Cold War Cultures

Cold War Cultures: Transnational and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Austin (Texas), 30 septembre-3 octobre 2010


Sessions :

  • The children’s hour: Youth under threat as Cold War images
  • What has the Cold War Wrought? A view from the humanities
  • Cold War cultures in divived Germany
  • Art goes to war in the US
  • Africa and its Cold War writing
  • The Cold War, mcCarthyism and American culture in the 1950s and 1950s
  • Middle East (re)alignments: regional politics transformed
  • Cold Sar cinemas in the shadow of the USSR
  • Gendering the public spaces of the Nation
  • Reimaging Jewish history in the Cold War
  • Divisions overcome: the new politics of historical culture
  • Cold War architecture: building ideologies
  • Performance in the East Bloc: Easts meet Wests
  • Zambia, South Africa, Rhodesia and the diplomacy
  • Policies and state power: the US and the Middle East
  • Images and Political Power: visual politics
  • Targets that matters: nukes and grounds zero
  • Rhetorical cultures of the Cold War behind the Iron Curtain: three case studies
  • Crossroads and counter-currents: India in transnational networks during the Cold War
  • Cold War Post-Memory in Germany
  • Art in Europe’s Cold War
  • American litteratures of the Cold War
  • South Africa’s Cold War
  • New theoretical paradigms
  • Pentagon-Hollywood: the military-indusrial entertainment complex
  • Logics of Armageddon
  • Dissidents
  • China international: the many uses of the past in Cold War Asia
  • Visions of/in the GDR: building the GDR subject
  • Art and post-memory: rethinking representations and their politics
  • Literary intellectuals and the cultural Cold War
  • Africa and the Cold War
  • Diplomacy, policy and East-West relations
  • Cinematic memories of the Cold War
  • Consumer cultures: East bloc
  • Labor politics and social geographies in the Cold War
  • Cold War Canada
  • Traveling politics in the Cold War
  • France’s Cold War legacies
  • Music and the Cold War
  • Cold War in the comics
  • Hard-liners: media nazis and communists
  • Third party histories: proxy post-memories
  • Cold War policy tragedies
  • East looking West: imagining the Western Ennemy
  • Uncanny encounters
  • Boundaries, borders, transgressions: German Art, 1961-1990
  • New narratives of Political resistances: re-inventing litterature
  • Media wars: Cold War deformatiosn of culture
  • Religion as Cold War weapon
  • Not-so-sporting matches: the politics of sportive events
  • Britain spies and their others
  • China and the US in the Cold War: producing the Other
  • The Cold War home front in postwar Germany
  • Cold War artistic conspiracies of the 1960s and 1970s
  • Literary politics in Cold War Europe
  • Angola after the Cold War: nation and legacies of intervention
  • Negotiating Cold War icons: contestations
  • Broadcast politics
  • (Anti-) communism and Cold War politics in/from Italy
  • (Re)constructions of race in the Cold War
  • Stories as Cold War post-memory
  • German refractions of Cold War Europe
  • Youth culture: resistance from the margins
  • Militarizing publics spaces: new Cold War cultures
  • Cultural exchanges: politics by other means
  • Cold War encounters: the origin of new discourses in the US
  • Tourism and the East Bloc
  • Korea in the Cold War: negotiating political identities
  • Filming Cold War Europe
  • Building the Cold War subject in the East bloc
  • Assessing our allies: gendered language, orientalist discourse, the popular press and US Cold War dipomacy
  • Weird science and the Cold War
  • Producing new knowledge of the Cold War: historical epistemologies
  • Japan’s Cold War legacies
  • Cinematic Cold Wars from Hollywood
  • Superpowers weapons: globalizing Soviet power
  • US interventions and infiltrations
  • Protests: in the wake of 1968

Programme détaillé : http://www.coldwarcultures.org/program.html


Emilia Robin

Chercheuse associée à l'UMR SIRICE. Violons d'Ingres : guerre froide, médiation scientifique, logiciels libres

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