CFS: The UN and the Colonial World: New Questions and New Directions

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Onek Adyanga and Giusi Russo, guest editors, are seeking abstract submissions; a selection of papers based on the abstracts will be considered by the Journal of Contemporary History for potential publication in a special issue on the United Nations, its agencies, and the colonial world across the spectrum of colonialism, the era of decolonization, and its legacy. 

H-Diplo Article Review 882 on “Instrumental Internationalism:  The American Origins of the United Nations, 1940-3.”  Journal of Contemporary History 54:2

H-Diplo Article Review
No. 882
17 September 2019

Review Editors: Diane Labrosse and Seth Offenbach
Production Editor: George Fujii

Stephen Wertheim.  “Instrumental Internationalism:  The American Origins of the United Nations, 1940-3.”  Journal of Contemporary History 54:2 (Special Section: Dumbarton Oaks in Historical Perspective after 75 Years) (April 2019):  265-283.

URL: https://hdiplo.org/to/AR882

 

Call for Papers Worlds of Social Policies: Local and global dimensions of change since 1945 (6-7 February 2020, Center for Social Studies, Lisbon, Portugal)

Call for Papers

Worlds of Social Policies: Local and global dimensions of change since 1945

(6-7 February 2020, Center for Social Studies, Lisbon, Portugal)

 

Organization: Research project Worlds of (Under)Development: processes and legacies of the Portuguese colonial empire in a comparative perspective (1945-1975), Center for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal

 

Keynotes: Sandrine Kott (University of Geneva) and Joseph Hodge (West Virginia University)

 

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CFP: Worlds of Social Policies: Local and global dimensions of change since 1945 (6-7 February 2020, Center for Social Studies, Lisbon, Portugal)

Call for Papers

Worlds of Social Policies: Local and global dimensions of change since 1945

(6-7 February 2020, Center for Social Studies, Lisbon, Portugal)

Submission deadline -- October 31, 2019

Organization: Research project Worlds of (Under)Development: processes and legacies of the Portuguese colonial empire in a comparative perspective (1945-1975), Center for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Keynotes: Sandrine Kott (University of Geneva) and Joseph Hodge (West Virginia University)

H-Diplo Article Review 860- Blarel on Nayudu. “In the Very Eye of the Storm’: India, the UN, and the Lebanon Crisis of 1958.”

H-Diplo Article Review
No. 860

30 May 2019

Article Review Editors: Thomas Maddux and Diane Labrosse
Web and Production Editor: George Fujii

Swapna Kona Nayudu.  “In the Very Eye of the Storm’:  India, the UN, and the Lebanon Crisis of 1958.”  Cold War History 18:2 (May 2018):  221-237.  DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1080/14682745.2018.1445997.

URL: http://tiny.cc/AR860

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