US historian Kate Brown’s new book on the Chernobyl nuclear accident in 1986 has received international acclaim. Come and hear her talk.
What forces can empower survival and the art of living on a damaged planet? Her research has taken her to Europe’s largest wetlands—the Pripyat Marshes at the border of the Ukraine and Belarus—a site of multi-generational experiences of suffering from revolution, wars, genocide, and chemical and nuclear catastrophe.
Admission is free but booking required.
3 Charles Street