Andrew S. Tompkins

Tag Archive: transnational

« Larzac-Gorleben : même combat » ? Competing Franco-German Solidarities in Local Struggles of the 1970s

Presented at the annual conference of the Society for the Study of French History (SSFH), Cardiff, 30 June 2013. Abstract: Throughout the 1970s, the struggle of 103 farmers against the expansion of a military camp on the Larzac plateau attracted…
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“Ein zweites Wyhl” or “Ein zweites Brokdorf”? Nonviolence and Violence in the Movement Against Nuclear Power, 1968-1981

Presented at the annual conference of the German Studies Association, Louisville, Kentucky, 23 September 2011. Abstract: In the history of the West German opposition to nuclear power, the first mass demonstrations in Wyhl (1975) and Brokdorf (1976) would seem to…
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“Radioactivity Doesn’t Stop at the Border and Neither Do We!” The Anti-Nuclear Movement along the Franco-German Border, 1968–1981

Presented at the Doktorandensommerschule/Ecole doctorale d’été “Grenzen und regionale Ströme/ Frontières et circulations régionales”, Europa-Universität Viadrina & Université Paris 1, Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany, 5 July 2011.