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Teach 3.11
Anyone interested in broadening their understanding of literature related to the three disasters should examine this treasure trove of resources built around annotations of relevant works and multimedia tied to the history of science, technology, and medicine in global East Asia. The project, which is part of the Forum for the History of Science in Asia, is run by a multilingual team of scholars (cofounders Lisa Onaga, Honghong Tinn, and Tyson Vaughan; and editors Kristina Buhrman and Chihyung Jeon).

We hope to add a number of key links here as we develop the site.

In addition, we encourage everyone to contribute to a community-maintained list of other relevant links at the following page of the fukushima-references wiki:


Other resources, other than literature and other references, can then be found ont he following community-maintained page:

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