Dr. Jan-Henrik Meyer
Dr. Jan-Henrik Meyer is an expert on the politics and history of the European Union. His areas of specialisation are European environmental and energy policies, European institutions, and democracy, public sphere and identity in Europe. He is a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory, Frankfurt, examining the Emergence of European environmental law and policy. At the Institute for Futures Studies and Technology Assessment in Berlin he co-directs a project on the history of public engagement with nuclear energy in West Germany. Previously, he was an associate professor at the University of Copenhagen as part of a collaborative project on the History of Nuclear Energy and Society in Europe, focussing on Denmark and transnational anti-nuclear activism.
Mr. Meyer has taught various courses in European Studies in Portsmouth (England), Aarhus, (Denmark) and Trondheim (Norway), as well as Environmental Studies at NYU Berlin.