[DEBATE] : NYU's Center for the US and the Cold War schedule / if you are in NYC
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New York University Tamiment Library
CENTER FOR THE UNITED STATES AND THE COLD WAR
Fall 2008 Program Schedule
Unless otherwise noted, all programs take place at the Tamiment
Library, 10th Floor Bobst
Library, 70 Washington Square South (between Greene and LaGuardia)
from 5 - 7pm.
For more information contact zk3 at nyu.edu.
September 25 Robert J.Goldstein, The University of Michigan at Ann
Arbor, "The Attorney General's
List of Subversive Organizations: A Key, Under-studied Aspect of the
post-World War II American Red
October 2 Heonik Kwon, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, "New
Ancestral Shrines after the Cold War"
October 16 Rinna Kullaa, Harriman Institute at Columbia University,
"Countering the Soviet Union in
Europe: Comparative Finnish and Yugoslav policies of neutralism
October 23 Thomas Heinrich, Baruch College, "Weapon of Dictators:
Preventive War and Its Critics
During the Truman and Eisenhower Years"
October 30 Nancy Sinkoff, Rutgers University, "Neither Here Nor There:
Eastern Europe in Lucy S.
Dawidowicz's Post-War Jewish Cold War"
November 13 Frederic Ewen Academic Freedom Center Conference,
"Academic Freedom and the
Law," Helen and Martin Kimmel Center,60 Washington Square South,
914,2- 5pm. Reception to follow.
November 20 Sam Lebovic, University of Chicago, "The Political Culture
of Journalism in the Age of
December 4 Jeff Engel,Texas A&M University, "The China Diary of George
H.W. Bush:The Making of a
Global President," 5:30 -7:30pm
December 11 William delonq-Larnbert, Bronx Community College, CUNY,
"The Cold War Politics of
Genetic Research: Lysenkoism, Science and the American Left"
Frederic Ewen Academic Freedom Center
New York University
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library
New York, NY 10012
zk3 at nyu.edu
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