More Than Human: Introduction and Overview

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Provides an introductory essay, “The More-Than-Human World and Nuclear Studies: Ecological, Posthuman, and Indigenous Thought,” and an overview of the More Than Human Module, including questions for discussion learning activity based on essay.

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  • 1. Learn to critically engage with maps in order to reorder their established sense of the world, deconstruct hegemonic ways of looking at the world, introduce a decolonial perspective, connect to the natural world, and change our way of seeing. 2. Identify radioactive spaces and places and their interrelations across the natural world and evaluate the environmental impacts of radiotoxicity on the more-than-human world. 3. Inter-relate ecological and nuclear colonialism to rethink ecological protection. 4. Critically reflect on prospects for environmental justice and more just relations within the more-than-human world.

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