In what ways have individuals and communities “known” about radiation exposure? The ways of assessing, investigating, and ultimately understanding human and environmental contamination have differed among historians, public health officials, victim advocacy groups, uranium miners, health physicists, politicians, Tribal leaders, engineers, epidemiologists, and computer scientists, to name a few. What kinds of concepts, methods, worldviews, and techniques have shaped thinking, and what kinds have been cast aside? What is at stake in such ways of knowing?
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday June 19-21, 2019, Memorial Union 211.
FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
FMI, please visit http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/downwinders/events/ways-of-knowing-and-radiation-exposure/
Wednesday, June 19
Memorial Union Building (MU), 211
2501 SW Jefferson Way, Corvallis, OR 97331