Tag: activism

Grassroots Transnationalism(s): Franco-German Opposition to Nuclear Energy in the 1970s

Published in Contemporary European History, vol 25, no. 1 (February 2016), 117-142. Abstract: During the 1970s opposition to nuclear energy was present in countries around the world and thus eminently ‘transnational’. But what did it mean to participate at the grassroots of such a transnational movement and (how) did cross-border connections change protest? This article…
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History of Nuclear Campaigning

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.

After 68: Transnational Activism in France and West Germany, 1968-1981

Presented at the postgraduate workshop of the German Historical Institute in London, 14 January 2011.

Constructing the Transnational Self: Activists at and across the Franco-German Border

Presented at workshop on ‘Ways of Constructing the Self’, Universität Bielefeld, Germany, 4 November 2010.