Postgraduate Panels – Landscapes of Secrecy: The CIA in History, Fiction and Memory

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Event Date:  1 May 2011
East Midlands Conference Centre
University of Nottingham  
University Park
Nottingham NG7 2RJ



Landscapes of Secrecy: The CIA in History, Fiction and Memory


Postgraduate panel A on US foreign relations, sponsored by the Eccles Centre at the British Library

Chair: Professor Matthew Jones (University of Nottingham)

Wes Ullrich (London School of Economics)
Same as the Old Boss?  US Perceptions of the Soviet Leadership and the “New Course”, 1953
(AUDIO HERE)

Ben Offiler (University of Nottingham)
Rethinking America and Iran in the 1960s (AUDIO HERE)

discussion.

Postgraduate panel B on US foreign relations, sponsored by the Eccles Centre at the British Library

Chair: Professor Matthew Jones (University of Nottingham)

Aidan Condron (Aberystwyth University)
‘Bound to be stillborn’? American-Egyptian post-bellum strategic dialogue and American policy during the fourth Arab-Israeli War, 1973 (AUDIO HERE)

Thomas Allcock (University of Cambridge)
‘Deeper and deeper in trouble on the intervention side’: Lyndon Johnson, Thomas Mann, and the Dominican Republic intervention of 1965 (AUDIO HERE)

discussion.

 

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