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NUCLEAR DOCUMENTATION
+ RESOURCES
A CONTEMPORARY ART HISTORY
OF THE BOMB
Articles / Biobliographies / Reading Lists
The Bomb Project is a comprehensive on-line compendium of nuclear-related links, imagery and documentation. It is intended specifically as a resource for artists, and encourages those working in all media, from net.art, film and video, eco-intervention and site-specific installation to more traditional forms of agitprop, to use this site to search for raw material. The Bomb Project has gathered together links to nuclear image archives (still and moving), historical documents, current news, NGOs and activist organizations as well as government labs and arms treaties. It makes accessible the declassified files and graphic documentation produced by the nuclear industry itself, providing a context for comparative study, analysis and creativity. 
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The Way We Live Now: The New York Times Magazine
Globalization 2.0, by David Rieff
March 26, 2006 | Photo Marilyn Silverstone/Magnum Photos
A nuclear reactor in Trombay, India, not far from Mumbai, in 1959
Survival City
By Tom Vanderbilt

Princeton Architectural Press (2002)
Bomb Project Reading List I: Science / War / History / Analyses
Bomb Project Reading List II:
Cinema / Art // Cultural Theory / Literature
Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues (Washington + Lee University)
Annual ANE/NEA Publications
The Atomic Age Opens: Selections from the Popular Culture Library (Bowling Green State Univ. 1995)
Center For Land Use Interpretation (CLUI): Publications
Internat'l Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Publications
Journal of Cold War Studies  + Book Series (Harvard Project on Cold War Studies)
Los Alamos Natl. Lab Publications (No Longer) Online
The Nation: Nuclear Arms + Proliferation [articles]
The Race to Build the Atomic Bomb: A Resource for Teachers + Students
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons: Atomic Bibliography
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons: [Book excerpts]
Jon Gertner: Atomic Balm? (NYTimes Magazine July 16, 2006)
David Rieff:  Globalization 2.0 (NYTimes Magazine Mar 26, 2006)
Russell Aiuto: Klaus Fuchs : Atomic Bomb Spy, CrimeLibrary.com
Russell Aiuto: The Rosenbergs : A Tale of Love, Espionage, Deceit + Betrayal, CrimeLibrary.com
Robert L. Civiak: Closing the Gaps: Securing High Enriched Uranium in the Former Soviet Union (FAS 2002)
Walter A. Davis: Deracination: The Psyche That Dropped The Bomb [excerpt] (SUNY Pr. 2001)
Eric Draper: Revisiting New Mexico's Nuclear Past (May 2003, AP)
General Leslie Groves:The Atomic Bomb (Jan 10, 1946) [PDF]
Bill Keller: The Thinkable (NYTimes Magazine, May 4, 2003)
Henry Kelly: Dirty Bombs: Response to a Threat (FAS Report Mar/Apr 2002)
Nicholas Kristof: Blood on Our Hands? (NYTimes, Aug 5, 2003)
Mark Langer: Disney's Atomic Fleet (Animation World Magazine, Issue 3.1, 1998)
[Robert J. Lifton]: Champion of Human Survival Tries to Awaken Fears (NYTimes 2000)
Zia Mian: Bush's War: Central Asia + Iraq (AFSC 2002)
Zia Mian: Human Rights: Pakistan Grows Drunk on Blood (Jinn Magazine 1995)
Zia Mian: Nuclear Fears, Nuclear History (Communalism Combat, Bombay, 1998)
Zia  Mian + Frank von Hippel: The Alternative to Nuclear Tests (WashPost 1998)
Bertrand Russell: The Bomb + Civilization, anti-nuclear writings (c.1945)
Paul Saffo: The Road from Trinity, essays (Japan, 1998-2002)
Jonathan Schell: From Hiroshima to Baghdad (Unitarian Church of Staten Island, Aug 2002)
Scientists Advocate New DOE Policy to Avoid Environmentally Destructive Remediation (EAD, March 2004)
Tom Vanderbilt: Fallout Shelters (Metropolis Magazine: April 2001)
Tom Vanderbilt: Note on 9/11 (H-Urban, Sept. 14, 2001)
Tom Vanderbilt: An Even Deeper Bunker (London Review of Books, March 2002)
Tom Vanderbilt: Survival City: Adventures Among the Ruins of Atomic America (Princeton Arch. Pr. 2002)