: The Center for Global Nonviolence, 2010) 219-236: http://nonkilling.org/pdf/nkhistory.pdf
  • “Target Earth: The Origins of the Image of the Whole Earth in the Ashes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki,” in, Robert Jacobs, ed., Filling the Hole in the Nuclear Future: Art and Popular Culture Respond to the Bomb (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2010) 187-205
  • “The Manhattan Project and the American Narrative of the Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki,” Hiroshima and Peace (Hiroshima: Keisuisha Publishing, 2010) 29-40
  • “Nuclear Culture in Cold War America: Events and Impacts,” Hiroshima and Peace (Hiroshima: Keisuisha Publishing, 2010) 83-94


その他論文

  • “Atomic Soldiers,” Hiroshima Peace Institute (ed.), Encyclopedia for Peace and Security,(Kyoto: Horitsu Bunka Sha, 2016) 10-11
  • “Global Hibakusha,” Hiroshima Peace Institute (ed.), Encyclopedia for Peace and Security,(Kyoto: Horitsu Bunka Sha, 2016) 151-152
  • “How the Atomic Bomb is Taught,” Hiroshima Peace Institute (ed.), Encyclopedia for Peace and Security, (Kyoto: Horitsu Bunka Sha, 2016): 657-659
  • “Los Alamos National Laboratory,” Hiroshima Peace Institute (ed.), Encyclopedia for Peace and Security, (Kyoto: Horitsu Bunka Sha, 2016) 648-649
  • “The Atomic Bomb and American Nuclear Culture,” Hiroshima Peace Institute (ed.), Encyclopedia for Peace and Security, (Kyoto: Horitsu Bunka Sha, 2016) 174-175
  • “The Manhattan Project,” Hiroshima Peace Institute (ed.), Encyclopedia for Peace and Security, (Kyoto: Horitsu Bunka Sha, 2016) 604-605
  • “U.S. Nuclear Tests at Bikini Atoll and the Lucky Dragon Incident,” Hiroshima Peace Institute (ed.), Encyclopedia for Peace and Security, (Kyoto: Horitsu Bunka Sha, 2016) 386-387
  • “Hanford, not Fukushima, is the Big Radiological Threat to the West Coast,” Counterpunch (29 April 2016): http://www.counterpunch.org/2016/04/29/hanford-not-fukushima-is-the-big-radiological-threat-to-the-west-coast/
  • “The Broken Maps of Fukushima,” DiaNuke (9 March 2016): http://www.dianuke.org/broken-maps-fukushima/
  • “On Forgetting Fukushima,” The Asia-Pacific Journal Vol. 14, Issue 5, No. 1 (1 March 2016): http://apjjf.org/2016/05/Jacobs.html
  • “Bikini Atoll,” in, Edward J. Blum, ed., America in the World, 1776 to the Present: A Supplement to the Dictionary of American History. 2 vols. Farmington Hills, MI: Scribner’s Sons, 2016: 1:133-34
  • “Editor’s Introduction,” in, Robert Jacobs and N.A.J. Taylor, Special Issue, “Re-Imagining Hiroshima,” Critical Military Studies 1:2 (2015)
  • “Improving Conditions of Success for the WMD/DV Free Zone in the Middle East,” with Bernd Kubbig, et al., Policy Brief of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (2014)
  • “The Radiation That Makes People Invisible: A Global Hibakusha Perspective,” the Asia-Pacific Journal 12:13 (August 4, 2014): http://japanfocus.org/-Robert-Jacobs/4157
  • “American Nuclear Discourse: Narratives and Counter-narratives,” Seijo CGS Report No. 4 (2014):11-20
  • “60 Years Since the Bravo Hydrogen Bomb Test, Hiroshima Research News 17:1 (July 2014): 1
  • “Between the Marshall Islands and Fukushima,” DiaNuke (March 11, 2014): http://www.dianuke.org/between-the-marshall-islands-and-fukushima-by-prof-robert-jacobs/
  • “Nuclear Costs: How Nuclear Decisions are Based on Money and What That Costs Us,” DiaNuke (January 21, 2014): http://www.dianuke.org/nuclear-costs-how-nuclear-decisions-are-based-on-money-and-what-that-costs-us/
  • “Managing Public Perceptions of Fukushima: First Emergency Response of the Nuclear Complex,” DiaNuke (March 10, 2013): http://www.dianuke.org/managing-public-perceptions-of-fukushima-first-emergency-response-of-the-nuclear-complex/  
  • Calin Georgescu with an introduction by Mick Broderick and Robert Jacobs, "United Nations Report Reveals the Ongoing Legacy of Nuclear Colonialism in the Marshall Islands," The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol 10 Issue 47, No. 1 (November 19, 2012): http://japanfocus.org/-Robert-Jacobs/3853
  • “Fukushima Victimization 2.0,” DiaNuke (March 11, 2012): http://www.dianuke.org/fukushima-victimization-2-0/
  • “The Atomic Bomb and Hiroshima on the Silver Screen: Two New Documentaries,” The Asia-Pacific Journal Vol 9, Issue 42 No 3 (October 17, 2011): http://japanfocus.org/-Robert-Jacobs/3619
  • “Social Fallout: Marginalization After the Fukushima Nuclear Meltdowns,” The Asia-Pacific Journal Vol 9, Issue 28 No 4 (July 11, 2011): http://japanfocus.org/-Robert-Jacobs/3562
  • “The Global Hibakusha Project,” Hiroshima Research News 14:1 Hiroshima Peace Institute (July 2011) 4-5: http://www.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp/modules/peace_e/content0166.html
  • “From Event to Aftermath: The Growing Awareness of the Radioactive Impact,” DiaNuke (July 19, 2011) http://www.dianuke.org/event-to-aftermath-fukushima-robert-jacob/
  • “Backyard Bomb Shelters,” Fred Nadis and Jack Waskey, eds., World History Encyclopedia, Vol. 21 (Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2011) 156
  • “Anti-Nuclear Weaponry Protests,” Fred Nadis and Jack Waskey, eds., World History Encyclopedia, Vol. 21 (Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2011), 587
  • “No-Nukes Protests,” Fred Nadis and Jack Waskey, eds., World History Encyclopedia, Vol.  21 (Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2011) 721
  • “Your Child's Teeth Contain Strontium-90,” Fred Nadis and Jack Waskey, eds., World History Encyclopedia, Vol. 21 (Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2011) 588
  • “24 Hours After Hiroshima: National Geographic Channel Takes Up the Bomb,” The Asia-Pacific Journal, 47-2-10, November 22, 2010: http://japanfocus.org/-Robert-Jacobs/3446
  • “Americans and Nuclear Weapons at a Time of Declining Empire,” Hiroshima Research News 13:2 Hiroshima Peace Institute (November 2010) 2: http://serv.peace.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp/English/dletter/news38_e.pdf
  • “Hiroshima,” Ray Hutchinson, ed. Encyclopedia of Urban Studies Vol. 1 (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2009) 357-8
  • “The Origins of the Image of the Whole Earth in the Hiroshima Bombing,” Hiroshima Research News 11:3 Hiroshima Peace Institute (March 2009) 6: http://serv.peace.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp/English/dletter/ne3305.pdf
  • “President-elect Obama and US Nuclear Policy,” translated into Japanese and published in the Chugoku Newspaper (November 9, 2008) 4
  • “The Origins of the Dirty Bomb: The U.S. Military and Radiological Weapons,” Hiroshima Research News 10:3 Hiroshima Peace Institute (March 2008) 6: http://serv.peace.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp/English/dletter/ne3006.pdf
  • “Facing the Future in Iraq By Facing the Past,” Hiroshima Research News 8:3 Hiroshima Peace Institute (March 2006) 3: http://serv.peace.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp/English/dletter/ne2403.pdf

 

書評

  • Review of, David Monteyne. Fallout Shelter: Designing for Civil Defense in the Cold War. Published in, The American Historical Review (2012) 117 (4): 1256-1257

 

講演業績

  • “The Global Hibakusha Project: Connecting Young People in Radiation Affected Communities,” presented in the Inaugural HPI Public Lecture Series in English, 5 February 2016, Hiroshima, Japan
  • “Understanding the American Electoral System and the 2016 Election,” presented to the Hiroshima International Women’s Club, 27 January 2016, Hiroshima, Japan
  • “Radiation, Families and Communities: Fukushima and the Significance of the March 2011 Disasters,” presented to the Japan Studies Association at the International Conference Center, 30 June 2015, Hiroshima, Japan
  • “Ways of Seeing Hiroshima, and Ways of Seeing from Hiroshima,” presented at the “70th Anniversary Atomic Bomb Symposium,” presented at the University of Indianapolis, 27 April 2015, Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • “The Global Hibakusha Project and the Fukushima Disaster,” presented to the “Journeys Along the Atomic Highway: History, Politics, Performance and Memoir” Symposium at Sophia University, 20 April 2015, Tokyo, Japan
  • “Pretending Fukushima is New: How Studying Sites of Radiological Contamination Around the World Can Help Us to Understand the Present and Future in Fukushima,” presented at the “4.11 International Symposium: From Hiroshima and Bikini to Fukushima and the World,” 11 April 2015, Fukushima City, Japan
  • “Global Hibakusha: The Social Effects of Nuclear Incidents,” presented at the Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace at Hebrew University, February 23, 2015, Jerusalem, Israel
  • “Radiation, Hibakusha and Fukushima,” presented at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture at the University of Washington, October 1, 2014, Seattle, WA, USA: http://youtu.be/6d2_co-7eAc
  • “Global Fallout and Radiation Exposure,” presented during the Lucky Dragon Exhibition Hall Lecture Series at Meiji Gakuin University, July 19, 2014, Tokyo, Japan
  • “Responding to the Nuclear Present,” Shelter-Special Events, Keynote Speaker, June 14, 2014, Toronto, Canada
  • “Radiation and Social Cohesion: From Three Mile Island to Today,” presented (via Skype) to “The Three-Mile Island Nuclear Crisis in Perspective: Analyses, Stories, Policies” Conference at Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, March 28, 2014, Harrisburg, PA, USA
  • “The Impact of the Bikini H-Bomb Test on US Popular Culture,” presented during the Hiroshima Peace Institute Fifteenth Lecture Series for the Citizens of Hiroshima, March 14, 2014, Hiroshima, Japan
  • “Nuclear Culture: How it Shaped the United States in the Early Cold War,” presented at Seoul National University, September 3, 2013, Seoul, South Korea
  • “The Global Hibakusha Project,” presented to the Transnational Nuclear Perspectives Colloquium at the 24th International Congress of History of Science, Technology and Medicine at Manchester, United Kingdom, July 2013
  • “The History and Effects of Nuclear Weapon Testing on Communities Near to Nuclear Test and Nuclear Weapon Production Sites Around the World,” presented at the International Catalan Institute for Peace, July 11, 2013, Barcelona, Spain
  • “The Inheritance of Trauma: Radiation Exposed Communities Around the World,” presented at Temple University of Japan, July 2, 2013, Tokyo, Japan
  • “American Nuclear Discourse: Narratives and Counter-narratives,” presented to Glocal Studies Institute at Seijo University, June 29, 2013, Tokyo, Japan
  • “Understanding the Bomb in the US, 1945-46: Nuclear Weapons Create a New World,” presented to the inaugural Hiroshima Peace Institute Nuclear Studies Working Group, June 27, 2013, Hiroshima, Japan
  • “Networking Hibakusha: Connecting Radiation Affected Communities Cross-generationally Through Cultural Exchange and Media,” presented to the Semipalatinsk Test Site: Radiation Legacy and Development Prospects Conference, Kurchatov, Kazakhstan, September 2012
  • “Hiroshima, Hibakusha, Fukushima,” presented at Temple University Japan, March 28, 2012, Tokyo, Japan
  • “Antinuclear Activism of the Women in Fukushima,” presented to the Women and Nuclear Power - the Effects, the Reactions and the Politics seminar, New Delhi, India March 11, 2012, via Skype
  • “Nuclear Weapons, Hibakusha and Fukushima,” presented to the Deakin St. Forum, Berkeley, CA USA, February 18, 2012: http://youtu.be/PszEiGoAkCE
  • “Environmental, Social, and Economic Consequences of the Fukushima Disaster,” presented to the One Year After Fukushima: Present Challenges and the Energy Future of Kazakhstan,” Astana, Kazakhstan, October 2012, via Skype
  • “The Manhattan Project, the Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the Subsequent Development of Nuclear Weapons,” presented to the Peace Seminar at Hiroshima Jogakuin University in Hiroshima, Japan, August 2012
  • “Social Mobilization in Japan After Fukushima,” presented to the Coalition for Nuclear Peace and Disarmament, New Delhi, India, July 2012
  • “A Report on the Global Hibakusha Project,” presented to the Hiroshima Peace Film Festival, Hiroshima, Japan, November 2011
  • “Radiation Effected Communities Around the World,” presented to DePaul University, Chicago, IL, October 2011
  • “Radioactive Exposures from Atmospheric Nuclear Testing to Fukushima,” present to De Anza College, Cupertino, CA, October 2011
  • “Relocating Hiroshima to America: Images of Nuclear Attacks on New York City,” presented to Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, September 2011
  • “US Nuclear Testing in the Pacific in Global Perspective,” presented to the Nuclear Institute of the College of the Marshall Islands, Majuro, Marshall Islands, January 2011
  • “Project Ichiban: Completing the ABCC Dose Reconstruction at the Nevada Test Site,” presented as an invited speaker at Tokyo Institute of Technology, January 2011
  • “American Nuclear Weapons,” presented to the Peace Seminar at Hiroshima Jogakuin University in Hiroshima, Japan, August 2010
  • “Americans and Nuclear Weapons at a Time of Declining Empire,” presented as a panelist at the International Symposium, “What Should We do to Advance Nuclear Abolition?: Reflections on the 2010 NPT Review Conference,” at the Hiroshima Peace Museum, Hiroshima, Japan, July 2010
  • “Atomic Films: Documentaries and Propaganda Films of the 1950s,” presented as part of the Hiroshima Peace Film Festival, Hiroshima Peace Museum, Japan, November 2009
  • “The US Presidential Election and Nuclear Policy in Historical Perspective,” presented during the Hiroshima Peace Institute Tenth Lecture Series for the Citizens of Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan, November 2008
  • “Atomic Bombs in America,” presented to the Peace Seminar at Hiroshima Jogakuin University, Hiroshima, Japan, August 2008
  • “Survival in Ten Easy Graphics: An Iconographic Analysis of Civil Defense Pamphlet Art,” presented to the Faculty in Art at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, December 2007
  • “Lessons From Hiroshima,” presented to the Japan-America Student Conference, Aster Plaza, Hiroshima, Japan, August 2007
  • “American Hibakusha,” presented to the Rotary Peace Forum, International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan, October 2006
  • “What Do Americans Think About the Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and Why,” presented to a Hiroshima Peace Institute Research Forum, Hiroshima Peace Institute, Hiroshima, Japan, September 2006
  • “Nuclear War Movies and Survivors in American Culture,” presented during the Hiroshima Peace Institute Fifth Lecture Series for the Citizens of Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan, June 2006
  • “The Alchemical Narrative: Nuclear Weapons and Social Transformation,” presented to the Cold War Science and Technology Colloquium at Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburg, PA, February 2000

 

会議報告

  • “Imaging a Nuclear World War Two in Europe: Preparing US Troops for the Battlefield Use of Nuclear Weapons,” to be presented to the Visions of War: Experience, Imagination and Predictions of War in the Past and the Present Conference in Tallinn, Estonia, April 2016
  • “Half Lives and Nuclear Inheritance: Legacies of Trauma at Nuclear Test Site Locations,” presented to the Soul Wounds: Trauma and Healing Across Generations Conference at Stanford University, June 5, 2015, Palo Alto, CA, USA
  • “Seeing Children Hidden Behind the Clouds of Hiroshima & Nagasaki,” presented to the War and Childhood in the Age of the World Wars: Local and Global Perspectives Conference at the German Historical Institute, June 2014, Washington DC, USA
  • “Networking Pacific Hibakusha: Connecting Radiation-Affected Communities Cross-generationally Through New Social Media,” presented to the Pacific History Association Conference at Wellington, New Zealand, December 2012
  • “Finding America Hidden Behind Hiroshima,” presented to the Society for Social Studies of Science Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, October 2012
  • “Nuclear Zenith: 1962 at the Apex of Nuclear Colonialism,” presented to the 1962, A World Conference, Oren, Algeria, October 2012
  • “The Big Apple and the Giant Mushroom: Depictions of a Nuclear Attack on New York City, 1945 - 2012,” presented to the International Committee for the History of Technology Conference, Barcelona, Spain, July 2012
  • “Ignoring a Research Cohort: American Atomic Soldiers and Radiation Exposure,” presented to the Society for Social Studies of Science Conference in Cleveland, OH, November 2011
  • “Radioactive Fallout--Eraser of National Boundaries: How Fallout from Nuclear Testing (and Imagined Nuclear War) Shaped Awareness of the Global Ecosystem,” presented to the “Legacies of the Cold War” Conference at the Hamburg Institute for Social Research in Hamburg, Germany, August 2011
  • “Domesticating Hiroshima in America: From Military Target to Childlike Victims in Need of Help, American Depictions of the Victims of the Hiroshima Bombings in the Early Cold War,” presented to the “Images of Rupture Between Civilization East and West: The Iconography of Auschwitz and Hiroshima in Eastern European Arts and Media” Conference at Heidelberg University, Heidelberg, Germany, May 2011
  • “Irradiated Zombie Soldiers: Strategic Options for American Battle Commanders Whose Troops Have Been Exposed to Lethal Radiation,” presented to the War and Peace / Probing the Boundaries Conference in Warsaw, Poland, May 2011
  • “Atomic Pawns: Preparing American Troops for the Nuclear War in the 1950s,” presented to the joint Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association Conference in San Antonio, TX, April 2011
  • “Architectures of Annihilation: The Logic of Building “Japanese Houses” at the Nevada Test Site,” presented to the Cold War Cultures Conference at the University of Texas, Austin, TX, September 2010
  • “Nuclear Doomsday and the Origins of the Whole Earth,” presented to the Society for Social Studies of Science Conference at Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan, August 2010
  • “Neighbors As Enemies: Narratives of Community Violence in Fallout Shelters and During Nuclear War in Early Cold War America,” presented to the Nordic Association of American Studies Conference at the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK, May 2009
  • “Target Earth: Cartoon Images of Globalism in the Ashes of Hiroshima,” presented to the British Association of American Studies Conference at the University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK, April 2009
  • “Atomic Familiars: Animal Guides to the Radioactive Landscape in Early Cold War America,” presented to the Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Conference, Western Australia School of Mines, Kalgoorlie, Australia, December 2008
  • “Reconstructing the Perpetrator’s Soul By Reconstructing the Victim’s Body: The Hiroshima Maidens in the American Mind,” presented to the Interrogating Trauma: Arts & Media Responses to Collective Suffering Conference, Murdoch University, Perth, Australia, December 2008
  • “Alone in the Flash: Duck and Cover and Atomic Alert,” presented to the Film and History Conference, Chicago, IL, October 2008
  • “Curing the Bomb: Social Scientists Analyze the Roots of Human Violence After Hiroshima,” presented to the International Society for Universal Dialogue’s Seventh World Congress in Hiroshima, Japan, June 2007
  • “Radiation As a Cultural Talisman in Cold War Popular Culture,” presented to the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Joint National Conference, Boston, MA, April 2007
  • “Good Bomb/Bad Bomb: American Nuclear Narratives During the Atmospheric Testing Era,” presented to the International Committee for the History of Technology Conference, Leicester, United Kingdom, August 2006
  • “Narratives of Survival Under Atomic Attack,” presented to the Southwest Popular Culture Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM, February 2006
  • “Sharing the Horizon with the Atomic Bomb,” presented to the History of Science Society Conference, San Diego, CA, November 1997
  • “The Atomic Egg: Nuclear Tests and the Radioactive Generation of Monsters and Aliens in Fifties Sci-Fi," presented to the Atomic Age Opens Conference, Bowling Green, OH, July 1995
  • “Presenting the Past: The Atomic Cafe as Activist Art and Politics,” presented to the Atomic Age Opens Conference, Bowling Green, OH, July 1995 <http://www.publicshelter.com/bofile.html>
  • “Genetic Fallout: Geneticists and the AEC,” presented to the Mephistos Conference on Science Studies, Bloomington, IN, April 1995

 

企画委員

  • 3rd Global Hibakusha Project Workshop for Third Generation Hibakusha, Yalata, South Australia, September 2016
  • Inaugural Series of English Language Public Lectures, Hiroshima Peace Institute, Hiroshima, Japan, January 2016
  • 2nd Global Hibakusha Project Workshop for Third Generation Hibakusha, Hiroshima, Japan, September 2015
  • 1st Global Hibakusha Project Workshop for Third Generation Hibakusha, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands, March 2014
  • Co-convener, Hiroshima Peace Institute International Symposium, “Transmitting the Experiences of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to Future Generation,” Hiroshima, Japan, December 2013

 

展示発表

 -Macaulay Honors College, City University of New York, November 2012

 -Hartell Gallery of Cornell University, September 2011


研究プロジェクト

  • Project Coordinator: “Global Hibakusha: A Cross Cultural Study to Establish Links Between Hibakusha Communities at Nuclear Test Sites Throughout the World,” Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (Kaken-hi) Grant, 2011-2013.
  • Project Coordinator: “Global Hibakusha: A Cross Cultural Study to Establish Links Between Hibakusha Communities at Nuclear Test Sites Throughout the World,” Hiroshima City University Special Academic Peace Research Grants, 2010-2012.
  • Project Coordinator: “The Use of Information Gathered at the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission to Design Plans for Radiological Warfare and for Troop Participation in Nuclear Tests in the United States,” Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (Kaken-hi) Grant, 2008-2010.
  • Project Member: “Comparative Study of American and Japanese Narratives of the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki,” Hiroshima City University President Designated Research Project, 2008-2010.
  • Project Coordinator: “Filling the Hole in the Future: Art and Popular Culture in Response to the Atom Bomb,” Hiroshima Peace Institute Research Project, 2005-2008.
  • Project Member: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Research Board Grant for Study of the Superconducting Super Collider, 1995 - 1998.

 

表彰

  • Hiroshima City University List of University Professors with Significant Accomplishments, 2012
  • Hiroshima City University, Inaugural List of University Professors with Significant Accomplishments, 2011
  • University of Illinois List of Teachers Ranked As Excellent by Their Students, 1994 and 1995
  • University of Minnesota Buchta Merit Award, 1991

 

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2006〜 編集委員、H-Peace Listserv、H-NET
2006〜 書評編集委員、H-Peace Listserv、H-NET
2006〜 登録派遣講師、Historians Against the War
2006〜 担当講師、「ヒロシマと平和」(広島市立大学夏期集中コース)
2008 査読委員、広島国際研究
2007 顧問、日米学生会議

 

所属学会

  • アメリカ文化学会 会員
  • アメリカ史学会 会員
  • 平和史協会 会員
  • アメリカ大衆文化学会 会員
  • アメリカ技術史学会 会員
  • Society for Social Studies of Science(科学技術社会論の国際学会)会員