H-Diplo Publication Schedule, 21 September to 02 October

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The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 21 September to 02 October is as follows:

Week of 21 September:

1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Norman M. Naimark. Stalin and the Fate of Europe:  The Postwar Struggle for Sovereignty.  Cambridge, MA:  The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2019.

Introduction: Ronald Grigor Suny, University of Michigan

Reviewed by: 

Patryk Babiracki, University of Texas at Arlington

Hope Harrison, The George Washington University

Mark Kramer, Harvard University

Elidor Mëhilli, Hunter College of the City University of New York

Marc Trachtenberg, University of California at Los Angeles

2.  H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.

Teaching and Learning

Essay by David C. Engerman, Yale University

3. H-Diplo Article Review of Brian Rouleau.  “Children are Hiding in Plain Sight in the History of US Foreign Relations.”  Modern American History (2019), 1-21. 

Reviewed by Susan A. Miller, Rutgers University, Camden

4. H-Diplo/ISSF Review of Thomas K. Robb and David James Gill, Divided Allies: Strategic Cooperation against the Communist Threat in the Asia-Pacific during the Early Cold War (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2019).

Reviewed by Michael D. Cohen, Australian National University

5. H-Diplo Review of Claire Zalc, Denaturalized. How Thousands Lost Their Citizenship and Lives in Vichy France. Translated by Catherine Porter.  Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2020.

Reviewed by Philip Nord, Princeton University

6. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.

“A Historian's Formative Years”

Essay by Akira Iriye, Harvard University

Week of 28 September;

1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Mark Katz.  Build: The Power of Hip Hop Diplomacy in a Divided World.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2020.

Introduction by Damien Mahiet, Brown University

Reviewed by:

Nicholas J. Cull, University of Southern California

Danielle Fosler-Lussier, Ohio State University

Enongo Lumumba-Kasongo, Brown University

Kendra Salois, American University

2. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.

The Accidents of a European Historian

Essay by Martin Conway, University of Oxford

3. H-Diplo Article Review of Christopher Aldous. “The Anatomy of Allied Occupation: Contesting the Resumption of Japanese Antarctic Whaling, 1945-52,” The Journal of American East Asian Relations 26:4 (2019): 338-367.

Reviewed by Fintan Hoey, Franklin University, Switzerland

4. H-Diplo Article Review of Lauren Erin Brown, “Cold War, Culture Wars, War on Terror: the NEA and the Art of Public Diplomacy.” Cold War History (2020).

Reviewed by: Andrea Friedman, Washington University in St. Louis

5. H-Diplo Article Review of Charles Kraus, “Failure to Change the Status Quo: Jimmy Carter, the Two Koreas, and the International Pursuit of Dialogue, 1977–1979.” Journal of American-East-Asian relations 26:2 (2019):  141-164. 

Reviewed by Clint Work, The Stimson Center

6. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.

On How My Scholar’s Craft Evolved in 6 Chapters:  A Brief Intellectual Memoir of a Refugee Girl from China Who Became a Historian of Latin America. 

Essay by: Evelyn Hu-DeHart, Brown University

7. H-Diplo Forum on “Decolonization, the Cold War and Armed Conflict in Southern Africa, 1974-1988.” Journal of Cold War Studies 21:1 (Winter 2019).

Introduction by Andy DeRoche, Front Range Community College

Reviewed by:

Eddie Michel, University of Pretoria

Philip Muehlenbeck, George Washington University

Natasha Telepneva, University of Strathclyde

Regards,

Diane Labrosse, H-Diplo managing editor