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FEL-268106-20
The CIA’s Crusade for Freedom and the Mobilization of Cold War America, 1950-1971
Kenneth Osgood, Colorado School of Mines

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Roundtable Discussion: Domestic and International Approaches in U.S. Foreign Relations History (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Roundtable Discussion: Domestic and International Approaches in U.S. Foreign Relations History
Author: Kenneth Osgood, Glenda Sluga, Fredrik Logevall, Nicole Hemmer, Erez Manela
Abstract: Historians discuss different ways in which domestic and international politics intersected in U.S. history.
Date: 06/18/2021
Primary URL: https://shafr.org/system/files/shafr_2021_program.pdf
Conference Name: Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations

Honors 440: Explorations in International Studies & Global Affairs (Course or Curricular Material)
Title: Honors 440: Explorations in International Studies & Global Affairs
Author: Kenneth Osgood
Abstract: This Honors course (offered Fall 2021) explores the history of intelligence and propaganda in the United States, drawing on documents and secondary literature from my NEH-funded research project. Students explore the history of public relations, advertising, intelligence, and propaganda and discover the interconnectedness of these seemingly disparate fields and professions.
Year: 2021
Audience: Undergraduate

Historical Roundtable: American Cold War Propaganda (Article)
Title: Historical Roundtable: American Cold War Propaganda
Author: Kenneth Osgood
Author: Mark Bernhardt
Author: Nicholas John Cull
Author: Karla K. Gower
Author: Michael L Krenn
Abstract: Historians assess the state of the field of research on Cold War propaganda.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://history-jmc.com/Home_files/Historiography%20vol.%207.4%20%282021%29.pdf
Access Model: open
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Historiography in Mass Communication 7:4 (2021)
Publisher: Historiography in Mass Communication 7:4 (2021)


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