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- The Billboard Campaign: The Los Alamos Study Group and the Nuclear Public Sphere
- Blood and the Bomb: Atomic Cities, Nuclear Kinship, and Queer Vampires
- Cultures Of Insecurity: States, Communities, and the Production of Danger
- States of Insecurity: Plutonium and Post-Cold War Anxiety in New Mexico, 1992–96
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The Billboard Campaign: The Los Alamos Study Group and the Nuclear Public Sphere
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Blood and the Bomb: Atomic Cities, Nuclear Kinship, and Queer Vampires
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This chapter considers how national anxieties over communism, queerness, and nuclear war were mobilized in vampire films set during the Cold War. Hannabach argues that queer possibilities lurk in the way these films represent blood, sex, race, and kinship. Hannabach traces the imperial history of Los Alamos as a nuclear city, as well as the racial, sexual, and gender norms shaping American national identity, military policy, and popular culture. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.
Cultures Of Insecurity: States, Communities, and the Production of Danger
The authors present studies whose topics range from traditional security concerns, such as the Cuban missile crisis, the Korean War, and he Middle East, to less conventional issues, including the Internet and national security, multiculturalism and regional economy in New Mexico. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….
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States of Insecurity: Plutonium and Post-Cold War Anxiety in New Mexico, 1992–96
- Ты меня недооценил, сынок. Никто позволивший себе угрожать жизни моего сотрудника не выйдет отсюда. - Он поднес телефон к уху и рявкнул: - Коммутатор. Соедините меня со службой безопасности. Хейл начал выворачивать шею Сьюзан. - Я-я…я убью. Клянусь, убью.
О кольце он позаботиться не успел, слова пришли сами. Именно это и нравилось ей в нем - спонтанность решений. Она надолго прижалась губами к его губам. Он обвил ее руками, и они сами собой начали стягивать с нее ночную рубашку.
Most would be surprised to learn that the s witnessed not a post–Cold War movement States, and much of that nuclear infrastructure is located in New Mexico. For in New. Mexico to “use the tourists to get rid of the plutonium, or the plutonium to get rid States of insecurity: Plutonium and post–Cold War anxiety.