“Forging the Enemy in Soviet Fiction and Press. 1945-1985. Political and Cultural Aspects.”
Our interdisciplinary network aims to provide a forum for scholars working on diverse aspects of the Cold War. By 'cultures of the Cold War' we mean all those experiences, structures of feelings, and representations that decision makers, protesters, artists, writers, cultural producers, and everyday individuals developed, in East and West, in the Soviet Union and in Asia, in Europe and the United States, in response to the Cold War.
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