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Diane S. Clemens
University of California, Berkeley
World War II and Early cold war history
Status and issues of Native American sovereignty
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Diplo
Advisory Board Member for H-Russia
Reviewer for H-German
|Interests:||Diplomacy and International Relations
Ethnic History / Studies
Ph.D UC Santa Barbara (Alex de Conde) 1962.
Taught at MIT, Berkeley (since 1972), Boston University Overseas Program (Germany, Italy, Belgium, 1982-84).
US Diplomatic History survey courses, graduate and undergraduate courses in Vietnam, World War II, Cold War.
US History Survey, multicultural, for Berkeley's American Cultures requirement.
_Yalta_, Oxford University Press, 1970.
"From Isolationism to Internationalism: America's World War II Occupation Plans for Postwar Europe: Alternative to the Cold War," Ost-West-Beziehungen: Konfrontation und Detente, 1945-1989.Herausgegeben von Gustav Schmidt, Band 2, Bochum, Germany: Universitatsverglag Dr. N.Brockmeyer, 1993, 119-141.
"From War to Cold War: The Role of Harriman, Deane, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Reversal of Cooperation with the Soviet Union, April, 1945." The International History Review, XIV (May 1992), 277-306.
"Executive Agreements," in Encylopedia of American Foreign Policy, ed., Alexander DeConde. Charles Scribners and Sons, 1978, Vol I, 339-58.
Numerous OAH and AHA appearances, participation in meetings US-Soviet Historians of World War II, Yalta
1992, Middelburgh 1995 Paper, "The Allies and Three Days of Surrender: 'UNplanning' the Surrender," 6th Symposium of US-Soviet Historians of World War II, Roosevelt Study Center, Middelburgh, Holland.