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Call for Papers: European Summer School on the (Global) Cold War

The partner institutions of the European Summer School on Cold War History and the Cold War Research Network in the Netherlands seek paper proposals for the 10th edition of the Summer School, which will be hosted (virtually) by the Global Cold War Group at Utrecht University on 1-3 September 2021.

The partner institutions of the European Summer School on Cold War History and the Cold War Research Network in the Netherlands seek paper proposals for the 10th edition of the Summer School, which will be hosted (virtually) by the Global Cold War Group at Utrecht University on 1-3 September 2021.

The attached document from the organizers provides full details on the Summer School and procedures for submitting a proposal.

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