Tag: transnational history

Solidarity, Sabotage, Students: Protest in Europe, 1968-89

I designed and teach this year-long special subject, which 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.

Fließende Grenzen? Der Alltag am Rhein und an der Oder, 1949–1989

Gastvortrag für das “Research Factory” des Viadrina-Centers B/orders in Motion.

Towards a “Europe of Struggles?” Visions of “Europe” in the Anti-Nuclear Movement of the 1970s

Presented at the conference on “Environnement et espace public européen: perceptions, acteurs, politiques” at the Institut d’Histoire Allemand/Deutsches Historisches Institut, Paris, 19 October 2017.

Transnational — So What? On the Use and Abuse of a Historical Approach

Taught at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Sommersemester 2015.