14-16 March 1999 -- Cambridge, UK, Workshop
1. Program: (Tentative)
SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1999
Arrival of CWIHP participants in Cambridge (airport bus from Heathrow) and settling in at their various Cambridge colleges. PM possible walk around Cambridge to see some sights and get oriented.
Dinner in one of the Colleges – after-dinner speaker Chris Andrew
Colloquium sessions will be held in the History Faculty, West Road.
MONDAY, MARCH 15
This day will be open to undergrads doing courses on IR in 20th C. (DReynolds) and 20th C. Intelligence (CAndrews) and grads from International History Seminar.
Brief welcome and housekeeping (DR)
Session 1 CO/CWIHP – MB/NSA Shopwindow
30 mins (CWIHP) + 30 mins (NSA) + 30 mins for questions
Websites during presentations
(Otherwise available for small groups to consult during breaks)
Session 2 Research highlights keyed to broad audience
VZ on Stalin/USSR, CJ on Mao/China (30 mins + 30 mins + questions)
Session 3 (As above)
JH on Cuba, OAW on Sino-Soviet Relations
Session 4 (As above)
VZ/CO on Germany/Europe
Dinner in a College
TUESDAY, MARCH 16
Presentations by Cambridge PhD students in the field:
Hungary 1956, Brandt's Ostpolitik, the Baltics in 1980s and 1990s
USSR in Malenkov era, GB & Taiwan
Possible additional presentations by CA (either am or early pm)
"Where is Cold War History Going?"
Possible CO/CWIHP MB/Archive presentation on future plans
DR on new concepts (OAW as co-panelist?)
And continuing more informally over tea
Final dinner in a College
J. Haslam on his new biography of EH Carr