Essays

Here are some selected essays.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “‘A Glaring Defect in the System’: Nuclear Safeguards and the Invisibility of Technology,” in Roland Popp, Liviu Horovitz, and Andreas Wenger, eds., Negotiating the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: Origins of the Nuclear Order (New York: Routledge, 2016), pp. 203-219.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin and Linda M. Richards, “Beyond the Lucky Dragon: Japanese Scientists and Fallout Discourse in the 1950s,” Historia Scientiarum: International Journal of the History of Science Society of Japan 25:1 (2015), 36-56.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Quickening Nature’s Pulse: Atomic Agriculture at the International Atomic Energy Agency,” Dynamis 35:2 (2015), 389-408.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Reagan’s Environmental Legacy,” in Andrew L. Johns, ed., A Companion to Ronald Reagan (Malden, Mass.: Wiley, 2015), pp. 257-275.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Seeing the Oceans in the Shadow of Bergen Values,” Isis 105:2 (2014), 352-363.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “The Nuclearization of Iran in the 1970s,” Diplomatic History 38:5 (2014), 1114-1135.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, Author Response to Roundtable on Arming Mother Nature in H-Environment Roundtable Reviews 4:5 (2014).

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Ecology Lessons from the Cold War,” New York Times (May 30, 2013), A23.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “We Tried to Weaponize the Weather,” Salon (Apr 27, 3013)

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “The Vulnerability of Nations: Food Security in the Aftermath of World War II,” Global Environment 10 (2012) [actually published in July 2013], 42-65

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Environmental Dimensions of World War II,” in Thomas W. Zeiler, ed., with Daniel M. DuBois, A Companion to World War II (Malden, Mass.: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013), 698-716.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Fukushima and the Motifs of Nuclear History,” Environmental History 17:2 (2012), 285-299.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “A Global Contamination Zone: Early Cold War Planning for Environmental Warfare,” in J. R. McNeill and Corinna R. Unger, ed., Environmental Histories of the Cold War (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 85-114

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Environmentalism for the Atlantic Alliance: NATO’s Experiment with the ‘Challenges of Modern Society,’” Environmental History 15:1 (2010), 54-75

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Let there be Light… and Bread: the United Nations, the Developing World, and Atomic Energy’s Green Revolution,” History and Technology 25 (2009), 25-48

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Gods and Devils in the Details: Marine Pollution, Radioactive Waste, and an Environmental Regime circa 1972,” Diplomatic History 32 (2008), 539-560

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Les Politiques de Coopération Scientifique Internationale, ou L’Abandon du ‘S’ dans le Sigle UNESCO,” in 60 Ans d’Histoire de L’UNESCO (Paris: UNESCO, 2007), 379-387

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Mastery of Landscapes and Seascapes: Science at the Strategic Poles during the International Geophysical Year,” in Keith R. Benson and Helen M. Rozwadowski, ed., Extremes: Oceanography’s Adventures at the Poles. Sagamore Beach: Science History Publications, 2007, 201-225

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “‘A Dispassionate and Objective Effort:’ Negotiating the First Study on the Biological Effects of Atomic Radiation,” Journal of the History of Biology 40 (2007), 147-177

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Exorcising Ghosts in the Age of Automation: United Nations Experts and Atoms for Peace,” Technology and Culture 47 (2006), 734–756

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Hallowed Lords of the Sea: Scientific Authority and Radioactive Waste in the United States, Britain, and France,” Osiris 21 (2006), 209–228

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Environmental Diplomacy in the Cold War: the Disposal of Radioactive Waste at Sea during the 1960s,” International History Review 24:2 (2002), 348–375

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “The Navy’s ‘Sophisticated’ Pursuit of Science: Undersea Warfare, the Limits of Internationalism, and the Utility of Basic Research, 1945–1956,” Isis 93:1 (2002), 1–27

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Visions of International Scientific Cooperation: the Case of Oceanic Science, 1920–1955,” Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy 38:4 (2000), 393–423

Jacob Darwin Hamblin, “Science in Isolation: American Marine Geophysics Research, 1950–1968,” Physics in Perspective 2:3 (2000), 293–312

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