SIXTH ANNUAL GRADUATE STUDENT CONFERENCE ON THE COLD WAR
University of California, Santa Barbara
May 11-12, 2001
The Cold War History Group (COWHIG) at the University of California,
Santa Barbara, announces a call for papers for its sixth annual graduate student conference on the Cold War, to be held on the campus of UCSB, May 11-12, 2001.
The conference keynote speaker this year will be Professor Marilyn Young of New York University.
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The Cold War History Group also invites faculty participation as
commentators and panel chairs. If you would like to participate in this way, please contact John Sbardellati, conference coordinator:
The Cold War History Group is dedicated to promoting discussion and the
exchange of ideas on topics related to the study of the Cold War,
broadly conceived, and acts as a forum to discuss research in progress.
COWHIG draws its participants from a range of historical perspectives
and academic disciplines. In addition to the annual student conference, COWHIG sponsors special events including guest lectures and graduate student workshops led by recognized experts in the field. In recent years, COWHIG's guests have included Robert McMahon, Norman Naimark, Wilson Miscamble, George Herring, Chester Pach, Robert Schulzinger, Jerald Combs, Diane Clemens, Timothy Naftali, John Lewis Gaddis, Vladislav Zubok, Chen Jian, David Wolff, Larry Berman, Deborah Welch Larson, Roger Dingman, and H.W. Brands. The co-convenors of COWHIG are Professors Fred Logevall and Tsuyoshi Hasegawa. For further information visit our web page.
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