Cold War Studies Seminar
Features scholars who have been working in the newly-opened archives of East-Central Europe and the former Soviet Union. Intended to shed new light on events from the Cold War era and encourage the use of archival evidence to test theories of domestic and international politics. Sponsored by the Project on Cold War Studies.
Chair: Mark Kramer
Nathalie Moine, Researcher, Center for Russian, Caucasian and East-European Studies, Paris
Albena Azmanova, Associate Professor of Social and Political Theory, Brussels School of International Studies, University of Kent (UK)
Nadia Boyadjieva, Professor of International Relations and International Law, Plovdiiv University
Noemi Marin, Professor of Communication and Director of the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies, Florida Atlantic University
Geoffrey Roberts, Professor of Modern History, University College Cork (Ireland)
Lavinia Stan, Associate Professor of Political Science, St. Francis Xavier University
Charles Gati, Professor of International Relations, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
Francis J. Gavin, Tom Slick Professor of International Affairs, and Director, Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law, University of Texas at Austin
Robert Jervis, Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Affairs, Columbia...
Eugene Kogan, Research Fellow, Brandeis University
Michael Dobbs, Author and Former Moscow Bureau Chief, The Washington Post
James Mark, Professor of History, University of Exeter (UK)
Ivan Kurilla, Professor of History, Volgograd State University; Visiting Scholar, George Washington University
Joshua Rubenstein, Senior Adviser, Amnesty International USA; Davis Center Associate
Nina Tumarkin, Professor of History,...
Vladimir Tismaneanu, Professor of Government, University of Maryland at College Park
Peter Ruggenthaler, Senior Researcher, Boltzmann Institute for Research on War's Consequences
Kristina Spohr, Senior Lecturer in International History, London School of Economics
Commentary by Charles Maier, Leverett Saltonstall Professor of History, Harvard University