The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 05 to 16 December is as follows:
Week of 05 December:
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Lindsay Aqui, The First Referendum: Reassessing Britain’s Entry to Europe, 1973-75, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020.
Introduction by Eirini Karamouzi, University of Sheffield
Luc-Andre Brunet, The Open University
Mathias Haeussler, University of Regensburg
Wolfram Kaiser, University of Portsmouth, England
Helen Parr, Keele University
Author’s response by Lindsay Aqui, University of Westminster
2. H-Diplo Article Review of Fintan Hoey, “The ‘Conceit of Controllability’: Nuclear Diplomacy, Japan’s Plutonium Reprocessing Ambitions and US Proliferation Fears, 1974-1978.” History and Technology 37:1 (2021): 44-66.
Reviewed by Yu Takeda, Hiroshima City University
3. H-Diplo Article Review of Magda Long, “American Covert Action and Diplomacy after 9/11." Diplomacy & Statecraft, 33:2: (June 2022) 379-402.
Reviewed by Rory Cormac, University of Nottingham, UK
4. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.
“Back to Square One.”
Essay by Isabel V. Hull, Cornell University, Emerita
Week of 12 December:
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Henry Richard Maar III. Freeze!: The Grassroots Movement to Halt the Arms Race and End the Cold War. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2022.
Introduction by Simon Miles, Duke University
Leilah Danielson, Northern Arizona University
Aaron Donaghy, University College Dublin
Dario Fazzi, Leiden University
Stephanie Freeman, Mississippi State University
William M. Knoblauch, Finlandia University
Author’s Response by Henry Richard Maar III, California State University, Northridge
2. H-Diplo Article Review of Christian Goeschel, “Performing the New Order: The Tripartite Pact, 1940-1945.” Contemporary European History (2022): 1-17.
Reviewed by Sarah Panzer, Missouri State University
3. H-Diplo Article Review of Rafael Pedemonte, “The First Generation of Cuban Students in the1960s Soviet Union: Shaping a Revolutionary ‘Culture of Militancy’.” Cold War History, 22:4 (2022).
Reviewed by Mervyn J. Bain, University of Aberdeen
4. H-Diplo/ISSF Review of Megan A. Stewart, Governing for Revolution: Social Transformation in Civil War (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2021).
Introduction by Jakana Thomas, University of California San Diego
Melissa Lee, University of Pennsylvania
Katherine Sawyer, Stony Brook University
Paul Staniland, University of Chicago
Author’s Response by Megan Stewart, University of Michigan
With best regards,
Diane Labrosse, H-Diplo managing editor