The Transition from the Cold War to the Post-Cold War Era
The Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo, in cooperation with Centre franco-norvégien en sciences sociales et humaine, Paris, and the Department of Political Science, University of Oslo offers a course for PhD and postdoc students at the Centre in Paris on "The Transition from the Cold War to the Post-Cold War Era"
Monday 26 March, Salle 640.
10:00-10:30. Welcome and introduction
10:30-13:00 Session 1 The United States and the End of the Cold War
Helge Pharo, Department of Archaelogy, Conservation and History, University of Oslo
France, the End of Cold War and German Unification
Frédéric Bozo, Institut d'études européennes,Université Sorbonne Nouvelle:
14:30-16:30 Session 2 The Idea of the ‘Third World’ and the end of the Cold War.
Øyvind Østerud, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo Development Aid and Regime Change after the Cold War.
Monika Pohle Fraser, The State University of New York – Florence: 16:30-17:00 Coffee
17:00-18:00 Session 3 Student presentations: Ingrid Lundestad andAmund Lundesgaard
Tuesday 27 March, Salle B.
10:00-11:30 Session 4 Student presentations: Dag Axel Kristoffersen, Hallvard Svenbalrudand Mette Fentz
11:30-13:00 Session 5 Student presentations: Ada Elisabeth Nissen, Trude Strand, Andreas Mørkved Hellenes.
14:30-16:30 Session 6 The Nordic Countries and the End of the Cold War
Thorsten Borring Olesen, Aarhus University Champions of Peace? Tools in Whose Hands? The Norwegians, the Great Powers and Peace-Broking in the Middle East.
Hilde Henriksen Waage, Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo
17:00-18:00 Session 7
Student presentations: Øyvind Tønnesson and Pavol Jakubec.
All lectures and discussion will be in English.
There will be Q&A (and comments) after lectures and in each session.
Accomodation is covered for all participating (Norwegian) PhD students.
All meals are covered for all lecturers, participating students and French guest students.
The Norwegian PhD students will obtain credit points according to the rules appying at their respective institutes.
Student presentations are 15 min. each.
No upper limit on paper length, but preferably no more than 20 pages. You may submit draft chapters, articles, dissertation outlines, project proposals.We do not expect alle students to have read all papers. But you need to prepare comments as follows:
- Ingrid Lundestad, Ada Elisabeth Nissen, Amund Lundesgaard, Trude Strand
- Øyvind Tønnesson, Mette Fentz, Pavol Jakubec
- Dag Axel Kristoffersen, Hallvard Svenbalrud and Andreas Mørkved Hellenes