Conference: Cold War Cultures. Transnational and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Thu, September 30, 2010
Cold War Cultures: Interdisciplinary and Transnational Perspectives is a four-day conference at the University of Texas at Austin planned as the culmination of a series of events held in Fall, 2010, on the campus.
These events will include the conference, several keynote speeches by international and local scholars, and a film series; more details to come. Because of the generosity of our sponsors, all events will be free of charge and open to the public.
CONFERENCE ATTENDENCE IS FREE
AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
THERE ARE NO FEES OR REGISTRATION.
John D. Kelly (Anthropology, University of Chicago)
"When in the Course of Human Events? Situating the Cold War"
1:00 PM, Friday, 1 October 2010
Muhsin Jassim Al-Musawi
Arabic Literature, Columbia University
“Literature at War: Beirut, Rome, and Baghdad.”
History, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
“Big Brother ® – Made in America: How Soviet Agents Stole American
Secrets to Create the Nuclear Security State”
Ambassador Robert Hutchings
LBJ School of Public Affairs, UT Austin
“American Diplomacy and the End of the Cold War”
John D. Kelly
Anthropology, University of Chicago
“When in the Course of Human Events? Situating the Cold War”
History, Yale University
“The Three Faces of Containment in the Americas”
Université de Paris 1, Université de Cergy-Pontoise
“Atlanticism as a Construction of the Cold War”
September 30 – October 3
Please see http://www.coldwarcultures.org for more information.
Email the organizing committee at firstname.lastname@example.org