Linda Marie Richards
Linda Marie Richards is a historian of science who writes and teaches about the places where nuclear and environmental history converge with human rights. She coedited with Jacob Hamblin a special issue of Journal of the History of Biology, "Connecting to the Living History of Radiation Exposure," and is currently writing a book entitled Human Rights and Nuclear Wrongs.
Books by this Author
Making the Unseen Visible
Many of the effects of nuclear fallout and radiation have been intentionally hidden by governments around the world. Public knowledge has been driven by activists...
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