Janet Farrell Brodie
Janet Farrell Brodie is a professor of history at Claremont Graduate University. Her recent work examines institutional and individual engagements with the radiation from atomic weapons. Through her teaching, research, and writing, she focuses on the first decade after World War II when civilians in wide-ranging fields and institutions across America grappled with the mysteries of nuclear radiation and with the new imperatives of national security secrecy surrounding anything to do with nuclear energy.
- Secrecy and the rand Corporation in Early Cold-War America
- The Complicated History of Radiation Knowledge from the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombs