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Pinto Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Pinto Postdoctoral fellowship in contemporary international history is awarded to a successful post-viva PhD student who has worked on a topic related to Cold War history.

The scheme is aimed at supporting postdoctoral candidates prepare their thesis for publication as a book. Below you can see past Pinto fellows for each academic year, their current position, and the book they produced during their fellowship. 

Pinto Fellows

Dayna Barnes

2015-2016: Dayna Barnes 

Dr Barnes completed her PhD in International History at LSE, where she also received an MSc in the Theory and History of International Relations. Her research interests include 20th century international history, American foreign policy, and US-Japan relations. She is currently working on a book project examining the development of American postwar planning for Japan during World War Two.


2014-2015: Luc-André Brunet, Lecturer in Twentieth-Century European History, The Open University

Book: under contract with Palgrave Macmillan


2013-2014: Bryan Gibson 

Book: Sold Out? US Foreign Policy, Iraq, the Kurds, and the Cold War (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) 


2012-2013: Leslie James, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, University of Birmingham

Book: George Padmore and Decolonization from Below. Pan-Africanism, the Cold War, and the End of Empire  (Palgrave, 2015) 


2011-2012: Eirini Karamouzi, Lecturer in Contemporary History, University of Sheffield

Book: Greece, the EEC and the Cold War 1974-1979. The Second Enlargement (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)


2010-2011: Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol, Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Fellow in Social Sciences, University of Glasgow

Book: A Europe Made of Money. The Emergence of the European Monetary System (Cornell University Press, 2012) 


2009-2010: Artemy Kalinovsky, Assistant Professor in East European Studies, University of Amsterdam

Book: A Long Goodbye: The Soviet Withdrawal from Afghanistan (Harvard University Press, 2011)


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