Is it possible to imagine a disused nuclear power plant as a monument or memory site, a trace in the landscape that tells of days gone by? Have our notions of what constitutes history and cultural heritage expanded to the degree that we can also include a physical setting whose meaning is so controversial, especially considering the current political relevance of nuclear power technology?
Postdoc at CBEES. Her dissertation
Hope and Rust: Reinterpreting the Industrial Place in the Late 20th Century was published in 2008.