Tag: protest

Anti-Nuclear Fusion: Actors and Motivations within the Transnational Movement against Nuclear Power in France and West Germany, 1968-1981

Presented for the Economic History seminar of Uppsala Universitet, Sweden, 10 October 2011.

“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 stand at opposite ends of the spectrum: whereas the occupation of the nuclear power plant…
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“A Revolution in Morestel?” The Opposition to Nuclear Energy in Provincial France, 1968-1981

Presented at the annual conference of the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France, University of Stirling, Scotland, 2 September 2011.

“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.

Transnationality as a Liability? The Anti-Nuclear Movement at Malville

in Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire / Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Filologie en Geschiedenis, Vol. 89, No. 3-4, 2011, pp. 1365-1379.

La manifestation transnationale contre la centrale nucléaire de Creys-Malville

Presented at the séminaire de recherche “La manifestation” (Prof. Olivier Wieviorka), Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, 18 February 2010.

Whose Personal, Whose Political? Outsiders in the Larzac and Wyhl Struggles

Presented at the workshop on ‘The Personal is Political’, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, 27 August 2009.