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In The Atomic Field: The Long Reach of Hanford Nuclear Reservation


Museum of Culture and Environment
Dean Hall
1200 Wildcat Way
Ellensburg, Washington

I’m looking forward to presenting about my work on Congo’s Shinkolobwe mine (source of the uranium that powered the Manhattan Project) at Central Washington University! I will be speaking with artist Glenna Cole Allee in a conversation moderated by anthropologist Mark Auslander at the Museum of Culture and Environment. The general subject will be the long history of the Hanford Reservation, where the uranium from Congo was processed into plutonium, and which remains the most highly contaminated single site in the Western Hemisphere.

To watch the livestream (and the archived presentation after the fact), use this link.

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