30 Credits SPRING



Aims/Description: For two decades, historians have extended the geographic boundaries of the Cold War, thrusting the Global South to the fore of a field usually focused on superpower rivalries. Yet while this scholarship has deliberately decentred the United States, it has also shed new light on American history, illuminating among other things the international legacy of the New Deal, the anti-colonial cosmopolitanism of civil rights activists, and the potent force of American soft power. Drawing on a rich recent historiography, this module explores the interplay between the domestic and the foreign in a global conflict.

Staff Contact: HASNIP REBECCA E
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work, Practical

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