Contribute your publications to the "Bibliography of New Cold War History"
The Cold War History Research Center in Budapest, celebrating the 20th anniversary of its foundation, invites your submissions to their extensive Bibliography of New Cold War History. It attempts to collect the publications on the history of the Cold War published after 1989, the beginning of the “archival revolution” in the former Soviet bloc countries.
The Cold War History Research Center in Budapest, celebrating the 20th anniversary of its foundation, invites your submissions to their extensive Bibliography of New Cold War History. It attempts to collect the publications on the history of the Cold War published after 1989, the beginning of the “archival revolution” in the former Soviet bloc countries. While this first edition is far from complete, it collects a huge number of books, articles and book chapters on the topic.
The CWHRC invites you to send a full list of your publications on any aspects of the Cold War, published since 1989, directly to them. The deadline for submission is 15November, 2018.
The editors of the bibliography ask that you organize the list into two categories (1. Books, 2. Articles/Book chapters) and ask that all submissions are sent in Microsoft Word format using the suggested style below. If the language of the work is not English, please provide an English translation of the title in square brackets [ ].
Book: WESTAD, Arne Odd: The Cold War: A World history. London, Allen Lane, 2017
Article: BOZO, Frédéric: Mitterrand’s France, the End of the Cold War, and German Unification: A Reappraisal. Cold War History, 2007, Vol. 7, No. 4, 455-78.
Book chapter: DEIGHTON, Anne: Britain and the Cold War, 1945–1955. In: Leffler, Melvin P. - Westad, Odd Arne (eds.): The Cambridge History of the Cold War: Vol.1 - Origins. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2010, 112-132.
NUTI, Leopoldo: A Decade of Delusions and Disappointments: Italy and NATO in the 1960s. In: Wenger, Andreas – Nünlist, Christian – Locher, Anna (eds.): Transforming NATO in the Cold War: Challenges Beyond Deterrence in the 1960s. London, Routledge, 2007.
ALL publications from the following journals and series below have already been included in the present version of the bibliography, so it is not necessary to include your works published in these publications:
- CWIHP Bulletin
- CWIHP Working papers series
- CWIHP e-Dossier series
- Journal of Cold War Studies
- Cold War History
- The Cambridge History of the Cold War. Vols. 1-3.
- National Security Archive Briefing books
If you have no time for re-formatting your list according to the samples above, please, send the list as it is and CWHRC interns will format them for inclusion.
Please, feel free to share this invitation with any of your interested colleagues, including PhD candidates.
Submissions can be sent to:
Valeria PUGA ALVAREZ, Ph.D. Candidate
Acting Research Coordinator
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