Atomic History and Culture

Michael A. Amundson (Northern Arizona University) and Scott C. Zeman (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology), General Editors

This provocative interdisciplinary series explores the historic and cultural significance of the atom in the United States . In order to fully understand the ways people have utilized and characterized nuclear weapons, atomic energy, and other related research, we invite scholarship from a number of relevant fields such as history, sociology, geology, political science, popular culture, environmental history, and American studies.

All proposals for the Atomic History and Culture Series should follow the press submission guidelines, and will be evaluated by the press acquisitions staff and the series editors, as well as outside experts.

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