Noriko Manabe (Princeton) and Jessica Schwartz (UCLA) are preparing the edited volume, Sonic Contestations of Nuclear Power
Today (11 April 2015) THE NEW YORK TIMES published its obituary for Prof. Kutler. The URL is as follows:
I note further that in my attempt to correct my original post I did not make a complete correction -- Prof. Kutler began teaching at the University of Wisconsin in 1964, not 1980, and retired in 1996, not 1990. I apologize for the need for these corrections, which I will cite to my students to illustrate that they, like their instructor, have to take ever-greater pains to get their work right.
I am informed that my obituary for Prof. Stanley I. Kutler requires a correction to the second half of the second paragraph. It should read as follows:
"He taught briefly at Penn State University (instructor, 1960-1962) and then at San Diego State College (assistant professor 1962–1964). In 1980, he joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin (associate professor 1964-1970, professor of history 1970–1990), occasionally teaching as well in the law school, until his retirement in 1990."
I apologize for the error.
R. B. Bernstein
In Memoriam Stanley I. Kutler (10 August 1934 - 7 April 2015)
The renowned constitutional historian Stanley I. Kutler, long affiliated with the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where he was professor emeritus of history, died on 7 April 2015 after a brief illness. He was 80.
Exposición: En la cuerda floja: Estados Unidos y España del franquismo a la transición
9 al 30 de abril de 2015
Cold War Europe and the Culture Wars:
Friday 29th – Saturday 30th May 2015, HRI, University of Sheffield
Organized by the Cultures of the Cold War Network
SCHY (Society for the history of children and youth) 2015: Seeking co-panelists
I would like to create a panel on the relationships children and youth experienced during the Cold War. My own paper will focus on the ways children functioned as “cultural diplomats” during the Cold War and created international relationships through participation in art exchange programs, particularly Art for World Friendship. I welcome scholarship that does not focus on the U.S.