Speaker Series | 10 July | Antje Nötzold (TU Chemnitz): Learning to (Un)Love the Bomb: The Problem of Nuclear Weapons and (Non)Proliferation Reconsidered
Where? UR Campus: DE 2.121 (New Biology building)
When? Monday, 10 July 2023 - 14:15-15:45
The ScienceCampus and Dr. Gerlinde Groitl look forward to welcoming you on Monday 10 July at 14:15 to 15:45 for the final public talk in the speaker series on transatlantic security issues "(In)Security: Europe and America in the Modern World". You can find more details of the series here.
In this talk, Antje Nötzold (TU Chemnitz) will speak on: Learning to (Un)Love the Bomb: The Problem of Nuclear Weapons and (Non)Proliferation Reconsidered.
PD. Dr. Antje Nötzold is a lecturer in political science at Chemnitz University of Technology. She is an expert on nuclear proliferation and denuclearization, with her 2022 Habilitation thesis looking at "Entscheidung zur Denuklearisierung. Eine Prozessanalyse der nuklearen Abrüstung in Südafrika – Implikationen für die Non-Proliferationsforschung und -politik" (Decision to Denuclearize: A Process Analysis of Nuclear Disarmament in South Africa - Implications for Non-Proliferation Research and Policy). She has also published on EU and Chinese energy policy and geopolitical rivalries, among other themes. She is a Non-Resident Fellow at the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS), Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC and Associate Fellow at CASSIS (Center for Advanced Security, Strategic and Integration Studies), Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn.
This talk is open to all.