Shannon Cram participates in a symposium at Duke University

Shannon Cram presented at the Politics of Dwelling in the Anthropocene symposium at Duke University. Hosted by the Asian Pacific Studies Institute, the symposium centered around two primary questions: “How do anthropogenic activities both jeopardize and constitute the very grounds of our coexistence? How do people navigate complex landscapes amidst global realities of unsettling disparities, contested sovereignties, and deteriorating environments?” Cram and fellow nuclear scholar Jieun Cho presented work about the intimate daily politics of remediation in the US and Japan.