Robert Del Tredici

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Robert Del Tredici is a Canadian photographer, artist and teacher, who documented the impact of the 1979 Three Mile Island accident on the community. His first book of photographs and interviews, The People of Three Mile Island (Sierra Club Books, 1980), was a social critique of nuclear power. His second book, At Work in the Fields of the Bomb (Harper & Row, 1987), discussed the US nuclear weapons industry and won the 1987 Olive Branch Book Award for its contribution to world peace.[1]

Del Tredici has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy, and a master’s in comparative literature. He currently teaches photography and the history of animated film in Concordia University in Montreal.[2]

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  1. ^ Robert Del Tredici
  2. ^ Photographer captured impact of TMI accident on community