Art and nuclear culture

By Kerry Brougher | November 8, 2013

The author traces the rise of twentieth-century "nuclear culture," citing examples from Japan’s Godzilla movies to jazz songs. He notes that artists reacted in both positive and negative fashion to the promise of new technology, and that the public’s fear of radiation and death has paralleled its fascination with disaster.

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