Cold War Public Diplomacy: The Power of Culture


Date: Dec 11, 2015

Cold-War-Public-Diplomacy

Cold War Public Diplomacy: The Power of Culture, a student conference

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Opening Remarks by EI Director Adam Tooze: 10:30am-11am

World Leaders and Propaganda: 11:00am -12:20pm

Danielle Smith: “Summer to Fall: Nikita Khrushchev’s 1959 Rhetoric in America”

Nate Grau: “America’s Global Vision: Time, Henry Luce, and Cold War Geopolitics.”

Alex Longoria: “Political vs. Cultural Attraction: Presidential Soft Power in the Early Cold War”

Max Finkel: “Raymond Loewy: Modernist”

Commentator: François Carrel-Billiard, Associate Director, European Institute

Lunch: 12:20pm -12:45pm

Soft Power?: 12:45pm -1:50pm

Kyle Long: “American Higher Education Institution: The Case of Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies during the Cold War”

Fan Cheng: “The Terror of Culture”

Shana Aguilar: “The Amazing Disappearing Act of Anti-Japanese Racism.”

Commentator: Victoria Phillips, Lecturer in History

Break: 1:50pm -2pm

The Performance of Cultural Exchange: 2pm – 3:15pm

Isabel Mcgrory-Klyza: “The Soft Power of Ballet: American Ballet Theatre’s 1960 State Department-Sponsored Tour of the Soviet Union”

Thalia Ertman: “Tales of Suspense 42: Iron Man vs. The Red Barbarian”

Blaze Joel: “The 1980 Olympic Games: The Seeming Triumph of America”

Commentator: Lynn Garafola, Professor of Dance

Broadcasting “Truth”: 3:20pm-4:45pm

Kelly Wood: “France, 1948: Act I of the Cold War.”

Alexandra Fergen: “American Cinematic Propaganda During the Early Post War in Germany”

Monique Kil: “A Penny for Every Word: Raising ‘Truth Dollars'”

Commentator: Richard R. John, Professor of History and Communications

Closing Remarks: 4:45-5pm

Date: Dec 11, 2015

Cold-War-Public-Diplomacy

Cold War Public Diplomacy: The Power of Culture, a student conference

Please click here to RSVP.

Opening Remarks by EI Director Adam Tooze: 10:30am-11am

World Leaders and Propaganda: 11:00am -12:20pm

Danielle Smith: “Summer to Fall: Nikita Khrushchev’s 1959 Rhetoric in America”

Nate Grau: “America’s Global Vision: Time, Henry Luce, and Cold War Geopolitics.”

Alex Longoria: “Political vs. Cultural Attraction: Presidential Soft Power in the Early Cold War”

Max Finkel: “Raymond Loewy: Modernist”

Commentator: François Carrel-Billiard, Associate Director, European Institute

Lunch: 12:20pm -12:45pm

Soft Power?: 12:45pm -1:50pm

Kyle Long: “American Higher Education Institution: The Case of Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies during the Cold War”

Fan Cheng: “The Terror of Culture”

Shana Aguilar: “The Amazing Disappearing Act of Anti-Japanese Racism.”

Commentator: Victoria Phillips, Lecturer in History

Break: 1:50pm -2pm

The Performance of Cultural Exchange: 2pm – 3:15pm

Isabel Mcgrory-Klyza: “The Soft Power of Ballet: American Ballet Theatre’s 1960 State Department-Sponsored Tour of the Soviet Union”

Thalia Ertman: “Tales of Suspense 42: Iron Man vs. The Red Barbarian”

Blaze Joel: “The 1980 Olympic Games: The Seeming Triumph of America”

Commentator: Lynn Garafola, Professor of Dance

Broadcasting “Truth”: 3:20pm-4:45pm

Kelly Wood: “France, 1948: Act I of the Cold War.”

Alexandra Fergen: “American Cinematic Propaganda During the Early Post War in Germany”

Monique Kil: “A Penny for Every Word: Raising ‘Truth Dollars'”

Commentator: Richard R. John, Professor of History and Communications

Closing Remarks: 4:45-5pm

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