New Volume in CWIHP Book Series Available
Mar 17, 2003
Confronting Vietnam: Soviet Policy toward the Indochina Conflict, 1954-1963
Ilya Gaiduk, former CWIHP Fellow and Kennan Institute ECA Regional Exchange Scholar publishes the new volume in the CWIHP Books Series. Based on extensive research in the Russian archives, this book examines the Soviet approach to the Vietnam conflict between the 1954 Geneva conference on Indochina and late 1963, when the conflict was radically transformed. For more information or to order a copy, [CLICK HERE]
The Cold War International History Project and The George Washington University are partners in an ongoing NEH-supported collaboration to train high school teachers in recent advances in Cold War historiography and to build a website extension to store and display online resources. A summer seminar for high school teachers held last year on the GWU campus is taking place again this summer. Read the article by Emmett Berg in the March/April 2003 issue of Humanities. Click on the title above to read the article on the NEH website or see below.
3/3/03--The Cold War International History Project and its Bulgarian partner, the "Cold War Research Group-Bulgaria" are pleased to announce the publication of a new CD-ROM on "Bulgaria and the Cold War. Documents from Todor Zhivkov's Personal Records." Containing never-before published documents from the personal archive of Bulgaria's former Communist dictator Todor Zhivkov, Eastern Europe's longest serving Stalinist leader, the collection covers the entire period of Zhivkov's reign from his election as Communist party leader in 1954 through the collapse of communism in Bulgaria in 1989. [Read More]
11/25/02--The Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) is pleased to announce a graduate student conference on the Cold War co-organized by two CWIHP partners, The UC Santa Barbara Center for Cold War Studies (CCWS) and the George Washington University Cold War Group (GWCW). The conference will be held at the University of California, Santa Barbara, on May 2-4, 2003.
Cold War International History Project announces Graduate Student History Conference at Temple UniversityFeb 01, 2003
The James A. Barnes Club, Temple University's graduate-student historyorganization, is pleased to announce the Eighth Annual Barnes ClubConference. The conference will be held on Saturday, February 22, 2002,from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on the Third Floor of Temple University's StudentCenter (formerly the Student Activity Center or SAC) on Main Campus in NorthPhiladelphia. All are welcome to attend.
1/21/03--In cooperation with the Cold War International History Project (CWIHP), the George Washington Cold War Group and the Cold War History Research Center in Budapest are organizing a conference in Budapest, Hungary, October 30-November 2, 2003. The theme of the conference will be "New Central and Eastern European Evidence on the Cold War in Asia."For more information on the conference or on how to submit a paper proposal, [Read more].
01/01/03--CWIHP-partner "Association Diplomatie et Stratégie" (Paris) to hold conference on the Vietnam War in January 2003.
12/02/02--Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations, spoke briefly with staff and scholars at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on December 2.
11/29/02--CWIHP announces a call for applications from graduate students interested in participating in a Summer Institute on Conducting Archival Research (June 4-5, 2003), hosted and sponsored by the George Washington University Cold War Group in cooperation with CWIHP and the National Security Archive.Applications are due February 3, 2003.
The German Historical Institute in Washington D.C. has just published itsnew up to date reference guide 'The GDR in German Archives'. Featuringcentral, state, church and specialized archives as well as information onmajor research institutions and libraries, this publication provides ahelpful first orientation and overview on sources pertaining to the historyof the Soviet Zone of Occupation and the German Democratic Republic.