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Ch.トゥニ&吉本光宏(共)編/福島原発事故後の惑星的空気と都市社会

Planetary Atmospheres and Urban Society After Fukushima . 1st ed. 2017

Thouny, Christophe (EDT)   Yoshimoto, Mitsuhiro (EDT)

Palgrave Macmillan 2017/01
XIV, 218 p. 10 illus.
出版国: SG
ISBN: 9789811020063
eISBN: 9789811020070
KNPID: EY00151496
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Full Description

This collection examines the event of Fukushima in Japan in terms of urban sociology and cultural politics to portray the triple catastrophe of March 2011 as both a planetary event and a dual economic and environmental crisis which indelibly marked Japan and the wider global community. The contributors examine how this new situation has been expressed in particular cultural forms (literature, film), political discourses and urban everyday life in Tokyo and Fukushima, arguing for an imperative need to redefine the national frame of analysis in terms of the concept of the planetary. Building on recent debates in ecocriticism, Planetary Atmospheres and Urban Life After Fukushima deconstructs the spatial logic of containment that reduces the event of Fukushima to a place-bound object to instead reinscribe this event within an open narrative of the planetary. This we believe will allow us to redefine our topologies of attachment to local places beside national discourses of unity, resilience and global strategies of risk management, and open the way to a radical rethink of Japan’s cultural politics of Japan after March 2011.

Table of Contents

1 "Dying Wisdom" and "Living Madness" by Satoshi Ukai.- 2 Nuclear Disaster and Bubbles by Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto.- 3 How can I Love my Radioactive Tuna? Planetary Love in Shono Yoriko by Christophe Thouny.- 4 Brave New Sanriku: Recovering from 3.11 by Ramona Bajema.- 5 From Atomic Fission to Splitting Areas of Expertise: When Politics Prevails Over Scientific Proof by Cecile Asanuma-Brice.- 6 Reconstruction of Marginality: Tokyo Bay Area in the Great East Japan Earthquake by Tadahito Yamamoto.- 7 Ecosophy and Planetary Writing by Toshiya Ueno.- 8 In Time for the War: 3/11 After Cinema by Philip Kaffen.- 9 The Gesture from Fukushima Daiichi; The Voice in Furukawa Hideo by Doug Slaymaker.- Conclusion by Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto.