A big thank you to Colgate University.
Financial, intellectual, logistical, and all other support for the "Nagasaki Atomic History and the Present" (copyright Aleksandr Sklyar, Georgia Butcher, and Benjamin Kelsey) comes from:
"Nagasaki and the Atomic Bombing Project"
Karen Harpp, Georgia Butcher, Benjamin Kelsey
Summer Research in Peace and Conflict Studies 2016
Peace and Conflict Studies Department, Colgate University
Colgate University Summer Research Grants
Original Nagasaki footage collected as part of the:
"Nagasaki-America Peace Project"
Aleksandr Sklyar, Carolina van der Mensbrugghe
Kathryn W. Davis Projects for Peace 2010
George Hudson, Professor of English, Colgate University. Born November 21, 1937. Deceased November 16, 2013, at age 75.
Masahito Hirose, Atomic Bombing Survivor, English Teacher, and Storyteller. Born March 6, 1930. Deceased January 13, 2016, at age 85.
Hiroshi Matsuzoe, Atomic Bombing Survivor, Painter, and Storyteller. Deceased April 13, 2014, at age 83.
List of Special Thanks
David Terrazas for answering and solving every question ever about WordPress
Rich Grant for being a master of video conferencing
Allison Zengilowski for teaching us how to teach and for our excellent survey
Patti and Heidi for coffee, food, and good company
Liam Emmart for Buddy the Transcript Converter
Stephanie Madden for reviewing the site
Sarah McGuire for reviewing the site
Christopher Hilton for reviewing the site
Dan Bouk for opening the door to the Alumni Hall PCON Video Conference Room for us
KI, NS, and RY for introductions to fantastic transcription volunteers
University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies for sending out our call for volunteers
Japanese Transcription Volunteers