CWIHP Director Christian Ostermann to Provide Keynote Address at Opening Conference of The Diefenbunker, Canada's Cold War Museum
CWIHP Director Christian Ostermann will provide the keynote address for the November 8-9 2008 international conference Cold Culture: A Symposium on New Approaches to Cold War Research, Education, and Expression, the first conference hosted by the Diefenbunker, Canada's new Cold War Museum.
The two-day conference was organized to bring together a broad range of professional scholars, artists, filmmakers, teachers, museum professionals and journalists who shape how the Cold War is understood today.
Ostermann's keynote address will explore new approaches to Cold War research.
Click here to download the conference program.
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