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Nuclear Life in the Anthropocene - Hanford Conversations with John Findlay and Bruce Hevly
Nuclear Life in the Anthropocene - Hanford Conversations with John Findlay and Bruce Hevly
WhenMonday, Feb. 13, 2017, 12 – 1 p.m.
WhereUW Seattle
Simpson Center, Room 202
Description

Please join us for brown bag discussion about weapons production, waste, and cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation!

John Findlay and Bruce Hevly are co-authors of Atomic Frontier Days: Hanford and the American West, which was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. Dr. Findlay is a UW Professor of History specializing in social and urban history of the Pacific Northwest and is the managing editor of Pacific Northwest Quarterly. Dr. Hevly is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Washington and specializes in the history of science and technology with a particular focus on Big Science and the field of physics.

Campus roomSimpson Center Room 202, UW Seattle
Event sponsorsCo-organized by:
IAS Assistant Professor Shannon Cram, UW Bothell
Holly Barker - Anthroplogy, UW Seatte
Liz Mattson -  Hanford Challenge
and conjunction with The Anthropocene, a crossdisciplinary research cluster of the Simpson Center
for the Humanities
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