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Missing pieces: Integrating the socialist world in global health history
This essay provides an overview of recent histories of medicine and global health from a socialist perspective, and maps out possible new directions of research. It focuses on key themes in the history of medicine in Eastern ...
Grassroots Transnationalism(s): Franco-German Opposition to Nuclear Energy in the 1970s
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) ...
A post-liberal order? Hans Zehrer and conservative consensus building in 1950s West Germany
While it is well known that German conservative intellectuals were skeptical or indifferent to the Federal Republic of Germany established in 1949 and to its democratic founding principles, this essay shifts attention to ...
A spectacular attempt to release Mandela from prison under the Apartheid regime
During the period when the ANC operative Nelson Mandela was incarcerated, there were not only verbal calls from other countries for the release of the world’s best-known political prisoner; at the very latest since Mikhail ...