Publications

Camilleri, Joseph A., Michael Hamel-Green, Marianne Hanson, Michális S. Michael, and N.A.J. Taylor. 2013. Athens Dialogue on a Middle East Zone Free of Nuclear and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction as Well as Their Means of Delivery. Athens, Greece: European Public Law Organization. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J., ed. 2020. Jahnne Pasco-White: Kin. Melbourne, Australia: Art Ink and Unlikely Publishing. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2020. “Marking the Australian Nuclear Fuel Cycle as Future Cultural and Environmental Heritage.” In Humanities on the Brink: Energy, Environment, Emergency. Santa Barbara, United States: The University of California at Santa Barbara. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2020. “The Visual Politics of Maralinga: (Re)Presentations, Vulnerabilities and Experiences.” Journal of the History of Biology Forthcoming. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2020. “Making Kin.” In Jahnne Pasco-White: Kin, edited by N.A.J. Taylor. Melbourne, Australia: Art Ink and Unlikely Publishing. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2019. “Encounters with Nuclear Space and Time.” Arena 162 (162): 42–46. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J., and Robert Jacobs. 2015. “Editorial: Re-Imagining Hiroshima.” Critical Military Studies 1 (2): 99–101. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J., and Robert Jacobs, eds. 2015. “Special Issue: Re-Imagining Hiroshima.” Critical Military Studies 1 (2): 100. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J., and Robert Jacobs, eds. 2017. Reimagining Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Nuclear Humanities in the Post-Cold War. War, Politics and Experience. London, U.K.: Routledge. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J., and Russell Marks. 2010. “Bit of Shush Please, It’s a Library.” The Age, November 12, 2010. https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/bit-of-shush-please-its-a-library-20101112-17q7s.html. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2010. “Hello Israel, Might We Talk about Your Nukes?” Eureka Street, June 4, 2010. https://www.eurekastreet.com.au/article.aspx?aeid=21712. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J., and Scott Donald. 2007. “Sustainable Investing: A Roadmap for Fiduciaries.” In , 20. Sydney, Australia: Russell Investment Group. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2011. “What’s the Harm in Selling Uranium to India?,” November 30, 2011. http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2011/11/20111124133339485415.html. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J., Paul Brown, and Ellise Barkely, eds. 2018. “Special Issue: Reimagining Maralinga.” Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts, 200. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J., Paul Brown, and Ellise Barkley, eds. 2018. Reimagining Maralinga. 5. Melbourne, Australia: Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts. Cite
Fishel, Stefanie R., and N.A.J. Taylor, eds. 2017. “Special Issue: Internal Relations.” Borderlands E-Journal 16 (2): 100. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2011. “The Bomb Iran Contagion – This Blog Harms.” Crikey - This Blog Harms. November 14, 2011. https://blogs.crikey.com.au/this-blog-harms/2011/11/14/iranians-nuclear-contagion-dont-believe-the-hype/. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2014. “Rethinking Cosmopolitan Solidarity:  Nuclear Harm from a Cosmic Point of View.” In Global Challenges in a Nuclear-Armed World. Bristol, England: British International Studies Association Working Group on Global Nuclear Order. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2017. “Marking Nuclear Harm: Art for the Anthropocene.” In . Montréal, Canada. http://fromtrinitytofukushima.wordpress.com. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 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, 10. Canberra, Australia: Environment and Governance Research Group, University of New South Wales. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2019. “Manifesto for an Archive of Nuclear Harm.” In Environmental Humanities: Modes of Thinking and Being Ecological Conference, 3. Linköping, Sweden: The Seed Box: Environmental Humanities Collaboratory. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2013. “The Practice of Harm in The Battle of Algiers.” OpenDemocracy, March 18, 2013. http://www.opendemocracy.net/najtaylor/practice-of-harm-in-battle-of-algiers. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2015. “A Response to Andrew Hustwaite’s Launches.” Tinning Street Gallery, Melbourne, Australia. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J., Joseph A. Camilleri, and Michael Hamel-Green. 2013. “Dialogue on Middle East Biological, Nuclear, and Chemical Weapons Disarmament Constraints and Opportunities.” Alternatives: Global, Local, Political 38 (1): 78–98. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2019. “Manifesto for an Archive of Nuclear Harm.” Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities 7 (1): 64–67. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2018. “The Problem of Nuclear Harm: An Ethical Ecology.” Ph.D. Thesis, Brisbane, Australia: The University of Queensland. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2019. “The Visual Politics of Oceanic Nuclear Colonialism.” In Philosophical Foundation and Historical Circulation of Ideas in Nuclear Disarmament Conference. Paris, France. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J., and Robert Jacobs. 2017. “Introduction: On Hiroshima Becoming History.” In Reimagining Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Nuclear Humanities in the Post-Cold War, edited by N.A.J. Taylor and Robert Jacobs, 1–12. War, Politics and Experience. London, U.K.: Routledge. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2012. “Dialogue, Difference and Disarmament.” In Middle East without Weapons of Mass Destruction: Civil Society Input Conference, 15. Helsinki, Finland. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2009. “In Sickness and in Health: An Ecological Approach to Australia’s Health and Wellbeing.” Melbourne, Australia: Australian Government Preventative Health Taskforce. Cite Download
Donald, M. Scott, and N.A.J. Taylor. 2008. “Does ‘Sustainable’ Investing Compromise the Fiduciary Duties Owed by Superannuation Trustees?” Australian Business Law Review 36 (1): 47–61. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2017. “Sustainable Investing: A Roadmap for Fiduciaries.” In . Sydney, Australia. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2012. “A.Q. Khan’s Fourth Customer: India?” This Blog Harms. January 18, 2012. https://blogs.crikey.com.au/this-blog-harms/2012/01/18/a-q-khans-fourth-customer-india/. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2019. “Pam Debenham’s Antipodean Nuclear Feminism.” In , 25. California, U.S. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2018. “Situated Nuclear Knowledges: An Ecology of Antipodean Nuclear Art.” Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts, no. 5: 13. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2018. “The Problem of Nuclear Harm for Andrew Linklater, Lorraine Elliott and Other Contemporary Cosmopolitans.” Global Society 32 (1): 111–26. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2016. Nuclear Deferral. Photographic Images and Words. Memory of Mankind, Hallstadt, Austria. https://www.whitman.edu/about/facilities/maxey-museum/current-exhibits/nuclear-deferral. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2016. Nuclear Deferral. Photographic Images and Words. Maxey Museum for Man and Nature, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA, United States. https://www.whitman.edu/about/facilities/maxey-museum/current-exhibits/nuclear-deferral. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2017. Nuclear Deferral. Photographic Images and Words. Postcards from the Anthropocene: Unsettling the Geopolitics of Representation” symposium at the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland. http://www.postcardsfromtheanthropocene.com/. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J., Paul Brown, and Ellise Barkley. 2018. “Why Reimagine Maralinga?” Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts, no. 4: 3 [Online]. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2009. “The Grey Matter.” The Big Issue, August 28, 2009. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2018. “Towards a Narrative Nuclear Politics: From Trinity to Monte Bello, Emu and Maralinga.” In Telling the Stories of Radiation Exposure Workshop, 15. Corvallis, Oregon. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2016. Nuclear Deferral. Photographic Images and Words. http://www.c3artspace.com.au/andrew-hustwaite-n-a-j-taylor/. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2012. “Teargas: Or, the State as Atmo-Terrorist.” Al Jazeera English, May 2, 2012. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2013. “Submission to the Public Consultation on Australia’s Sanctions Relating to Iran.” Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2011. “Submission to the Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Legislation Committee on the Criminal Code Amendment (Cluster Munitions Prohibition) Bill 2010.” Melbourne, Australia. Cite Download
Taylor, N.A.J. 2011. “Uranium Exportation Argy-Bargy: The Lowy Institute v This Blog Harms.” Crikey, December 12, 2011. https://www.crikey.com.au/2011/12/12/uranium-exportation-argy-bargy-the-lowy-institute-v-this-blog-harms/. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2011. “November 1: The 100th Anniversary of the Air Raid.” This Blog Harms. November 1, 2011. https://blogs.crikey.com.au/this-blog-harms/2011/11/01/100-years-since-the-first-air-raid/. Cite
Taylor, N.A.J. 2013. “Will Australia Erode or Build Trust with Iran?” The Guardian, July 15, 2013. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/jul/15/iran-australia-nuclear-weapons-sanctions. Cite