Centre interdisciplinaire sur les enjeux stratégiques (CIENS)

Round-Table “Young Researchers”

The research seminar organised by CIENS on “European nuclear trajectories” is an opportunity to look back at the nuclear history of three key countries in Western Europe, enabling us to establish divergences, commonalities and circulations between Germany, France and Italy, during the Cold War and beyond.

On Tuesday 14 May, from 5pm to 7pm, a “Young Researchers” round table (link to register here) will look at various aspects of France’s nuclear policy. Three doctoral students will be presenting their work:

  • Inoue Masatoshi (EHESS / Centre Alexandre-Koyré and at the Centre d’étude des mouvements sociaux) will focus on “The visibility and invisibility of victims: revisiting the reception of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in post-war France”.
  • Manatea TAIARUI (University of French Polynesia / Pacific Doctoral School) will look at French nuclear testing in the Pacific during the Cold War (1963-1975).
  • Florian Gallleri (Nantes University / CRHIA) will examine the European dimension of deterrence after the Cold War.

Venue: 45 rue d’Ulm, Rez-de-Chaussée, Salle Beckett.

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