Sue Rabbitt Roff rewrites old narratives with archival evidence in cold case reviews.
WHY DON’T WE TRUST GOVERNMENT STUDIES OF MULTIGENERATIONAL LEGACIES OF NUCLEAR TESTS IN THE PACIFIC? – Presented at a webinar under the auspices of the International Center for MultiGenerational Legacies of Trauma, 8th November, 2021 PROTECTING THE PRIMACY OF THE PRIMARY DOCUMENT IN NUCLEAR HISTORY – THE ROLE OF ARCHIVAL RESEARCH – Presented at Nuclear History and the Archive webinar, University of South Wales, UK, 7th Sept, 2021 Qui custodiet ipsos custodes? Counting down to the 1956 Melbourne Olympics – johnmenadue.com, July 2021 Archival Documents Reveal British H Bomb Was Developed In Australia Despite Denials – johnmenadue.com, June 2021 Review Essay: David Kemp. A Liberal State. How Australians Chose Liberalism over Socialism 1926-1966 – johnmenadue.com, May 2021 Wiped from history books: Menzies’ plan for the Jindivik pilotless bomber to finance Woomera – johnmenadue.com, January 2021 It’s surely time to come clean on Australia’s 1950s’ nuclear plans – johnmenadue.com, January 2021 The Ticking Time Bombs of Nuclear Australia – johnmenadue.com, December 2020 How an Australian ‘safety adviser’ detonated the world’s first atomic bomb – johnmenadue.com, July 2020 Mark Oliphant’s no-show at the British atomic and nuclear tests in Australia – the Fuchs factor – johnmenadue.com, June 2020 Why are files on British nuclear weapons development in Australia being removed from public access at the UK National Archives? – johnmenadue.com, January 2020 How Menzies Begged Macmillan For The Bomb – Meanjin blog, December 2019 Making the Jitterbug Work – Marcus Oliphant and the Manhattan Project – Atomic Heritage Foundation, May 30 2019 Cold War exhibition tries to airbrush Britain’s dark history of nuclear testing – The Conversation, May 2019 Peace activist or atomic spy? The curious case of a Cold War nuclear scientist – CNN, April 2019 Was Sir Mark Oliphant Australia’s – and Britain’s – J. Robert Oppenheimer? Meanjin blog, January 2019 Australia’s Nuclear Olympics – Melbourne 1956 Sir Mark Oliphant – Australia’s – and Britain’s – J. Robert Oppenheimer? Under-ascertainment of multiple myeloma among participants in UK atmospheric atomic and nuclear weapons tests – BMJ Occupational & Environmental Medicine, Volume 60, Issue 12, 2003 Sue’s nuclear bibliography – PubMed articles Sue’s nuclear bibliography – books and chapters Roff S. “Knocked over by a pile of bombs. Hasn’t felt well since.” Nuclear test veterans and the UK Ministry of Defence Pensions System” in Suzannah Linton (ed) Festschrift for Roger Clark. Brill/Niijhoff 2015 Roff, Sue Rabbitt. “Long-term Health Effects in UK Test Veterans” in Holdstock D and Barnaby F (eds) The British Nuclear Weapons Programme 1952-2002. Frank Cass London, Portland OR 2003 Roff, Sue Rabbitt. Hotspots: The Legacy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. London ; New York : Cassell, 1995 https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/21098359?q&versionId=25128861 http://www.nlb.gov.sg/biblio/8858704 Sue Rabbitt Roff. Overreaching in paradise: United States policy in Palau since 1945. Juneau, Alaska USA. Denali Press 1991