Publications

Journal Articles

  1. 'Treatment Not Trident': Medical Activism, Health Inequality and Anti-Militarism in 1980s Britain. Social History of Medicine
  2. Transnational Professional Activism and the Prevention of Nuclear War in Britain. Journal of Social History
  3. SCIENTISTS, THE PUBLIC, THE STATE, AND THE DEBATE OVER THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND HUMAN HEALTH EFFECTS OF NUCLEAR TESTING IN BRITAIN, 1950–1958. The Historical Journal 59(01), 221-251.
  4. Review Article Chokepoints: Movement, mobility, regulation and the Suez and Panama Canals in global history. The Mariner's Mirror 102(2), 221-225.
  5. Der Nord-Ostsee-Kanal in der britischen Strategie und Propaganda zu Beginn des Zweiten Weltkrieges [The Kiel Canal in British Strategy and Propaganda at the Start of the Second World War]. Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Schleswig-Holsteinische Geschichte 118, 241-263.
  6. Britannia Rules the Atom: The James Bond Phenomenon and Postwar British Nuclear Culture. Journal of Popular Culture 46(2), 358-377.
  7. & ‘Geschichtsdarstellung – Geschichtsaneignung: Emotionale Gedächtnisaktivierung am Beispiel des TV-Eventfilms Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter (ZDF 2013)’ [‘Representing History – Appropriating History: Emotional Memory Activation in the TV Historical Event Film Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter (ZDF 2013)’]. Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 46(2/3), 179-204.
  8. Atoms for the People: the Atomic Scientists' Association, the British State and Nuclear Education in the Atom Train Exhibition, 1947-1948. British Journal for the History of Science 45(4), 591-608.
  9. & Introduction: British Nuclear Culture. British Journal for the History of Science 45(4), 479-493.
  10. 'Los Alamos in a way was a city of foreigners': German-speaking Émigré Scientists and the Making of the Atom Bomb at Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1943-1946. New Mexico Historical Review 86(2), 223-250.
  11. ‘An Extraordinary Achievement of the "American Way":' Hollywood and the Americanization of the Making of the Atom Bomb in Fat Man & Little Boy. European Journal of American Culture 28(1), 41-56.
  12. & Reel Spies 'Die Another Day': Continuity and Change in the 007 Film Series. Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 36(4), 347-367.
  13. The Beginning or the End? Early Cultural Fallout from the Atom Bomb. Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 36(1), 59-75.

Books

  1. & (Eds.). British Nuclear Culture.
  2. Elemental Germans. Klaus Fuchs, Rudolf Peierls and the Making of British Nuclear Culture, 1939-1959. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  3. & (Eds.). Divided, But Not Disconnected: German Experiences of the Cold War. New York: Berghahn Books.

Book Chapters

  1. ‘Grenzenlose Medizin? Britische MedizinerInnen, Europa und die Prävention eines Atomkrieges während der 1980er Jahre’ [‘Medicine without Frontiers? British Medical Professionals, Europe and the Prevention of Nuclear War during the 1980s’]. In Gespannte Verhältnisse: Frieden und Protest in Europa in den 1970er und 1980er Jahren [Stressed Relations: Peace and Protest in Europe in the 1970s and 1980s], ed. by Claudia Kemper. (pp. 127-150). Essen: Klartext Verlag.
  2. ‘An Imagined Cataclysm Becomes Fact': British Photojournalism and Real and Imagined Nuclear War in Picture Post. In Catherine Jolivette (Ed.), British Art in the Nuclear Age. (pp. 81-101). Farnham: Ashgate.
  3. Bereits nach Ablauf der Halbwertszeit droht der völlige Zerfall: Die britische Atomic Scientists’ Association, die Ideologie der 'objektiven' Wissenschaft und die H-Bombe [The British Atomic Scientists’ Association, the Ideology of 'Objective' Science and the H-Bomb]. In Christian Forstner and Dieter Hoffmann (Ed.), Physik im Kalten Krieg: Beiträge zur Physikgeschichte während des Ost-West-Konflikts [Physics in the Cold War: Essays on the History of Physics during the East-West Conflict]. (pp. 265-272). Wiesbaden: Springer Spektrum.
  4. Zurück in die nukleare Zukunft: Das Beispiel Großbritannien [Back to the Nuclear Future: The British Case]. In Bernd Greiner, Tim B. Müller and Klaas Voß (Ed.), Erbe des Kalten Krieges [Legacies of the Cold War]. (pp. 231-241). Hamburg: Hamburger Edition.
  5. ‘Dawn – Or Dusk?': Britain’s Picture Post Confronts Nuclear Energy. In Dick van Lente (Ed.), The Nuclear Age in Popular Media: A Transnational History. (pp. 117-148). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  6. Re-enacting the First Battle of the Cold War: Postwall German Television Confronts the Berlin Airlift in Die Luftbrücke – Nur der Himmel war frei. In Tobias Hochscherf, Christoph Laucht and Andrew Plowman (Ed.), Divided, But not Disconnected: German Experiences of the Cold War. (pp. 190-203). New York: Berghahn Books.
  7. & Introduction. In Tobias Hochscherf, Christoph Laucht and Andrew Plowman (Ed.), Divided, But not Disconnected: German Experiences of the Cold War. (pp. 1-10). New York: Berghahn Books.
  8. ‘Every Nation Needs a Legend': The Miracle of Bern and the Formation of a German Postwar Foundational Myth. In Ron Briley, Michael Schoenecke and Deborah A. Carmichael (Ed.), All-Stars and Movie Stars: Sports in Film and History. (pp. 279-302). Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky.
  9. Von Kakanien nach Komakuku: Von der Bedeutung Österreich-Ungarns als internationaler Seemacht [From Kakania to Komakuku: On the Importance of Austria-Hungary as International Sea Power]. In Peter Pabisch (Ed.), Patentlösung oder Zankapfel? «German Studies» für den internationalen Bereich als Alternative zur Germanistik - Beispiele aus Amerika [Nostrum or Apple of Discord? German Studies as Alternative to Germanistik in the International Context – Case Studies from America], Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik, Reihe A Kongressberichte. (pp. 251-271). Bern: Peter Lang.