Judul Asli: Walker, Brett. 2010. Toxic Archipelago: A History of Industrial Disease in Japan. University of Washington Press. Buku yang mudah dibaca ini menawarkan narasi inovatif tentang hubungan antara bangsa, penderitaan, dan polusi industri. Walker memaparkan analisa tajam atas sejumlah kasus
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This is an innovative and accessible narrative of multi-faceted relationships between a nation, pain, and industrial pollution. Walker offers fresh analyses of well-known cases in Japanese history, such as the Meiji period’s Ashio copper mine and the more recent Minamata and Itai-itai (“it hurts, it hurts”) diseases in the postwar period.
Kirby, Peter Wynn. Troubled Natures: Waste, Environment, Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2011. Troubled Natures by Peter Wynn Kirby illustrates culturally specific understandings of waste in Japan gleaned through anthropological analysis. Blurring the distinction between the “human” and the