Cold War Archives Research


As part of its Initiative on Cultural Power in International Relations, the European Institute offers the Cold War Archives Research (CWAR) Fellowship. The fellowship was created in 2015 under the name “Radio Free Europe Research Project Fellowship” and was renamed in 2017 to “Cold War Archives Research Fellowship” as the focus was expanded to other cultural and geographical projects.

Please visit the Cold War Archives Research Fellowship page for more information and application materials for the current cycle.

The project is led by Professor Victoria Phillips, Lecturer in History at Columbia, who teaches two courses on the Cold War at Columbia: one on public diplomacy and the other one on soft and hard power. Professor Csaba Békés, Professor of History at Corvinus University in Budapest and Founding Director of the Cold War History Research Center in Budapest, and A. Ross Johnson, Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution and former Director of Radio Free Europe, serve as advisers to the project.

The European Institute’s CWAR Fellowship offers to selected Columbia students the opportunity to conduct original archival research on the history of culture and the Cold War. Those interested in public diplomacy, journalistic history, the Cold War, and the engagement of modern Europe with other regions will find abundant resources for productive investigations at archives they will visit with the group.

 

More information on: previous Cold War Archives Research Conferences.

More information on: previous Cold War Archives Research Fellows.

As part of its Initiative on Cultural Power in International Relations, the European Institute offers the Cold War Archives Research (CWAR) Fellowship. The fellowship was created in 2015 under the name “Radio Free Europe Research Project Fellowship” and was renamed in 2017 to “Cold War Archives Research Fellowship” as the focus was expanded to other cultural and geographical projects.

Please visit the Cold War Archives Research Fellowship page for more information and application materials for the current cycle.

The project is led by Professor Victoria Phillips, Lecturer in History at Columbia, who teaches two courses on the Cold War at Columbia: one on public diplomacy and the other one on soft and hard power. Professor Csaba Békés, Professor of History at Corvinus University in Budapest and Founding Director of the Cold War History Research Center in Budapest, and A. Ross Johnson, Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution and former Director of Radio Free Europe, serve as advisers to the project.

The European Institute’s CWAR Fellowship offers to selected Columbia students the opportunity to conduct original archival research on the history of culture and the Cold War. Those interested in public diplomacy, journalistic history, the Cold War, and the engagement of modern Europe with other regions will find abundant resources for productive investigations at archives they will visit with the group.

 

More information on: previous Cold War Archives Research Conferences.

More information on: previous Cold War Archives Research Fellows.

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