BA (Hons) in Politics, Psychology and Sociology (PPS), University of Cambridge
Sumiko is interested in exploring the history of nuclear weapons and nuclear power from radiation risk perspective: how radiation risk has been understood, framed and weighed against other risks; and how such risk perceptions, in turn, have influenced nuclear policies. Sumiko previously worked for Peace Boat, a Japan-based international NGO. With Peace Boat, she travelled to over 20 countries with the atomic-bomb survivors, testifying to the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons.
Hatakeyama, S. Let Chromosomes Speak: The Cytogenetics Project at the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC). J Hist Biol (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10739-021-09628-7
Hatakeyama, S. and Akira Kawasaki. Navigating Disarmament Education: The Peace Boat Model. New York, NY: UNODA, 2020. https://www.un.org/disarmament/civil-society-and-disarmament-2020/
川崎哲・畠山澄子. 『マンガ入門 殺人ロボットがやってくる!?：軍事ドローンからロボット兵器まで』. 合同出版, 2018. https://www.godo-shuppan.co.jp/book/b474132.html
Global Radiation History: Living in the Atomic Age 1945-Present