Welcome to the Chernobyl Resource Page! On this site, you will find general information and a collection of further reading about the Chernobyl disaster and its aftermath.

This page is a long-term project of Dr. Sarah Phillips and her anthropology seminar class on Chernobyl at Indiana University Bloomington. This course is crosslisted in the Department of Anthropology and the Russian and East European Institute.  To view a course description and reading list for the course in Microsoft Word format, click here.

Its content has been produced by IU students and faculty, as well as other scholars working on Chernobyl. For more information about this site's creators, visit the about this site page.

The Frequently Asked Questions about Chernobyl is a good place to start. If you're looking for additional reading on the internet, visit our collection of links. This site also maintains a small archive of locally-hosted scholarly articles about Chernobyl, and maintains a more comprehensive bibliography containing information about articles and books in print.

For less scholarly but still interesting and sundry facts about Chernobyl, visit the Chernobyl Trivia page.

And don't leave without visiting our photo gallery for images of Chernobyl!

Enjoy your visit, and feel free to contact us if there's something you'd like to see on this site.

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