PublicationsAtomic Photographers Guild
Selected Publications (books, essays, articles, reviews) by and about members of the Atomic Photographers Guild.
Baillargeon, Claude (author) McMillan, David (photographer). Growth and Decay: Pripyat and the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone Göttingen, Germany: Steidl, 2019.
Conley, Christine. Material, Trace, Trauma: Notes on some recent acquisitions at the Canadian War Museum and the Legacy of WWII Canadian Military History Journal, Vol. 26, No. 1, Winter 2017. 1–19.
Crnkovich, James and Robert Del Tredici. Atomic America. 2017.
Cuthbertson, Christina. “The Book Unbound.” Daughters of Uranium: Mary Kavanagh. Canada: Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2020. 101–112.
Decamous, Gabrielle. Invisible Colors: The Arts of the Atomic Age. Cambridge, United States: MIT Press, 2018.
Delevigne, Lionel and Anna Gyorgy. To the Village Square: From Montague to Fukushima: 1975–2014. Prospectus Press, 2014.
Del Tredici, Robert. The People of Three Mile Island. First Edition. San Francisco: Random House, 1982.
Del Tredici, Robert. At Work in the Fields of the Bomb. New York, United States: Harper & Row, 1987.
Del Tredici, Robert. “Romancing the Atom.” Northern Lights VI (I): 22–25, 1990.
Del Tredici, Robert. “Romancing the Atom.” Views: The Journal of Photography in New England, 10:3, 3–6. 1989.
Del Tredici, Robert. “The Atomic Photographers Guild.” Nuclear Matters. San Francisco: Camera Works, 1991.
Del Tredici, Robert. “Trinity: Fifty Years After.” Creative Camera (June-July), 1995.
Elkins, James (author), elin o’Hara slavick (photographer). After Hiroshima. Chapel Hill: Daylight Books, 2013.
Paul Dosh (author) and James Lerager (photographer). Demanding the Land: Urban Popular Movements in Peru and Ecuador, 1990–2005. Penn State University Press, 2010.
Fields, Alison. “The Atomic Photographers Guild: Witnessing Nuclear Legacies.” In Discordant Memories: Atomic Age Narratives and Visual Culture. 129–70. Norman, United States: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020.
Fitzpatrick, Blake and Jonathan Bordo (eds). Place Matters, “Hibakujumaku,” (by Katy McCormick). Proceeds from the International Conference of Critical Topography: Investigations of Landscapes. Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022 (in press).
Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Mary Kavanagh: Embodied Politics | La politique incarnée.” Ciel Variable: Art Photo Médias Culture, Montréal, Spring-Summer 2020 Issue. 32–41.
Fitzpatrick, Blake, and Robert Del Tredici. “Port Hope in the Era of Nuclear Waste.” Through Post-Atomic Eyes, Claudette Lauzon and John O’Brian (eds). Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020. 46–64.
Fitzpatrick, Blake. “From Above: Critical Distance, Aerial Views, and Counter-Images.” Critical Distance in Documentary Media, Gerda Cammaer, Blake Fitzpatrick, Bruno Lessard (eds). London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 129–148.
Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Atomic Photographs Below the Surface.” John O’Brian (ed). Camera Atomica, The Art Gallery of Ontario and Black Dog Press, 2015. 164–179.
Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Atomic Photographs in a Fallout Shelter,” The Cultural Work of the Photograph in Canada. Andrea Kunard and Carol Payne (eds). McGill–Queens University Press, Montréal, 2011. 195–211.
Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Atomic Afterimages.” History of Photography, 32 (2): 2008. 176–87.
Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Disaster Topographics.” Image and Inscription: An Anthology of Contemporary Canadian Photography. Robert Bean (ed). Toronto: Gallery 44 and YYZ Books, 2005. 53–63.
Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Archival Strategies at Work.” Fuse, Volume 27, Number 3, Sep 2004.
Fitzpatrick, Blake. “Making Visible: Photography, Witnessing and the Nuclear Era.” Ph.D., Canada: University of Toronto Press, 2002.
Fitzpatrick, Blake. Visibility and Invisibility in the Nuclear Era. Toronto, Canada: The Toronto Photographers Workshop, 2001.
Fitzpatrick, Blake. Uranium Landscapes. The Art Gallery of Peterborough, 2000.
Gallagher, Carole. “Thank you, Mr. Avedon.” Filling the Hole in the Nuclear Future. Robert Jacobs (ed). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2010.
Gallagher, Carole. American Ground Zero: The Secret Nuclear War. Random House, 1994.
Goin, Peter and Michon Mackedon. Bombast: Spinning Atoms in the Desert. Nevada: Black Rock Institute Press, 2010.
Goin, Peter. Nuclear Landscapes (Creating the North American Landscape). Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, 1991.
Halden, Grace. Three Mile Island: The Meltdown Crisis and Nuclear Power in American Popular Culture. Critical Moments in American History: Routledge Press, 2017.
Hepner, Abbey. The Light at the End of History, Daylight Books, 2021
Higuchi, Kenji. Photo Document: Japan’s Nuclear Power Plants. Tokyo, Japan: Origin, 1979.
Kostin, Igor, and Thomas Johnson. Chernobyl: Confessions of a Reporter. Brooklyn, United States: Umbrage Editions, 2006.
Lauzon, Claudette and John O’Brian (eds). Through Post-Atomic Eyes. Canada: McGill-Queens University Press, 2020.
Matsushige, Yoshito. Atomic Bomb Photo Testament: A Collection of Photographs By the Photographers Who Survived the Bombing in Hiroshima, 1996.
Nagatani, Patrick, Desire for Magic: Patrick Nagatani 1978–2008. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2010.
Nagatani, Patrick. Nuclear Enchantment. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1991.
O’Brian, John. The Bomb in the Wilderness: Photography and Nuclear Experience in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2020.
O’Brian, John (ed). Camera Atomica: Photographing the Nuclear World. London, U.K.: Black Dog Publishing, 2014.
O’Brian, John. “Mary Kavanagh: Atomic Suite.” BorderCrossings, Volume 31, No. 4, Issue No. 124, 2012.
Reckitt, Helena, Paul Shambroom Picturing Power. Minneapolis: Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota).
Ruwedel Mark. Mark Ruwedel, Toronto: Steidl/Scotiabank, 2015.
Ruwedel Mark. The Italian Navigator. Toronto and Montréal: Art 45, Stephen Bulger Gallery and Galarie Francoise Paviot, 2000.
Ruwedel Mark. The Hanford Stretch. Vancouver, 1993.
Sharman, Lindsey V. “ | Flu | War | Breath | Cloud | . ” Daughters of Uranium: Mary Kavanagh. Canada: Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2020. 133–137.
Sharman, Lindsey V. “Constituent Parts: Recent Portraiture in Canadian Military Art.” Canadian Military History Journal, Vol. 26: Issue 1, Winter 2017. 1–27.
Shambroom, Paul. Face to Face with the Bomb: Nuclear Reality after the Cold War. Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, 2003.
Taylor, Bryan C. “Nuclear Pictures and Metapictures,” American Literary History. 9 (3), Fall, 1997.
Taylor, N.A.J. 2017a “An Ecology of Antipodean Nuclear Art,” 26. University of Montréal, Montréal, Canada, 2017.
Taylor, N.A.J. 2017b. “An Ecology of Antipodean Nuclear Art.” Cultural Enquiry Research Group, 25. Federation University, Ballarat, Australia.
Taylor, N.A.J. 2018. “Situated Nuclear Knowledges: An Ecology of Antipodean Nuclear Art.” Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts, no. 5: 13.
Taylor, N.A.J. 2019a. “The Visual Politics of Oceanic Nuclear Colonialism.” Philosophical Foundation and Historical Circulation of Ideas in Nuclear Disarmament Conference. Paris, France.
Taylor, N.A.J. 2019b. “Pam Debenham’s Antipodean Nuclear Feminism,” 25. California, U.S.
Taylor, N.A.J. 2019c. “(In)Visibility and Oceanic Nuclear Art: The Figure of Biological Life, the Mushroom Cloud Motif, and Experiential Nuclear Knowledges.” Ecology and New Materialism in Process, 10. Canberra, Australia: Environment and Governance Research Group, University of New South Wales.
Taylor, N.A.J. 2020. “The Visual Politics of Maralinga: (Re)Presentations, Vulnerabilities and Experiences.” Journal of the History of Biology.
Taylor, N.A.J., Paul Brown, and Ellise Barkley (eds). 2018a. “Special Issue: Reimagining Maralinga.” Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts, 2000.
Taylor, N.A.J. 2018b. “Why Reimagine Maralinga?” Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts. no. 4: 3 [Online].
Taylor, N.A.J., and Robert Jacobs. 2015. “Editorial: Re-Imagining Hiroshima.” Critical Military Studies. 1 (2): 99–101.
van Wyck, Peter C. “Reading the Remains.” Daughters of Uranium: Mary Kavanagh. Canada: Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2020. 45–53.
van Wyck, Peter C. The Highway of the Atom. Canada: McGill-Queens University Press, 2010.
van Wyck, Peter C. Signs of Danger: Waste, Trauma, and Nuclear Threat. Vol. 26. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005.
van Wyck, Peter C. Primitives in the Wilderness: Deep Ecology and the Missing Human Subject. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997.
Wilkinson, Jayne. “A Radioactive Domestic.” Daughters of Uranium: Mary Kavanagh. Canada: Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 2020. 73–83.