From Pripyat to Paris, from grassroots memories to globalized knowledge production: the Politics of Chernobyl Fallout

K. Kalmbach, S. Bauer, T. Kasperski

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Abstract

In order to understand the politics of Chernobyl fallout, we need to approach these debates on different levels. Therefore, this chapter reflects on the following questions: In what ways has Chernobyl “materialized” for different people with different experiences? What role do individual and collective memories play in people's understanding and coming to terms with the aftereffects of the accident? What are the strategies applied to overcome these effects, and how are the different issues interlinked?
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNuclear Portraits
Subtitle of host publicationCommunities, the Environment, and Public Policy
EditorsLaurel MacDowell
Place of PublicationToronto
PublisherUniversity of Toronto Press
Pages149-189
ISBN (Print)978-1-4426-4861-6, 978-1-4426-2629-4
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2017

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Kalmbach, K., Bauer, S., & Kasperski, T. (2017). From Pripyat to Paris, from grassroots memories to globalized knowledge production: the Politics of Chernobyl Fallout. In L. MacDowell (Ed.), Nuclear Portraits: Communities, the Environment, and Public Policy (pp. 149-189). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Kalmbach, K. ; Bauer, S. ; Kasperski, T. / From Pripyat to Paris, from grassroots memories to globalized knowledge production : the Politics of Chernobyl Fallout. Nuclear Portraits: Communities, the Environment, and Public Policy. editor / Laurel MacDowell. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2017. pp. 149-189
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Kalmbach K, Bauer S, Kasperski T. From Pripyat to Paris, from grassroots memories to globalized knowledge production: the Politics of Chernobyl Fallout. In MacDowell L, editor, Nuclear Portraits: Communities, the Environment, and Public Policy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2017. p. 149-189