Talk on the history of French and West German opposition to nuclear energy during and since the 1970s, given at annual Friends of the Earth basecamp at Castleton YHA in the Peak District.
Historian of Modern Europe
Project presentation given at the ‘Edgy states and boundary crossers: borders and borderlands in the “Short Twentieth Century”‘ workshop at St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford.
Reviewed in Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 52, No. 2 (2017), pp. 474-476.
Präsentation beim IV. Kongress Polenforschung zum Thema “Grenzen im Fluss” in Frankfurt an der Oder und Słubice, 23.-26. März 2017.
In 1989-90, German ‘reunification’ brought together populations changed by 40 years of different lived experiences, within borders that had not bounded any previous German state. This module examines the social, political, and cultural history of East and West Germany in…
The purpose of this workshop, organised as a collaboration between the University of Sheffield, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and Universiteit Utrecht, is to explore the possibilities of ‘tandem history’ (Kate Brown) as a transnational approach in new research on the final…
This course examines the history of Europe in the second half of the twentieth century through the prism of those social movements that contested local, national, and international political decision-making throughout the period.
This core module aims to equip new M.A. students with key skills necessary for advanced study in the humanities or social sciences and with the specific skills needed to undertake research in History.
Published with Oxford University Press.
Projektvorstellung im Kolloquium von Prof. Dr. Thomas Mergel, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 15. Juni 2016.