• 13 Jun 2018
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La RUCHE Conference, Lyon, June 13-15, 2018

HoNESt researcher Jan-Henrik Meyer of the University of Copenhagen discusses insights from the HoNESt project on the challenges and delights of interdisciplinary work at the international conference “Writing Environmental History in the 21st century: Sources, Methods and Practices” of the French Network on Environmental History La RUCHE, Lyon, June 13-15, 2018.


  • 06 Oct 2017
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SOCMAYS Conference, Zaragoza, 6 October

HoNESt researchers Josep Espluga and Béatriz Medina presented their comparative research on societal perception of nuclear power in 7 countries "Las dimensiones sociales de los riesgos nucleares. Reflexiones a partir de la comparación entre siete países europeos" at the V Encuentro Intercongresual SOCMAYS - Sociología, Medio Ambiente y Sociedad (Spanish Federation of Sociology). Zaragoza (Spain), 6 October 2017.


  • 22 Mar 2018
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Nuclear Technopolitics in the Soviet Union and Beyond, Tübingen, Germany, March 22-23, 2018

HoNESt partner Natalia Melnikova (RAS) took part in the conference “Nuclear Technopolitics in the Soviet Union and Beyond”, Tübingen, Germany, March 22-23, 2018 with a report "Nuclear Energy in the USSR/Russia as a point of crossing the State and the Society, Local and international". The Cahiers du Monde Russe are willing to publish a complete special issue on the topic of this conference (December 2019, volume 60, issue 2–3).

The report of the conference is available on the Hsozkult website.

  • 04 May 2018
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4 May 2018 Memory and Future Roundtable, Malmö, Sweden

HoNESt researcher Jan-Henrik Meyer participates as a respondent at the Memory and Future Roundtable on 4th May 2018 at the Konstmuseum Malmö, Sweden.

The Nuclear Culture Roundtable on the Memory and Future of radioactive deep time accompanies the Perpetual Uncertainty exhibition at the Malmö Konstmuseum. The roundtable is hosted by Malmö Konstmuseum in partnership with Linnaeus University and Inkonst, Malmö.

For more information see: here.

  • 18 May 2018
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27th Annual Conference of the Society for Risk Analysis Europe, 18-20 June 2018, Östersund, Sweden

HoNESt partner Josep Espluga from Universitad Autonoma de Barcelona will present and discuss HoNESt findings at the 27th Annual Conference of the Society for Risk Analysis Europe, Östersund, Sweden, 18-20 June 2018. The talk will be entitled: Understanding the inter-relationship between public perception and public engagement in nuclear issues: A cross-country comparative analysis (see abstract of our talk.)

(Authors: Josep Espluga (UAB)
Wilfried Konrad (DIALOGIK)
Beatriz Medina (UAB)
Ana Prades (CISOT-CIEMAT)
Ann Enander (FHS)

Learn more about the conference: here.

  • 29 May 2018
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29 - 30 May 2018 | Estrel Convention Center Berlin, Germany
HoNESt will be present with a talk on “Engaging with Society - Past, Present and Future. Results from the collaborative interdisciplinary project HoNESt - History of Nuclear Energy and Society” at AMNT in Berlin in May 2018. See abstract of our talk here.


  • 21 Feb 2018
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HoNESt researchers also contribute to the Conference “How New are Renewables” at Deutsches Museum in Munich, on 21-23 February, with papers and a roundtable discussion. The Call for Papers and full programme can be found here:
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  • 28 May 2018
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Atoms for Peace in Europe Around the World, Barcelona, 28-29 May 2018

HoNESt researchers Paul Josephson and Matthew Adamson are organising a workshop on Atoms for Peace in Europe Around the World, Barcelona, 28-29 May 2018, See CFP here.

In this conference we shall explore the new public light that was shed on nuclear technology. Scientists and engineers flocked to the Geneva conferences of 1955, 1958, and 1964, enthused to have the chance to exchange information on many aspects of nuclear technology and the nuclear fuel cycle. (The workings and effects of nuclear weapons remained secret.) In magazines, journals, newspapers and films, citizens learned of their efforts. The US, the USSR, and other nuclear powers established carefully managed efforts to propagandize the benefits of nuclear energy to national audiences and to the world at large. Nuclear power in the Atoms for Peace era thus became a product of public-science and public-state interactions.

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  • 16 Nov 2017
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On November 16-17, the Green Memory Archive Berlin will host an authors’ workshop, co-organised by one of HoNEST’s partners, Jan-Henrik Meyer. The topic will be “Turning Point or Catalyst? Chernobyl’s political consequences” , and will include presentations from researchers from all over Europe.
The aim of this event is to collectively discuss manuscripts intended for an innovative and cohesive publication on the political consequences of Chernobyl in a comparative perspective.

Additionally, you can find the programme here.


  • 20 Nov 2017
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On November 20, one of the partners from HoNEST project, Astrid Kirchhof, will organise a One-Day-Workshop at Humboldt University, Berlin. The title is “Siting Nuclear Installations at the Border - Transnational political implications and societal responses” and will address different transnational perspectives on several nuclear plants.

Additionally, you can find the programme here.

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