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IHS Workshop: "New Research in Neo-colonial Thought: The United Nations and The Question of Economic Justice, 1952-1966" by Christopher Dietrich, Ph.D. Candidate in History, UT Austin

Mon, March 26, 2012 • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM • GAR 4.100

Christopher Dietrich is a Ph.D. Candidate the history of U.S. foreign relaitons with a specialization in imperialism and decolonization.  His dissertation, The Permanence of Power, examines the causes and consequences of the 1970s energy crisis, emphasizing competing international intellectual currents regarding economic development during the Cold War and early processes of modern globalization.  He has published articles about the relationship between the international political economy and American foreign policy in Diplomacy & Statecraft, Itinerario, and Perspectives in American History, as well as op-eds in Politico, Informed Comment, and Not Even Past.

More information about Christopher Dietrich:
http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/history/graduate/gradstudents/profile.php?id=crd526

"Oil and Weapons in Gaddafi's Libya," on Not Even Past
http://www.notevenpast.org/blogentry/oil-and-weapons-gaddafis-libya

"Historians on Occupy Wall Street: Protest, Dissent, and the Search for Order," on Not Even Past
http://www.notevenpast.org/blogentry/historians-occupy-wall-street-protest-dissent-and-search-order

Responder:
Brian McNeil, PhD Candidate in History, UT Austin.
http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/history/graduate/gradstudents/profile.php?id=bem643

Chair:
Matthew Gildner, PhD Candidate in History, UT Austin.
http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/history/graduate/gradstudents/profile.php?id=gildner

Free and open to the public. RSVP required. To RSVP and receive a copy of the pre-circulated paper, please email Courtney Meador by 9 a.m., Friday, March 23.

Sponsored by: Institute for Historical Studies, Department of History


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