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Conference Papers

Taylor NAJ, 2019, '(In)visibility and Oceanic nuclear art: the figure of biological life, the mushroom cloud motif, and experiential nuclear knowledges', in Ecology and New Materialism in Process, Environment and Governance Research Group, University of New South Wales, pp. 10 - 10

Taylor NAJ, 2019, 'Manifesto for an Archive of Nuclear Harm', in Environmental Humanities: Modes of Thinking and Being Ecological Conference, The Seed Box: Environmental Humanities Collaboratory, pp. 3 - 3

Taylor NAJ, 2019, 'Pam Debenham’s Antipodean nuclear feminism', pp. 25 - 25

Taylor NAJ, 2019, 'The visual politics of Oceanic nuclear colonialism', in Philosophical Foundation and Historical Circulation of Ideas in Nuclear Disarmament Conference

Taylor NAJ, 2018, 'Towards a narrative nuclear politics: From Trinity to Monte Bello, Emu and Maralinga', in Telling the Stories of Radiation Exposure Workshop, pp. 15 - 15

Taylor NAJ, 2017, 'After Shock—A post-Fukushima Artist’s Talk', in Panel discussion at the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts (TOPA)

Taylor NAJ, 2017, 'An ecology of Antipodean nuclear art', pp. 26 - 26

Taylor NAJ, 2017, 'An ecology of Antipodean nuclear art', in Cultural Enquiry Research Group, pp. 25 - 25

Taylor NAJ, 2017, 'Earth ethics on nuclear time', in Reimagining the Politics and Ethics of Space for the Anthropocene

Taylor NAJ, 2017, 'Marking nuclear harm: Art for the Anthropocene', http://fromtrinitytofukushima.wordpress.com/

Taylor NAJ, 2017, 'Marking nuclear harm: Atomic art for the Anthropocene'

Taylor NAJ, 2016, 'Is there an ecological path to a nuclear-weapon free world?'

Aistrope T; Gifkins J; Taylor NAJ, 2016, 'Responsibly protecting Syrians: Reconciling R2P with the chemical weapons taboo', in Seventh Oceanic Conference on International Studies

Fishel S; Taylor NAJ, 2016, 'What are Internal Relations?'

Taylor NAJ, 2015, 'Explorations in Antipodean nuclear thinking: Val Routley/Plumwood and Richard Routley/Sylvan', in The Seed Box: Environmental Humanities Collaboratory and The Posthumanities Hub, pp. 13 - 13

Taylor NAJ, 2015, 'Nuclear ethics as ecological ethics', in British International Studies Association Annual Conference, pp. 9 - 9

Taylor NAJ, 2015, 'Nuclear visions: Suffering between living and dying', in Creative Arts and Nuclear Futures conference, Queensland Institute of Technology, pp. 10 - 10

Taylor NAJ, 2015, 'The denuclearisation puzzle: Squaring IR theory with the nuclear-weapon-free zone’.', in Global Nuclear Order: Power, Challenges and Responses, pp. 9 - 9

Taylor NAJ, 2014, 'Rethinking cosmopolitan solidarity: Nuclear harm from a cosmic point of view', in Environmental Philosophy and the Anthropocene Epoch, International Society for Environmental Ethics, International Association for Environmental Philosophy, Center for Environmental Philosophy

Taylor NAJ, 2014, 'Rethinking cosmopolitan solidarity: Nuclear harm from a cosmic point of view', in Global Challenges in a Nuclear-Armed World, British International Studies Association Working Group on Global Nuclear Order

Taylor NAJ, 2012, 'Dialogue, difference and disarmament', in Middle East without Weapons of Mass Destruction: Civil Society Input Conference, pp. 15 - 15

Taylor NAJ, 2011, 'Teaching social science as a language: From terroriser to gatekeeper of understanding', in Lumen International Scientific Conference, Lumen, pp. 7 - 7

Taylor NAJ, 2010, 'Assessing the legal and ethical dimensions of the arms industry', in Melbourne Forum on Doctoral Legal Research, University of Melbourne, pp. 10 - 10

Taylor NAJ, 2010, 'Business and human rights in the Middle East', pp. 7 - 7

Taylor NAJ, 2010, 'Prospects for a denuclearised Middle East', pp. 21 - 21

Taylor NAJ, 2009, 'Ethics, sustainability and the institutional investment industry', in Opportunities Beyond Carbon Conference, CleanTech Australia, pp. 13 - 13

Haigh M; Shapiro M; Taylor NAJ, 2009, 'The science of climate discourse'

Taylor NAJ; Donald S, 2007, 'Sustainable Investing: A roadmap for fiduciaries', Russell Investment Group, pp. 20 - 20


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