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Filling the Hole in the Nuclear Future: Art and Popular Culture Respond to the Bomb (AsiaWorld) Paperback – 12 Apr 2010


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These sobering yet very readable essays from Japanese and American scholars, activists, and cultural creators explore a fascinating array of artistic and popular-cultural responses to the atomic bomb, the Cold War nuclear arms race, and the proliferation threats that dominate today's headlines.--Paul S. Boyer, author of By the Bomb's Early Light: American Thought and Culture at the Dawn of the Atomic Age

Lively and thought-provoking. A nice mix of nationalities, of artists and scholars, of prose and poetry and artwork, of demonstration and oral history and analysis.--Richard H. Minear, University of Massachusetts Amherst

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Robert Jacobs is an associate professor at the Hiroshima Peace Institute of Hiroshima City University.

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