Cold War Power: Culture as a Weapon — Student Conference


Date: May 02, 2018
Time: 10:45 am - 4:30 pm
Location: Room 1201, International Affairs Building

Please RSVP online at bit.ly/coldwarpower.

Full conference program can be viewed here.

Nixon at Disneyland, 1955 (USC Digital Archive)

A student conference for Prof. Victoria Phillips’ course “Cold War Power: Culture as a Weapon” at Columbia University

Featuring Alexander Cooley, Victoria de Grazia, Bradley Gorski, Victoria Phillips, and Anders Stephanson

Keynote: Alexander Cooley
Ordering Eurasia: The Rise and Decline of the Liberal Internationalism in the Post-Communist Space

Panels
— American Jazzmen and Boxers Fight the Cold War
— Words are a Weapon: Literature and Soft Power
— Location, Location, Location: Nixon in Disneyland, Nevada’s Nuclear Ballerina, and Bridges in Space

Closing Remarks: Victoria de Grazia
And When the Cold War was Over?

A light lunch and afternoon refreshments will be served

Please RSVP online at bit.ly/coldwarpower

 

Sponsored by The European Institute, The Harriman Institute, and The Department of History

 

Date: May 02, 2018
Time: 10:45 am - 4:30 pm
Location: Room 1201, International Affairs Building

Please RSVP online at bit.ly/coldwarpower.

Full conference program can be viewed here.

Nixon at Disneyland, 1955 (USC Digital Archive)

A student conference for Prof. Victoria Phillips’ course “Cold War Power: Culture as a Weapon” at Columbia University

Featuring Alexander Cooley, Victoria de Grazia, Bradley Gorski, Victoria Phillips, and Anders Stephanson

Keynote: Alexander Cooley
Ordering Eurasia: The Rise and Decline of the Liberal Internationalism in the Post-Communist Space

Panels
— American Jazzmen and Boxers Fight the Cold War
— Words are a Weapon: Literature and Soft Power
— Location, Location, Location: Nixon in Disneyland, Nevada’s Nuclear Ballerina, and Bridges in Space

Closing Remarks: Victoria de Grazia
And When the Cold War was Over?

A light lunch and afternoon refreshments will be served

Please RSVP online at bit.ly/coldwarpower

 

Sponsored by The European Institute, The Harriman Institute, and The Department of History

 

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