Ray Cunningham

Anglo-German academic communication services


Publications and talks (selection)

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Myth and Politics in Thomas Mann’s Joseph und seine Brüder, Akademischer Verlag, Stuttgart, 1985; The Anglo-German Foundation 1973-2009, Anglo-German Foundation, London, 2009

Translator (selection)

Sustainability: A cultural history, by Ulrich Grober, Green Books, Totnes, 2012;

A World Parliament: Governance and Democracy in the 21st Century, by Andreas Bummel and Jo Leinen, Democracy Without Borders, April 2018; The Politics of Sufficiency, by Uwe Schneidewind and Angelika Zahrnt, (Oekom Verlag Muenchen, August 2014)

Editor (jointly with John Blewitt)

The Post-Growth Project: How the end of economic growth could bring a fairer and happer society, Green House Books (October 2014)

Series Editor (jointly with Tony Atkinson)

Creating sustainable growth in Europe, Oxford University Press, 2011 -



The Potential Impact of Brexit on the Prospects for a Green Transition in Europe, Green European Foundation, March 2018

What's the point of the EU? The World War I Centenary and the myth of the EU's "peace mission'' Green House thinktank, September 2014; A European Dream? The slow awakening of sustainability Green European Journal, April 2013; Reclaiming ‘sustainability' Resurgence/Ecologist magazine, May 2012; The trade unions in Great Britain Friedrich Ebert Foundation, April 2012



Europe´s future, Universität Witten-Herdecke, January 2018

Brexit – how did it happen, and what happens next?, Universität Witten-Herdecke and European Works Councils Academy Hamburg, January 2017

The UK Referendum on the EU, European Works Councils Academy, London April 2016

Reclaiming sustainability, University of Surrey, November 2017 (and every year since 2012); also at 'GreenSpeak', Brighton; Policy Studies Institute, London; Schumacher Institute, Bristol; University College London (you can watch this presentation here)  

Nachhaltigkeit übersetzen Goethe Nationalmuseum Weimar, May 2013

Britain and Germany - two competing models of capitalism?, Sussex University, 2010; Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge, 2011; Roehampton University, January 2013; Brighton University, February 2013

The economic and environmental crises, Joint Compass – Friedrich Ebert Foundation conference on ‘Sustainability in the Good Society’, London, December 2011






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