Cold War Power: A Conference


Date: May 06, 2016

Cold-War-Conference

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10-10:30: Keynote Speaker: Sergei Zhuk

10:30-12noon: Peace, Truth, Power, and the Legacy of President Dwight D. Eisenhower: The Hot War Turned Cold

Commentator: Sergei Zhuk

Sarah Roth: “The ‘-ess’ Effect: How Three Women Shaped the Legacy of the Eisenhower Administration”

Blake T. Mueller: “The Peace Corps”

Fatima Dar: “Psychological Warfare and Soft Power: A State of Total War”

Adriana Popa: “Radio Free Europe: The Battle in Eastern Europe”

11:30-12noon: Comments and Questions

12noon-12:15: Lunch

12:15-2:00pm: The Architecture of Hot Power, and Aesthetics

Commentator: François Carrel-Billiard

Spencer Cohen: “Military Base as a Symbol: The Cultural Diplomatic Effect of American Military Bases in Okinawa,” with commentary by François Carrel-Billiard

Nathan Grau: “War in the Crowd: France’s Revolutionary Warfare on the Frontlines of the Cold War,”

Annika Freudenberger: “Architectural Diplomacy: Soft Power and American Embassies During the Cold War,” with commentary by François  Carrel-Billiard

Elena Schwamm: “Blueprints and Blue Prints: Design Aesthetics in the Cold War,” with commentary by François  Carrel-Billiard

2-pm-2:45pm: From “Star Trek” to “Space Bridges”: A New Cold War?

Commentator: Elizabeth Leake

Tinatin Japaridze: “MIND THE GAP: Rebuilding the U.S.-Russian Space Bridge in the Post-Cold War Era”

Caitlin de Lisser-Ellen: “New Hollywood and Paradoxical Counterculture: A Youthful Cold War Perspective”

Thalia Ertman: “Spies, Stars and Stripes: They Portrayal of Russians in Star Trek and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.”

2:45pm-3:15pm: Comments and Questions

3:15-3:30pm: Break

3:30-4:45: Hot Power, Fear Management, and Civil Defense

Commentator: Thai Jones

Sara Newman: “American Library Censorship Abroad”

Allison Emmet: “Fear Management and the Nuclear American Identity”

Lina Raciukaitis: “Protection or Propaganda?: United States Civil Defense in the 1950s and 1960s”

4:1-4:45pm: Comments and Questions

Closing Remarks

Date: May 06, 2016

Cold-War-Conference

Click here to RSVP.

10-10:30: Keynote Speaker: Sergei Zhuk

10:30-12noon: Peace, Truth, Power, and the Legacy of President Dwight D. Eisenhower: The Hot War Turned Cold

Commentator: Sergei Zhuk

Sarah Roth: “The ‘-ess’ Effect: How Three Women Shaped the Legacy of the Eisenhower Administration”

Blake T. Mueller: “The Peace Corps”

Fatima Dar: “Psychological Warfare and Soft Power: A State of Total War”

Adriana Popa: “Radio Free Europe: The Battle in Eastern Europe”

11:30-12noon: Comments and Questions

12noon-12:15: Lunch

12:15-2:00pm: The Architecture of Hot Power, and Aesthetics

Commentator: François Carrel-Billiard

Spencer Cohen: “Military Base as a Symbol: The Cultural Diplomatic Effect of American Military Bases in Okinawa,” with commentary by François Carrel-Billiard

Nathan Grau: “War in the Crowd: France’s Revolutionary Warfare on the Frontlines of the Cold War,”

Annika Freudenberger: “Architectural Diplomacy: Soft Power and American Embassies During the Cold War,” with commentary by François  Carrel-Billiard

Elena Schwamm: “Blueprints and Blue Prints: Design Aesthetics in the Cold War,” with commentary by François  Carrel-Billiard

2-pm-2:45pm: From “Star Trek” to “Space Bridges”: A New Cold War?

Commentator: Elizabeth Leake

Tinatin Japaridze: “MIND THE GAP: Rebuilding the U.S.-Russian Space Bridge in the Post-Cold War Era”

Caitlin de Lisser-Ellen: “New Hollywood and Paradoxical Counterculture: A Youthful Cold War Perspective”

Thalia Ertman: “Spies, Stars and Stripes: They Portrayal of Russians in Star Trek and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.”

2:45pm-3:15pm: Comments and Questions

3:15-3:30pm: Break

3:30-4:45: Hot Power, Fear Management, and Civil Defense

Commentator: Thai Jones

Sara Newman: “American Library Censorship Abroad”

Allison Emmet: “Fear Management and the Nuclear American Identity”

Lina Raciukaitis: “Protection or Propaganda?: United States Civil Defense in the 1950s and 1960s”

4:1-4:45pm: Comments and Questions

Closing Remarks

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