Jan-Henrik
 
Meyer
Assoziierter Wissenschaftler

Kontakt

Dr. Jan-Henrik Meyer

Leibniz-Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung
Am Neuen Markt 1
14467 Potsdam

E-Mail: meyer [at] zzf-potsdam.de

Vita

seit Mai 2020
stellvertretender Projektleiter kooperatives Forschungsprojekt "Bürgerdialog Kernenergie (1974-1983)", Institut für Zukunftsstudien und Technologiebewertung IZT, Berlin

seit Januar 2019
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Max Planck Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte im Forschungsbereich "Geschichte des Europäischen Rechts"

Forschungsprojekt "A transnational history of European Environmental Law"

seit November 2017
Assoziierter Wissenschaftler am Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung Potsdam in Abteilung II "Geschichte des Wirtschaftens"

2015-2019
Associate Professor und Projektmanager, Saxo Institut, Universität Kopenhagen
Forscher und Projektmanager für Kommunikation im kooperativen EU-Horizon 2020-Forschungsprojekt
HoNESt: History of Nuclear Energy and Society http://www.honest2020.eu 

2016-17            
Gastwissenschaftler, Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung, Potsdam
Von der Anti-AKW-Bewegung zu erneuerbaren Energien. Dänemark in transnationaler Perspektive

2015-16            
Associate Professor, European Studies, History Department, NTNU Trondheim, Norwegen

2014-15            
Visiting Professor, Environmental Studies, New York University Berlin

2010-15
Assistant Professor / Postdoctoral Fellow, Aarhus, Universitet, Dänemark, Mitarbeit im Kooperativen Forschungsprojekt zur Geschichte des Europäischen Parlaments; Marie-Curie Intra-European Projekt zur Europäischen Umweltpolitik

2008–10
Marie Curie Intra-European Fellow, University of Portsmouth, UK, Projekt zu den Anfängen der Umweltpolitik der Europäischen Gemeinschaft

2008
Promotion zum Dr. phil., FU Berlin
Dissertation „The European Public Sphere. Media and Transnational Communication in European Integration 1969-1991” (Franz Steiner 2010).

1995-2001
Studium der Neueren und Neuesten Geschichte, Politikwissenschaft und Soziologie, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, European Studies an der London School of Economics & Political Science an der Duke University. Magisterarbeit zur deutschen Erinnerungskultur im 20. Jahrhundert am Beispiel des Volkstrauertags

FORSCHUNGSSCHWERPUNKTE

Europäische Zeitgeschichte in transnationaler Perspektiv
Sozial-, Wirtschafts-, Politik-, Kultur- und Umweltgeschichte

  • Soziale Bewegungen: v.a. Anti-Atomkraft- und Umweltbewegungen
  • Parlamentarismus in Europa und der Europäischen Union
  • Umweltpolitik in Internationalen Organisationen und der Europäischen Union
  • Rechtsgeschichte
  • Medien, Öffentlichkeit und Demokratie jenseits des Nationalstaats
  • Erinnerungs- und Geschichtspolitik in Europa

DRITTMITTEL UND STIPENDIEN (Auswahl)

2020-23            
BASE
Projekt "Bürgerdialog Kernenergie (1974-1983)" ; Forschung zu staatlichem und zivilgesellschaftlichem Handeln in der öffentlichen Kommunikation über Atomenergie und Entsorgung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland in den 1970er und frühen 1980er Jahren

2015-19            
Europäische Gemeinschaft: Horizon 2020:
Projekt HoNESt-History of Nuclear Energy and Society http://www.honest2020.eu ; Forschung zur dänischen und transnationalen Anti-Atomkraft-Bewegung

2015-18            
Europäische Kommission:
Projekt-Konsortium History of the European Commission 1986-2004, Louvain-la-Neuve: Teilprojekt: Environmental Policy and the European Commissio

2015                
New York University, New York, USA: Global Faculty Fund Fellowship

2010-14            
Europäische Gemeinschaft:
Marie Curie Reintegration Grant, Aarhus University: Transnational Networks in European Environmental Policy – Path Dependent or Learning?

2013                
Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, LMU München:
Rachel-Carson Fellow: When Europe Went Green. Transnational Networks and the Origins of European Environmental Policy since the 1970s

2010                 
Kollegforschergruppe (KFG) The Transformative Power of Europe, FU Berlin:
Fellow: Appropriating the Environment. How the European Institutions Received the Novel Idea of the Environment as a Policy Area and Made it Their Own

2008-10            
Europäische Gemeinschaft:
Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship, University of Portsmouth: Protecting the Environment. Transnational Networks in the Emergence of a new EC Policy in the 1970s

2005-2006        
Leibniz Institut for Europäische Geschichte Mainz
Forschungsstipendium in Residenz

2004-2005        
Europäische Gemeinschaft: Erasmus Programm, Europäisches Hochschulinstitut Florenz

2002-2005        
DFG-Graduiertenkolleg Das Neue Europa, Humboldt Universität / FU Berlin
Promotionsstipendium

Projekte

Publikationen

 

PUBLIKATIONEN

 

Monographien

  1. 2010. The European Public Sphere. Media and Transnational Communication in European Integration 1969-1991. (Studies on the History of European Integration 10, edited by Jürgen Elvert). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.
  2. (with Stefan Vogenauer, et al.) forthcoming 2021. The History of European Union Law. Methodica. Introductions into Legal History Research. Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenburg.
  3. In preparation. A Transnational History of European Environmental Law. Second Monograph.

 

Herausgeberschaften /Special Journal Issues

  1. In preparation. Chernobyl – Turning Point or Catalyst. Environmental Politics and Policy 1972-1992, edited by C. Becker-Schaum, J.-H. Meyer and Marianne Zepp.
  2. Accepted/forthcoming 2021. Engaging the Atom. The History of Nuclear Energy and Society in Europe from the 1950s to the Present, ed. by Arne Kaijser, Markku Lehtonen, Jan-Henrik Meyer, and Mar Rubio-Varas, Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.
  3. 2018. Nuclear Installations at the Border, ed. by Arne Kaijser and J.-H. Meyer, Special Issue of Journal for the History of Environment and Society. Vol. 3.
  4. 2017. International Organizations and Environmental Protection. Conservation and Globalization in the Twentieth Century, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer, New York: Berghahn.
  5. 2014. Global Protest against Nuclear Power. Transfer and Transnational Exchange in the 1970s and 1980s, edited by A. M. Kirchhof and J.-H. Meyer, Special issue of Historical Social Research Vol. 39, No. 1.
  6. 2013. Societal Actors in European Integration. Polity-Building and Policy-Making 1958-1992, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  7. 2010. Non-State Actors in European Integration in the 1970s, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer. Special issue of Comparativ Vol. 20, No. 3.

 

Zeitschriftenartikel (peer reviewed)

  1. (with Mechthild Roos) to be submitted. Making Europeans’ lives better. How European Parliament norm entrepreneurs initiated Community social and environmental policies. In Journal of Common Market Studies.
  2. To be submitted. Envisioning and Debating the Sustainability of Nuclear Megaprojects in the EU – a Historical Perspective. Journal of Mega Infrastructure and Sustainable Development.
  3. Accepted/forthcoming 2021. To Trust or not to Trust? Discourses and Practices of Transnational Trust and Trust-Building around the Swedish Nuclear Power Plant Barsebäck near Copenhagen. In Journal of Risk Research.
  4. Accepted/forthcoming 2021. Pushing for a Greener Europe. The European Parliament and Environmental Policy. In Journal of European Integration History 27.
  5. (with Ute Hasenöhrl). 2020. The Energy Challenge in Historical Perspective. In Technology and Culture 61 (1): 295-306.
  6. 2019. A Plea for More Historical Awareness in Environmental Law. In Rechtsgeschichte - Legal History 27: 291-293.
  7. (with Arne Kaijser) 2018. Nuclear Installations at the Border. Transnational connections and international implications. An Introduction. Journal for the History of Environment and Society 3: 1-32
  8. (with Arne Kaijser). 2018. “The World´s Worst Located Nuclear Power Plant”: Danish and Swedish perspectives on the Swedish nuclear power plant Barsebäck. Journal for the History of Environment and Society 3: 71-105.
  9. 2017. Who Should Pay for Pollution? The OECD, the European Communities and the Emergence of Environmental Policy in the early 1970s. In: European Review of History / revue européenne d’histoire 24 (3): 377-398.
  10. 2014. Transnationale Geschichte. Eine Perspektive. In Historische Mitteilungen der Ranke-Gesellschaft HMRG 26 (1): 145-161.
  11. (with Astrid M. Kirchhof) 2014. Global Anti-Nuclear Protest. Transfer and Transnational Exchange in the 1970s and 1980s. In Historical Social Research 39 (1): 165-190.
  12. 2014. Where do we go from Wyhl? Transnational Anti-Nuclear Protest in the 1970s. In Historical Social Research. 39 (1): 212-235.
  13. 2012. L'européanisation de la politique environnementale dans les années 1970. In Vingtième Siècle 113: 117-126.
  14. 2011. Green Activism. The European Parliament's Environmental Committee promoting a European Environmental Policy in the 1970s. In Journal of European Integration History 17 (1) 73-85.
  15. 2010. Greening Europe? Environmental interest groups and the Europeanization of a new policy field. In Comparativ. Zeitschrift für Globalgeschichte und vergleichende Gesellschaftsforschung 20 (3): 83-104.
  16. (with Wolfram Kaiser) 2010. Non-state actors in European integration in the 1970s: Towards a Polity of Transnational Contestation. In Comparativ 20 (3): 7-24.

 

Buchkapitel (peer reviewed)

  1. (with Arne Kaijser) in preparation. Chernobyl’s Political Impact in Denmark and Sweden. In Chernobyl – Turning Point or Catalyst. Environmental Politics and Policy 1972-1992, edited by Christoph Becker-Schaum, J.-H. Meyer and Marianne Zepp.
  2. Forthcoming 2021. The European Parliament's Legal Committee. In: The History of EU-Law in Transnational and National Perspective, edited by Morten Rasmussen, Oxford: Oxford UP.
  3. Accepted/forthcoming 2021. Taking the Member States to Court. Ludwig Krämer and the Implementation of European Environmental Law in the 1980s and 1990s. In Legal Biographies in European Integration, edited by Philip Robert Bajon and Stefan Vogenauer. Oxford: Hart.
  4. (with Astrid Mignon Kirchhof). Accepted/forthcoming 2021. Revealing Risks: European Moments in Nuclear Politics and the Anti-Nuclear Movement. In Protecting the Environment. Handbook on Contemporary European History, edited by Patrick Kupper and Anna Katharina Wöbse. Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg.
  5. (with Arne Kaijser, Markku Lehtonen, and Mar Rubio-Varas) forthcoming 2021. Nuclear Energy and Society in Post-war Europe: An Introduction. In Engaging the Atom. The History of Nuclear Energy and Society in Europe from the 1950s to the Present, edited by Arne Kaijser, Markku Lehtonen, Jan-Henrik Meyer and Mar Rubio-Varas. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.
  6. (with Paul R. Josephson and Arne Kaijser) forthcoming 2021. Nuclear-Society Relations from the Dawn of the Nuclear Age. In Engaging the Atom. The History of Nuclear Energy and Society in Europe from the 1950s to the Present, edited by Arne Kaijser, Markku Lehtonen, Jan-Henrik Meyer and Mar Rubio-Varas. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.
  7. (with Albert Presas I Puig) forthcoming 2021. One Movement or Many? The Diversity of Antinuclear Movements in Europe. In Engaging the Atom. The History of Nuclear Energy and Society in Europe from the 1950s to the Present, edited by Arne Kaijser, Markku Lehtonen, Jan-Henrik Meyer and Mar Rubio-Varas. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.
  8. (with Arne Kaijser) forthcoming 2021. Nuclear Installations at European Borders: Transboundary Collaboration and Conflict. In Engaging the Atom. The History of Nuclear Energy and Society in Europe from the 1950s to the Present, edited by Arne Kaijser, Markku Lehtonen, Jan-Henrik Meyer and Mar Rubio-Varas. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.
  9. (with Kaijser, Arne, Markku Lehtonen, and Mar Rubio-Varas) forthcoming 2021. Conclusions: Future Challenges for Nuclear Energy and Society in a Historical Perspective. In Engaging the Atom. The History of Nuclear Energy and Society in Europe from the 1950s to the Present, edited by Arne Kaijser, Markku Lehtonen, Jan-Henrik Meyer and Mar Rubio-Varas. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.
  10. 2020. "Responding to the European Public? Public Debates, Societal Actors and the Emergence of a European Environmental Policy." In The Environment and European Public Sphere: Perception, Actors, Policies, edited by Christian Wenkel, Éric Bussière, Anahita Grisoni, Hélène Miard and. Winwick: White Horse Press, 221-240.
  11. 2019. Nature. In: Regionalism and Modern Europe: Regional Identity Construction and Regional Movements from 1890 until the Present, edited by Xosé M. Núñez Seixas and Eric Storm. London: Bloomsbury, 65-82.
  12. (with W. Kaiser) 2017. International Organizations and Environmental Protection in the Global Twentieth Century. In: International Organizations and Environmental Protection. Conservation and Globalization in the Twentieth Century, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer. New York: Berghahn, 1-29.
  13. 2017. From Nature to Environment: International Organisations and Environmental Protection before Stockholm. In: International Organizations and Environmental Protection. Conservation and Globalization in the Twentieth Century, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer. New York: Berghahn, 31-73.
  14. 2017. Making the Polluter Pay. How the European Communities established Environmental Protection. In: International Organizations and Environmental Protection. Conservation and Globalization in the Twentieth Century, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer. New York: Berghahn, 182-210.
  15. (with W. Kaiser) 2017. Setting Agendas, Building Institutions and Shaping Binding International Commitments. In: International Organizations and Environmental Protection. Conservation and Globalization in the Twentieth Century, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer. New York: Berghahn, 317-332.
  16. 2016. Der Haager Gipfel 1969. Von den Krisen der 1960er Jahre zum europäischen politischen System. In: Geschichte der europäischen Integration bis 1989. Quellen und Essays, edited by H. Kaelble and R. Hohls. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 163-174.
  17. (with W. Kaiser) 2013. Beyond Governments and Supranational Institutions. Societal Actors in European Integration. In Societal Actors in European Integration. Polity-Building and Policy-Making 1958-1992, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer. Basingstoke. Palgrave, 1-14.
  18. 2013. Challenging the Atomic Community. The European Environmental Bureau and the Europeanization of Anti-Nuclear Protest. In Societal Actors in European Integration. Polity-Building and Policy-Making 1958-1992, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 197-220.
  19. (with W. Kaiser) 2013. Polity-Building and Policy-Making. Societal Actors in European Integration. In Societal Actors in European Integration. Polity-Building and Policy-Making 1958-1992, edited by W. Kaiser and J.-H. Meyer. Basingstoke. Palgrave, 244-262.
  20. 2012. A good European – Hans Edgar Jahn – Anti-Bolshevist, Cold-Warrior, Environmentalist, In Living Political Biography. Narrating 20th Century European Lives, edited by A.C. L. Knudsen and K. Gram-Skjoldager. Aarhus: University of Aarhus Press, 137-159.
  21. 2010. Saving Migrants: a Transnational Network supporting Supranational Bird Protection Policy in the 1970's. In Transnational Networks in Regional Integration. Informal Governance in Europe 1945-83, edited by W. Kaiser, M. Gehler and B. Leucht. Basingstoke. Palgrave, 176-198.
  22. 2009. Tracing Transnational Communication in the European Public Sphere: the Summit of The Hague 1969. In The History of the European Union: Origins of a Trans- and Supranational Polity. 1950-72, edited by W. Kaiser, B. Leucht and M. Rasmussen. Abingdon: Routledge, 110-128.

 

Enzyklopädie-Beiträge (peer reviewed)

  1. 2020. Ideas, Actors and Political Practices in the Environmental History of Europe. In Encyclopédie pour une histoire nouvelle de l'Europe [online], https://ehne.fr/en/node/21453
  2. 2020. Idées, acteurs et pratiques politiques de l’histoire environnementale européenne. In Encyclopédie pour une histoire numérique de l'Europe [en ligne], https://ehne.fr/fr/node/21453

Arbeitspapiere (peer reviewed)

  1. 2013. Zivilgesellschaftliche Mobilisierung und die frühe europäische Umweltpolitik. Die Vogelschutzrichtlinie der Europäischen Gemeinschaften von 1979. In Themenportal Europäische Geschichte, http://www.europa.clio-online.de/2013/Article=588.
  2. 2011. Appropriating the Environment. How the European Institutions received the Novel Idea of the Environment and made it their own. KFG-Working Paper No. 31, Research College "The Transformative Power of Europe", Free University Berlin, http://www.polsoz.fu-berlin.de/en/v/transformeurope/publications/working_paper/WP_31_Meyer_neu.pdf.
  3. 2009. Der Haager Gipfel 1969. Von den Krisen der 1960er Jahre zum europäischen politischen System. In Themenportal Europäische Geschichte, http://www.europa.clio-online.de/2009/Article=364

 

Buchkapitel

  1. Forthcoming 2021. Europäische Umweltpolitik nach 1990. In: Geschichte der europäischen Integration nach 1989. Quellen und Essays, edited by H. Kaelble and R. Hohls. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner.
  2. 2019. Environmental Policy. In The European Commission 1986-2000 – History and Memories of an Institution, edited by Vincent Dujardin, Éric Bussière, Piers Ludlow, Federico Romero, Dieter Schlenker and Antonio Varsori, Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 371-387.
  3. 2019. La politique de l'environnement. In La Commission européenne 1986-2000 – Histoire and mémoires d'une institution, edited by Vincent Dujardin, Éric Bussière, Piers Ludlow, Federico Romero, Dieter Schlenker and Antonio Varsori, Luxembourg: Office des publications de l'Union européenne, 383-401.
  4. 2019. Umweltpolitik. In Die Europäische Kommission 1986-2000 - Geschichte und Erinnerungen einer Institution, edited by Vincent Dujardin, Éric Bussière, Piers Ludlow, Federico Romero, Dieter Schlenker and Antonio Varsori, Luxemburg: Amt für Veröffentlichungen der Europäischen Union, 403-421.
  5. 2019. ’Atomkraft – Nej tak’. How Denmark did not Introduce Commercial Nuclear Power Plants. In Pathways into and out of Nuclear Power in Western Europe: Austria, Denmark, Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and Sweden, edited by Astrid Mignon Kirchhof, Munich: Deutsches Museum, 74-123.
  6. 2017. Bürgerschaftliches Engagement über Grenzen? Europäische Umweltpolitik und transnationale Vernetzung von Umweltgruppen in den 1970er Jahren. In Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung. Infrastrukturen, Akteure, Diskurs, edited by Jens Ivo Engels, Nina Janich, Jochen Monstadt and Dieter Schott. Frankfurt: Campus, 52-71.
  7. 2014. Getting started: Agenda-setting in European Environmental Policy in the 1970s. In The Institutions and Dynamics of the European Community, 1973-83, edited by J. Laursen. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 221-242.
  8. 2013. Un faux départ? Les acteurs français dans la politique environnementale européenne des années 1970. In Une protection de l'environnement à la française, XIXe-XXe siècles, edited by J.-F. Mouhot and C.-F. Mathis. Seyssel: éditions Champ Vallon, 120-130.
  9. 2008. The Fall and Rise of the European Public Sphere. Path Dependent Responses to European Integration. In Dialogo sull'Europa Vol. III, edited by F. Di Sarcina, L. Grazi and L. Scichilone. Florence: Centro editoriale toscano: 327-340.
  10. 2007. A European Public Sphere at the Summits of The Hague (1969) and Paris (1974)? Indications on the Basis of British, French and German Newspapers. In Beyond the Customs Union: The European Community's Quest for Completion, Deepening and Enlargement, 1969-1975, edited by J. van der Harst. Bruxelles: Bruylant, 341-357.
  11. 2007. Was there a European Public Sphere at the Summit of The Hague 1969? An Analysis of Discourses on the Legitimacy of the EC. In Cultures politiques, opinions publiques et intégration européenne, edited by M.-T. Bitsch, W. Loth and C. Barthel. Bruxelles: Bruylant. 227-245.
  12. 2006. (De-)Constructing Legitimacy in the European Public Sphere. German, French and British Newspaper Comments on the "Constitution" Summit 2004. In Europe in its Making edited by S. Marton. Bucharest: Institutul European. 33-53.
  13. 2004. Europäische Öffentlichkeit aus historischer Perspektive. In Europäische Öffentlichkeit, edited by U. K. Preuß and C. Franzius. Baden-Baden: Nomos. 209-227.

 

Beiträge zum Wissenstransfer  / Allgemeine Öffentlichkeit

  1. 2019. What can we learn from studying the History of Nuclear Energy and Society in 20 countries? Policy Brief I of the History of Nuclear Energy and Society Project (HoNESt). http://honest2020.eu/downloads/HoNESt%20Policy%20Brief%20I%20-%20History%20of%20Nuclear%20Energy%20and%20Society.pdf
  2. 2013. How Birds became Europeans. Bird protection activists cooperating across borders for supranational protection. In: Environment and Society Portal. Arcadia http://www.environmentandsociety.org/arcadia/how-birds-became-europeans-bird-protection-activists-cooperating-across-borders
  3. 2006. The 1975 Referendum on Britain's Continued Membership in the EEC. In European Navigator http://www.ena.lu?lang=2&doc=21284.

 

Projektberichte und Online-Publikationen

  1. 2019. Denmark. Short Country Report (History of Nuclear Energy and Society Project) Final Version 18 March 2019. http://www.honest2020.eu/sites/default/files/deliverables_24/DK.pdf.
  2. (with Gene Rowe, et. al.) 2019. Final Dissemination and Engagement Report. Deliverable 6.3. of the HoNESt - History of Nuclear Energy and Society Project. February 2019." http://www.honest2020.eu/sites/all/themes/Porto_sub/downloads/deliverables/D6.3%20190313.pdf .
  3. (with Ioan Charnley-Parry, et al.) 2018. Report on Dissemination, Communication, Engagement and the Database of Key Stakeholders. Deliverable D6.2. of the HoNESt - History of Nuclear Energy and Society Project. April 2018." http://www.honest2020.eu/sites/all/themes/Porto_sub/downloads/deliverables/D6%202_Report%20on%20dissemination%20communication%20engagement%20and%20database%20of%20key%20stakeholders.pdf
  4. (with Ioan Charnley-Parry, et al.) 2018. Principles for Effective Engagement. Deliverable D5.1of the HoNESt - History of Nuclear Energy and Society Project. http://www.honest2020.eu/sites/all/themes/Porto_sub/downloads/deliverables/D5.1-Principles_fo_Effective_Engagement.pdf .
  5. (with Josep Espluga, et al). 2018. Case Studies Reports: In-depth understanding of the mechanisms for effective interaction with civil society. Selected case studies. Deliverable 4.3 of the HoNESt - History of Nuclear Energy and Society Project. http://www.honest2020.eu/sites/all/themes/Porto_sub/downloads/deliverables/D4.3.pdf .
  6. 2008. An Emerging Transnational Network of Communication on European Affairs? The European Public Sphere at EC Summits 1969-1991. Paper presented at the 7th European Social Science History Conference, Lisbon 26th February – 1st March 2008, http://aei.pitt.edu/7802/01/MEYER_2008_Network_of_transnational_communication.pdf
  7. 2007. Habermas' Dream or Habermas' Nightmare? A Transnational, Participatory European Public Sphere at the Maastricht European Council 1991? In European Voices. Actors and Witnesses of European Integration, Third HEIRS Conference, Geneva 2007, http://www.heirs-eu.org/documents/heirscolloquium2007.pdf.
  8. 2007. Does Mediatisation mean more Conflict? The Case of the European Councils 1969-1991. Paper presented at the Fourth ECPR General Conference, Pisa 2007, Panel PN 367 Contesting the Political Space over Europe, http://www.essex.ac.uk/ecpr/events/generalconference/pisa/papers/PP568-1.pdf
  9. 2006. A European Public Sphere at the Summits of The Hague (1969) and Paris (1974)? Common Issues and Frames in British, French and German newspapers. In The Making and Unmaking of the European Union: "Fifty-five Years of Crabwalk?" Second HEIRS Conference, Portsmouth 2005, 37-44, http://www.heirs-eu.org/documents/heirscolloquium2005.pdf.

 

Sammelrezensionen

  1. 2020. New Publications on Nuclear History. Review Essay on: Augustine, Dolores L.: Taking on Technocracy. Nuclear Power in Germany, 1945 to the Present, New York: Berghahn Books 2018; Eckert, Astrid M.: West Germany and the Iron Curtain. Environment, Economy & Culture in the Borderlands. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2019; Forstner, Christian: Kernphysik, Forschungsreaktoren und Atomenergie: Transnationale Wissensströme und das Scheitern einer Innovation in Österreich. Wiesbaden: Springer Spektrum 2019; Pohl, Natalie. Atomprotest am Oberrhein: Die Auseinandersetzung um den Bau von Atomkraftwerken in Baden und im Elsass (1970-1985). Stuttgart: Steiner 2019. In: NTM Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Wissenschaften, Technik und Medizin 28 (4), 629-634.
  2. 2019. Kernkraft, Gesellschaft und Demokratie in den 1970er- und 1980er-Jahren. Sammelrezension zu: Gaumer, Janine: Wackersdorf. Atomkraft und Demokratie in der Bundesrepublik 1980–1989. München  2018 & Schramm, Luise: Evangelische Kirche und Anti-AKW-Bewegung. Das Beispiel der Hamburger Initiative kirchlicher Mitarbeiter und Gewaltfreie Aktion im Konflikt um das AKW Brokdorf 1976–1981. Göttingen  2018. In: H-Soz-u-Kult 4.06.2019. http://www.hsozkult.de/publicationreview/id/rezbuecher-29811 .
  3. 2016. Where did Environmentalism come from? Between the Global and the Local. Review Essay on Zelko, Frank. 2013. Make it a Green Peace. Oxford UP, Rome, Adam. 2013. The Genius of Earth Day. New York: Hill & Wang and Hamblin, Jacob Darwin. 2013. Arming Mother Nature. The Birth of Catastrophic Environmentalism. Oxford: Oxford UP. In: H-Soz-u-Kult 21.07.2016. http://www.hsozkult.de/publicationreview/id/rezbuecher-22483
  4. 2009. Europäische Integration und Identität. Review Essay on: Seidendorf, Stefan. 2007. Europäisierung nationaler Identitätsdiskurse? Ein Vergleich französischer und deutscher Printmedien. Baden-Baden: Nomos and Müller-Härlin, Maximilian. 2008. Nation und Europa in Parlamentsdebatten zur Europäischen Integration. Identifikationsmuster in Deutschland, Frankreich und Großbritannien nach 1950. Baden-Baden: Nomos. In Historische Literatur 7 (1), 466-469; H-Soz-u-Kult 28.02.2009, http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/rezensionen/2009-1-172.
  5. 2006. Postwar European integration: Europe recast. Review Essay on: Dinan, Desmond. 2004. Europe recast: a History of European Union. London: Palgrave; Elvert, Jürgen. 2006. Die Europäische Integration. Darmstadt: WBG; Judt, Tony 2005. Postwar. A History of Europe since 1945. New York: Penguin. In Historische Literatur 4 (3): 341-348; H-Soz-u-Kult 22.09.2006, http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/rezensionen/2006-3-212.
  6. 2006. Reprinted in Jean Monnet Nyheder 28: 30-43, Jean Monnet Centre, University of Aarhus.
  7. 2004. Gibt es eine Europäische Öffentlichkeit? Neuere empirische Studien zu Demokratiedefizit, Legitimation und Kontrolle in Europa. In Berliner Journal für Soziologie 14 (1): 135-143.

 

Rezensionen

  1. forthcoming 2021. Fickers, Andreas; Griset, Pascal (2019) Communicating Europe. Technologies, Information, Events. Basingstoke: Palgrave." H-Soz-Kult.
  2. 2020. Simon Märkl: Big Science Fiction. Kernfusion und Popkultur in den USA. Bielefeld: Transcript 2019. Technology and Culture 61 (3):983-4.
  3. 2019. Dolores L. Augustine: Taking on Technocracy. Nuclear Power in Germany, 1945 to the Present, New York: Berghahn Books 2018." In: Sehepunkte 19 (7/8), http://www.sehepunkte.de/2019/07/32930.html
  4. 2019. Petric, Hrvoje and Ivana Zebec Silj, eds. 2017. Environmentalism in Central and Southeastern Europe. London: Lexington Books. In: East-Central Europe 46: 161-164.
  5. 2018. Transnational Anti-Nuclear Protest. Tompkins, Andrew. 2016. "Better Active than Radioactive!" Anti-Nuclear Protest in 1970s France and West Germany. Oxford: Oxford University Press. In H-German, September2018, http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showpdf.php?id=48455
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Betreute Dissertationen

Betreuung der Dissertation von Melina Buns  an der Universität Oslo, Norwegen

GREEN INTERNATIONALISTS
NORDIC ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION, 1967-1988

eingereicht im Oktober 2020

Lehre

LEHRE

2021

German Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Thammasat University, Thailand

Gastvorlesung "Making European Environmental Law. Ideas, Actors and Institutions"

im Rahmen der CPG Academy on German Law and Politics

 

2019 -           
FU Berlin FUBIS International Summer and Winter School Programm

  • "European Studies", Winter 2021 - online
  • "European Studies", Winter 2020
  • "European Studies", Winter 2019

    2015-19            
    NTNU Trondheim, European Studies

    • "Governing Europe. Societal Actors, Networks and Lobbying", Fall 2019, MA European Studies
    • "History of European Integration", Spring 2019, BA European Studies
    • "European Culture and Identity", Fall 2017, BA European Studies
    • "European Integration Theory", Spring 2016, BA European Studies
    • "Introduction to the European Union", Fall 2015, BA European Studies
    • "European Cultural History", Fall 2015, MA European Studies
    • "European Security", Fall 2015, MA European Studies
    • Betreuung von MA und BA Arbeiten

    2017                
    Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Summer School Atomkraft & Gesellschaft für Promovierende

    • Organisation, Moderation
    • Lehrveranstaltung "Siting Nuclear Installations at the Border" mit Arne Kaijser

    2014               
    New York University, Berlin, Department of Environmental Studies

    • "Environmental Social Movements", Fall 2014, Spring 2015, BA Environmental Studies, Sociology and Gallatin School for Independent Study
    • "Environment and Society", Spring 2014, BA Environmental Studies
    • Gastvorlesungen über deutsche und transnational Umweltbewegung in:
      • "Environmental Social Movements", Fall 2015, ‘16, ‘17, Spring 2016, ‘17
      • "European Environmental Policy", Spring 2017
    • Beitrag zu "Global Orientations: Berlin": Durchführung von historischen Exkursionen (Fall 2014, Spring 2015):
      • Berlin Wall Walks
      • Berlin’s Memorials
      • Traces of Berlin’s Rail Terminals
    • Durchführung einer Veranstaltung mit Gastvorträgen "Environmental Politics Panel. The Rise of Environmentalism", Fall 2014

    2012             
    Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Lehrstuhl für Zeitgeschichte

    2010-15            
    Aarhus University, Department of Culture and Society

    • "Contemporary Issues in European Politics", Spring 2015, BA European Studies
    • "Methods in Global and International History", Spring 2014, MA Global and International History
    • "European Institutions and Politics", Autumn 2011, 1st year, BA European Studies, Aarhus Business School
    • "Global Environmental History. Of Nature, Perceptions and Power", Spring 2011, BA History
    • "The History of the Idea of Europe", Autumn 2010, MA European Studies
    • Betreuung von MA Arbeiten in European Studies and International Studies
    • Beiträge zu
      • "Ideas of Europe in History", Autumn 2011, BA History
      • "Theories of International and Global History", Autumn 2011, MA International and Global History
      • "European Politics and Policy-Making", Autumn 2010, BA

    2008-10             University of Portsmouth, European Studies

    • "European Union History 1945 to present" (BA, 2nd/3rd year)
    • "Actors, Networks and Lobbying in the EU" (Euromasters)
    • "Policy and Politics" (BA) (team-teaching)
    • "European Integration" (team-teaching)
    • "EU Foreign Policy" (MA) (team-teaching)
    • Intensive School, MA European Law & Policy (joint Master with University of The Hague, NL) (team-teaching)

    04-07/2003       Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Lehrstuhl für Sozialgeschichte

    • Proseminar "Chinas Wege in die Moderne. Politische, wirtschaftliche und soziale Modernisierung in Taiwan und der VR China, 1949-89" (zs. mit M. Stoyke)

    Vorträge

    GASTVORTRÄGE

    09/2020            Nukleare Geschichte Deutschlands. Lehren aus der Vergangenheit für die Zukunft, Evangelische Akademie Loccum

    01/2020            „Geschichte schreiben: Das Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe. Von der Atomeuphorie über die Nuklearkontroverse bis zur Energiewende“ , Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Karlsruhe

    • Wie man Atomforschung(szentren) historisch untersucht. Internationale Perspektiven" 

    12/2019            Workshop European infrastructures and transnational protest movements, Deutsches Museum und Rachel Carson Centre, München

    • ‘Not in anyone’s backyard’ On the multiple levels of protest in high modernity (Keynote)

    05/2019            Freie Universität Berlin, Universitätsvorlesung: 

    Der Atomkonflikt in Deutschland– bis in alle Ewigkeit? - 8.5. 2019: 17 Uhr

    03/2019            Evangelische Akademie Abt Jerusalem, Braunschweig

    09/2018            Leibniz Associations Day on Sustainable Development Goals, Berlin

    • Between Ambitious Rhetorics and Political Compromise. The EU’s Discourse and Policy of Sustainability

    10/2017            The Environment and European Public Sphere: Perception, Actors, Policies, Writing a new History of Europe, EHNE /DHI Paris

    • Actors and Publics in the Europeanization of Environmental Policy

     

    KONFERENZBEITRÄGE

     

    07/2021            European Society for Environmental History Conference, Bristol, UK

    • Roundtable “Writing Nuclear History” – organisiert von Astrid Kirchhof, Frank Uekötter und Jan-Henrik Meyer
    • Environmental Law without Teeth? The Rise of Legal and Economic Instruments in European Environmental Policy since the 1980s

    06/2021            Council for European Studies Conference, Online/Rejkjavik, Iceland

    • Making Europeans’ lives better. How European Parliament norm entrepreneurs initiated Community social and environmental policies (mit M. Roos)

    06/2021            Law and Policy in European Integration, Max-Planck-Institut für Rechtsgeschichte und Rechtstheorie, Frankfurt

    • Legal Principles and the Shaping of the Early Environmental Policy of the European Communities

    03/2021            Digital Methods and Resources in Legal History, Max-Planck-Institut für Rechtsgeschichte und Rechtstheorie, Frankfurt

    • Actors, Networks, Issues in the Academic Emergence of European Law – a Digital History Approach

      1/2019            The European Commission 1986-2000. History and memories of an institution, book launch and discussion, Centre for Modern European Studies, University of Copenhagen

      • The European Commission and Environmental Policy 1986-2000

      10/2019            Workshop Law meets History, Historical Archives of the European Union, Florence

      • The History of European Environmental Law

      08/2019            European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) Conference: Boundaries in/of Environmental History, Tallinn, Estonia

      • The world’s worst located nuclear power plant: Danish and Swedish cross-border perspectives on the Barsebäck nuclar power plant (joint paper with A. Kaijser)
      • National sovereignty vs transboundary environmental risks: How the European Communities failed to make rules regarding cross-border consultation on nuclear plants in the 1970s

      05/2019            Jahres-Tagung der Gesellschaft für Technikgeschichte (GTG), Karlsruhe, „Technology and Culture“.

      • “Nuclear Energy, no thanks” – How Denmark shifted from pioneering nuclear research to rejecting nuclear power

      06/2018            Key Biographies in the Legal History of the European Union, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt

      • Taking the member states to court. Ludwig Krämer and the implementation of European Environmental Law in the 1980s and 1990s

      06/2018            La RUCHE Conference “Writing Environmental History in the 21st Century”, Lyon

      • The Pitfalls of Interdisciplinarity and the Clash of Societal Subsystems. Insights from the HoNEST - History of Nuclear Energy and Society project

      06/2018            KFG “The Transformative Power of Europe”, Abschlusskonferenz, FU Berlin

      • Importing ideas – the Polluter Pays Principle, the OECD, and International Economic Experts

      02/2018            How New are Renewables? Historicising Energy Transitions, Forschungszentrum des Deutschen Museums Berlin, organisiert von Helmuth Trischler und Patrick Kupper

      • ”Hvad skal ind – sol og vind!” The Societal Debates on (Nuclear) Energy and the Origins of Danish Energy Transition in the 1970s

      11/2017            Siting Nuclear Installations at the Border, Autoren-Workshop, organisiert von Astrid Kirchhof, Arne Kaijser und Jan-Henrik Meyer

      • Barsebäck: Swedish and Danish Perspectives on a Nuclear Power Plant at the Border (with Arne Kaijser)

      11/2017            Chernobyl’s Political Consequences, Autoren-Workshop, organisiert von Christoph-Becker-Schaum, Marianne Zepp und Jan-Henrik Meyer, Böll-Stiftung, Berlin

      • Swedish and Danish Responses to Chernobyl (with Arne Kaijser)

      10/2017            Aufarbeitung der Vergangenheit. Auseinandersetzung um die Nutzung der Kernenergie und insbesondere den Umgang mit hochradioaktiven Abfällen, Forschungsstelle für Umweltpolitik, FU Berlin

      • HoNESt – ein Zwischenstand: Inter- und transdisziplinäre Erfahrungen und Erkenntnisse zur Geschichte von Atomkraft und Gesellschaft in 20 Ländern

      09/2017            Borders and Technology, Tensions of Europe Conference, Athens, Panel: Reactors at the Border: Transnational Implications

      • 20 km from Copenhagen Market Square. Danish Perspectives on the Swedish Nuclear Power Plant Barsebäck

      09/2017            Ruptures, Empires, Revolutions, ENIUGH European Congress on World and Global History Conference, Budapest, Panel: Ecological Transformations and Disasters in Global Environmental History

      • Moving ahead, regardless. The Strange Non-Ruptures of Nuclear History

      06/2017            European Society for Environmental History ESEH Conference, Zagreb, Panel: Adapting to Europe: Environmental NGOs and the Europeanization of Environmental Policy-Making in the 1970s and 1980s

      • Getting organized in Brussels. The European Environmental Bureau and the Challenge of Diversity in the 1970s and 1980s

      01/2017            The History of EU-Law in Transnational and National Perspective, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt

      • The European Parliament and the Development of EU Law

      12/2016            Chernobyl – Turning Point or Catalyst. Changing Practices, Structures and Perceptions in Environmental Policy and Politics (1970s-1990s), Böll-Stiftung, Berlin

      • The Critique of Nuclear Power and the Search for Alternatives in Denmark

      03/2016            European Social Science History Conference, Valencia, Panel: History of Nuclear Energy and Society: Nuclear power, international organizations and anti-nuclear movements in a comparative and transnational perspective

      • Challenging the Ultimate Resource. Reviewing Social Movement Approaches to the Nuclear Energy Conflict in a Historical Perspective

       

       

       

       

      ÖFFENTLICHE VERANSTALTUNGEN (Auswahl)

       

      12/2017            „Internationale Organisationen, Umweltschutz und Wachstumskritik“, Buchpräsentation, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, moderiert von Marianne Zepp

      • Präsentation: Internationale Organisationen und Umweltschutz

      11/2017            ‚„Lieber aktiv als radioaktiv“ Perspektiven auf die transnationalen Ursprünge der Anti-Atom-Bewegung‘, Buchpräsentation, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, moderiert von Marianne Zepp

      • Diskutant: Jan-Henrik Meyer

      09/2017            “Discussing the Past, Present and Future of Nuclear Power”, Workshop für “Stakeholder” aus Zivilgesellschaft, Industrie und Politik im Rahmen des Projekts HoNESt – History of Nuclear Energy and Society, Barcelona

      • Organisation und Moderation: Jan-Henrik Meyer

      05/2017            5-Jahres-Jubiläumsveranstaltung des Berlin-Brandenburger Colloquiums für Umweltgeschichte, organisiert von Astrid Kirchhof und Jan-Henrik Meyer, Berlin

      • The Great Chernobyl Mystery – How Ignorance become Policy and Politics – Prof. Kate Brown
      • Moderation: Astrid Kirchhof und J.-H. Meyer

      02/2016            Sonderveranstaltung des Berlin-Brandenburger Colloquiums für Umweltgeschichte, organisiert von Astrid Kirchhof und Jan-Henrik Meyer, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin

      • Global Environmental History of the Industrial Revolution – Prof. John R. McNeill
      • Moderation: Astrid Kirchhof und J.-H. Meyer

      Medien

      März 2021

      11.03.2021 (10 Jahre Fukushima), Arte TV (Fernsehausstrahlung)

      Interview zu Kernkraftwerken in Grenzregionen im Dokumentarfilm: An Zéro, Luxembourg

       

      Juni 2020

      Interview-Zitate zum Beitrag von Atomkraft zur Bekämpfung des Klimawandels in historischer Perspektive in

      Jacobsen, Hanne Østli. 2020. "KLIMASPESIAL ATOMKRAFT. Vi går ikke inn her med mindre vi må."  Morgenbladet, Oslo (Nr. 25/ 26. juni–2. juli 2020).

       

      Dezember 2019

      Interview-Zitate aus Gespräch mit Walter Wilhelm, Deutsche Presseagentur dpa, über Implikationen der  Habitat-Richtlinie, 4 Dezember 2019

      "Wissenschaft Juristen fordern Ausgehverbot für Katzen" (Lawyers demand keeping Cats indoors)