Interview: Andrei Stsiapanau was interviewed for the Lithuanian media LRT on the post-electoral mobilization in Belarus and the launch of the Astravets nuclear power plant constructed in Belarus on the border with Lithuania in the context of the bilateral relationships. He discussed the issues of the decommission of the Iganlina NPP in Lithuania and how this experience could impact the actual nuclear geopolitics in the region. The interview (in Lithuanian) is available here (published September 2020).
Interview: Andrei Stsiapanau was interviewed by PhD student Alicia Gutting, for the Nuclear Waters website. The interview is available here (published May 2020).
Interview: Anna Storm was interviewed by science journalist Thomas Heldmark, for the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond website. The interview (in Swedish) is available here (published October 2019).
Photo prize and interview: Photographer Kristoffer Granath was awarded the Museum of Work’s documentary photo prize for his pictures of Barsebäck nuclear power plant. In an article in Helsingborgs Dagblad about Granath and the prize, journalist Johan Malmberg also interviewed Anna Storm. The article (in Swedish) is available here: HD191019 (published 19 October 2019).
Youtube series and podcast: The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority, SSM, produces a Youtube series called “Avvecklingsresan” (“The winding up journey”) and a podcast called “Strålsäkert” (“Radiation safe”). In part three of the series, Anna Storm participated in the panel discussion, Stockholm, Sweden (2019).
Network: Nuclear Cultural Heritage: From Knowledge to Practice aims to establish links between national and international nuclear cultural heritage researchers and the heritage sector on the one hand, and the nuclear sector on the other. Led by Atomic Heritage project member Eglė Rindzevičiūtė.
E-mail list: Humanities and Social Sciences Research on Nuclear Issues, a discussion list for humanities and social sciences scholars from different disciplines (anthropology, economy, history, political science, sociology, etc.) researching nuclear and nuclear-related issues. Join discussions by signing up here.
E-mail list: The Nuclear Culture Research Group, an interdisciplinary group of artists, curators and scholars in the nuclear arts and humanities. Join discussions by signing up at here.
Broadcast: The Swedish radio program Kulturpoddar i P1 features nuclear history and heritage, Barsebäcks berättelser och kärnavfall i framtiden, including an interview with Anna Storm (2018).
Photo essay by project affiliated Kasia Keeley about Hanford, US, published in the online magazine Edge Effects, Photographing Plutonium’s Invisible Legacy (2018).
Exhibition at Malmö Art Museum, Malmö, Sweden (24 February – 26 August 2018): Perpetual Uncertainty – art and radioactivity.
Project website for the Atomic Heritage research team’s previous project. Nuclear Legacies: Negotiating radioactivity in France, Russia and Sweden (2015-2018).