The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 06 to 17 July is as follows:
Week of 06 July:
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Eric Weitz, A World Divided: The Global Struggle for Human Rights in the Age of Nation States (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2019).
Introduction by Sarah B. Snyder, American University
Jan Eckel, University of Tübingen
Petra Goedde, Temple University
Norman Naimark, Stanford University
2. H-Diplo Review of Daniel Hucker, Public Opinion and Twentieth Century Diplomacy: A Global Perspective. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020.
Reviewed by Jan Stöckmann, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg
3. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.
The History of My Career
Essay by Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, Professor Emeritus, University of California
4. H-Diplo Article Review of Sarah Snyder, “‘Ending our Support for the Dictators’: Ed Koch, Uruguay, and Human Rights.” Cold War History (2020).
Reviewed by Debbie Sharnak, Rowan University
5. H-Diplo/ISSF Article Review of Marina Henke. “Networked Cooperation: How the European Union Mobilizes Peacekeeping Forces to Project Power Abroad.” Security Studies 28:5 (2019): 901-934.
Reviewed by Antoine Rayroux, Visiting Researcher, CÉRIUM (Montréal Centre for International Studies)
6. H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Review of Xiaoyu Pu, Rebranding China: Contested Status Signaling in the Changing Global Order. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019.
Introduction by Steve Chan, University of Colorado, Boulder
Yong Deng, U.S. Naval Academy
Scott L. Kastner, University of Maryland, College Park
Gregory J. Moore, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China,
Brandon K. Yoder, Australian National University
Ketian Zhang, George Mason University
Week of 13 July:
H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Kristin L. Hoganson. The Heartland: An American History. New York: Penguin Random House, 2019.
Introduction by Mark Philip Bradley, University of Chicago
Courtney Fullilove, Wesleyan University
April Merleaux, Williams College
Michael G. Thompson, Australian Catholic University
Ian Tyrrell, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
2. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.
On the Consequences of Bombing and the Origins of Spaghetti
Essay by Matthew Evangelista, Cornell University
3. H-Diplo Review of Patrick William Kelly, Sovereign Emergencies: Latin America and the Making of Global Human Rights Politics. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018.
Reviewed by Andrew J. Kirkendall, Texas A&M University
4. H-Diplo Article Review of György Tóth, “’Red’ Nations: Marxists and the Native American Sovereignty Movement of the Late Cold War.” Cold War History [online] (2019).
Reviewed by Paul McKenzie-Jones, University of Lethbridge
5. H-Diplo Article Review of Brandan P. Buck, "Brokering a Buffer State: Afghan Neutrality and American Diplomacy, 1973–1979." The International History Review 41, no. 3 (2019): 493-512.
Reviewed by Gregory H. Winger, University of Cincinnati
6. H-Diplo Article Review of Conner Tobin. “The Myth of the ‘Afghan Trap’: Zbigniew Brzezinski and Afghanistan, 1978-1979.” Diplomatic History, 44:2 (April 2020): 237-64.
Reviewed by Todd Greentree, Oxford University Changing Character of War Centre
7. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Charles King, Gods of the Upper Air: How a Circle of Renegade Anthropologists Reinvented Race, Sex, and Gender in the Twentieth Century. New York: Doubleday, 2019.
Introduction by: Rebecca Tinio McKenna, University of Notre Dame
Kevin Y. Kim, University of California, Los Angeles
Masami Kimura, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Julie McBrien, University of Amsterdam
With best regards,
Diane Labrosse, H-Diplo managing editor