As a follow-up to the thematic issue "Sociology Behind the Iron Curtain" published by RHSH in 2007, this project aims to revisit the history of the social sciences and humanities (SSH) in the Soviet Union, against the simplistic clichés that have long considered them as an exceptional case, cut-off from the history of modernity in the 20th century.
Article proposals (3000 characters maximum), in English, French or Russian, should be sent before April 15, 2019 to the following addresses: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Open Session title:
Grey Winter Fur Cap: Socialist Design and Consumer Technologies during the Cold War
This session will be proposed for the annual meeting of the Society for the History of Technologies in Milan, 24-27 October 2019
Session organizer: Elena Kochetkova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia
Re: Patricia Roberts-Miller's question:
There are two possible ways of reconciling the "we could have won" narratives with the problem of China. One is to assume that China would not actually have fought the United States to defend North Vietnam, so the Americans were actually free to do as they pleased in Vietnam without serious risk of triggering a war with China. See for example Mark Moyar, Triumph Forsaken, pp. 320-21 and 500-501, for comments along these lines on Chinese policy in the period 1964-65.
August 5–16, 2019
Deadline is March 15, 2019
The latest issue of MCU Journal (US Marine Corps University Press) is devoted to gender integration. Free downloads here: