Dr. N.A.J. Taylor is an Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Deakin University and a Visiting Fellow at The University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia. His areas of specialisation are International Ethics and Environmental Philosophy, which he investigates via the problem of nuclear harm. His first major contribution to the theory and practice of Environment and Governance was recognised in 2007, when UniSuper—Australia’s university pension scheme—awarded him the inaugural prize for ethical and responsible investment research. Taylor’s current research project, Australia’s Nuclear Archive, approaches the Australian nuclear fuel cycle as future cultural and environmental heritage. His passion for textual and visual narratives has led him to serve on the editorial board of Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts at The University of Melbourne, and several advisory boards, including the Atomic Photographers Guild in Canada and the Consequences of Radiation Exposure Museum in the United States.
For more on N.A.J Taylor’s projects see: https://nuclearhumanities.org