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For the Department of International History at the LSE, cutting-edge historical research lies at the centre of our activity, underpinning our international reputation as one of the leading centres for the study of history in the UK, contributing to the quality of our teaching, and providing the source of our impact and public engagement. Faculty members are all active researchers who publish in the top journals in their field and produce books for major academic presses; in the last national research assessment, over half of this output was rated as either world-leading or internationally excellent. Throughout the year faculty convene specialist seminars, speak at international conferences, and contribute their expert knowledge on radio and television. Our strengths extend across numerous areas of the discipline, ranging in time from the early-modern period to the Cold War and contemporary world history, and in geographical scope across Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and North and South America.

Faculty members are closely linked with two major LSE research centres: IDEAS (covering International Affairs, Diplomacy and Strategy), and the Canada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies. The Department also maintains strong links with the Institute of Historical Research and the German Historical Institute in nearby Bloomsbury. A number of outstanding international historians are welcomed by the Department and IDEAS every year as Philippe Roman visiting professors, where they teach courses and deliver specialist lectures, including in the past Paul Kennedy (Yale), Chen Jian (Cornell), Gilles Kepel (Sciences Po), Niall Ferguson (Harvard), Ramachandra Guha, Anne Applebaum, and Timothy Snyder (Yale). The Department and IDEAS also have a number of international partners with whom they collaborate in terms of joint research workshops and student and staff exchanges. The closest partner is the History Department at Columbia University in New York, but links also exist with George Washington University in Washington DC, the University of California at Santa Barbara, Peking University and Sciences Po in Paris.

Reflecting the wide range of interests at the staff level, the Department has a vibrant PhD programme with students tackling a broad range of topics from the early-modern period to the contemporary. The doctoral students are provided with research methodology training and benefit from the rich research environment provided both at the School and internationally by the Department and IDEAS. In addition, the students organize their own methodology workshop at the start of each academic year and their own research seminar which runs every fortnight.
Located in the centre of London, the Department is in an ideal setting for engaging in historical research, enjoying easy access to some of the most significant sets of historical resources in the world, from the collections of the British Library to government documents and papers in the National Archives at Kew. The LSE library is home to its own archives and a book collection of international significance, as well as providing a large range of online resources.

Dr Antony Best
PhD Programme Director

Professor Matthew Jones
Research Committee Chair

 

 

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The Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies| is closely linked to the Department of International History. It was set up in 1994 with private funds generously donated by the Vicente Cañada Blanch Foundation.

Under the directorship of Professor Paul Preston|, the Centre has become the focus of a flourishing new interest in contemporary Spain in Britain.

The Centre organises occasional conferences and weekly research seminars. Prominent Spanish politicians, writers and academics are frequent visitors and speakers.

A number of both doctoral and post-doctoral scholars is based in the Centre. Distinguished professors from Spain who come as Visiting Fellows, are offered the full facilities of the London School of Economics through the Centre. The Centre has published a substantial number of important books in both Britain and Spain based on research carried out at the LSE and other UK universities. The Cañada Blanch Series is the principal outlet for work in the English language on Spanish history. The Centre's newspaper collection and other documentary archives are increasingly being used by specialists from other universities in Britain, Europe and the United States.

Thanks to the support of the Fundación Cañada Blanch of Valencia, the Centre offers optimum facilities for research and teaching which it is hoped will contribute to the deeper understanding of contemporary Spain.

For more information about the Centre, please visit the Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies' website|.


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LSE IDEAS| was founded in 2008 and now runs a series of regional and topical programmes.

Under the directorship of Professor Arne Westad| and Professor Michael Cox|, the centre currently does research on the international affairs of East and Southeast Asia, the Balkans, the United States, the Middle East, Latin America, Africa and on the history of the Cold War.

With the International History and International Relations departments, IDEAS has pioneered a unique two-year Masters degree in international affairs with the School of International Studies at Peking University, the first European-Asian elite degree of its kind. The centre also works together with other international partners, such as Columbia University, Princeton University, Sciences Po, and the National University of Singapore, in developing new programmes and research initiatives.

IDEAS is a centre of PhD training within the LSE and hosts a number of visitors, advanced doctoral students, academics and foreign policy practitioners, from across the globe. The centre has also developed training programmes for foreign service officers from several countries.

LSE IDEAS proudly manages the MSc International Strategy and Diplomacy. The aim of this programme is to enhance decision makers' confidence in their strategic vision on how to address global challenges of the 21st century.

LSE IDEAS organises numerous public lectures and seminars and publishes two journals, two book series and a number of occasional publications. It contributes to the LSE's Summer Schools in London and in Beijing and organises a number of out-of-term events outside London, in Cambridge, Bologna and elsewhere.

LSE IDEAS holds the Philippe Roman Chair in History and International Affairs, a one-year distinguished visiting professorship for leading scholars based outside the UK. Philippe Roman professors contribute to teaching within the Centre's key areas of activity. The Philippe Roman Professors for 2007-2012 have been Paul Kennedy (Yale), Chen Jian (Cornell), Gilles Kepel (Sciences Po), Niall Ferguson (Harvard), Ramachandra Guha and Anne Applebaum. The 2013/14 holder of the Chair is Professor Timothy Snyder.

For more information about IDEAS, please visit their website|.

 

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The Department of International History produces extensive world-class research. The latest material published since 2012, namely articles, chapters and books, can be found here. For more published work, please browse the LSE Research Online| or find out more about the research interests of each individual academic at LSE Experts|.

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2014

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Alvandi, Roham (2014) Nixon, Kissinger, and the Shah: The United States and Iran in the Cold War.| Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

 

 

 

 

 
Steven Casey
 
Dr Tanya Harmer
Harmer, Tanya (2014) Chile y la Guerra Fría Global. RIL Editores, Pontificia Univesidad Católica de Chile.

Harmer, Tanya (2014) The Cold War in Latin America| In: Kalinovsky, Artemy and Daigle, Craig, (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of the Cold War. Routledge, Abingdon, UK.

 
Professor Janet Hartley
Hartley, Janet M. (2014) Siberia: A History of the People. Yale University Press. 





 
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Jones, Heather (2014) 'The Great War: How 14-18 changed the relationship between war and civilians,' The RUSI Journal, August, 159 (4).

Jones Heather (2014) The German Empire| In Robert Gerwarth and Erez Manela (eds.) Empires at War, 1911-1923. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 52-72.

Jones, Heather (2014)  A Process of Modernization? Prisoner of War Interrogation and Human Intelligence Gathering in the First World War| In Simona Tobia and Christopher Andrew (eds.) Interrogation in War and Conflict: a comparative and interdisciplinary analysis. Routledge, London.

Jones, Heather (2014) Prisoners of war| In: Winter, Jay, (ed.) The Cambridge History of the First World War: the State. Twentieth century regional history, 2. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 266-292.

Jones, Heather and Van Ypersele , Laurence (2014) Populations at risk: introduction to part 3| In: Winter, Jay, (ed.) The Cambridge history of the First World War. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 181-185.

Audoin-Rouzeau , Stéphane and Jones, Heather (2014) Armed forces: introduction| In: Winter, Jay, (ed.) The Cambridge History of the First World War: the State. Twentieth century regional history, 2. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 147-150.

 
Dr Alessandro Iandolo
Iandolo, Alessandro (2014) Unforgettable 1956? The PCI and the international crisis of communism.| Contemporary European History, 23 (2). 259-282.

Iandolo, Alessandro (2014) Imbalance of power: the Soviet Union and the Congo crisis, 1960-61.| Journal of Cold War Studies, 16 (1).


 
Professor Anita Prazmowska
Prazmowska, Anita J. (2014) Wladyslaw Gomulka: a biography Communist lives|. I.B.Tauris, London, UK.





 

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Preston, Paul (2014) The Last Stalinist. The Life of Santiago Carrillo. William Collins, London, UK.






 
Dr Kirsten Schulze
Schulze, Kirsten E. (2014) Transforming the Aceh conflict: from military solutions to political agreement| In: Freedman, Amy L., (ed.) The Internationalization of Internal Conflicts: Threatening the State. Routledge, Abingdon, UK.



 
Professor David Stevenson
Stevenson, David (2014) Learning from the past: the relevance of international history|. International Affairs, 90 (1). 5-22.





 

2013

Professor Nigel Ashton
Ashton, Nigel J. (2013) Hitler on the Nile?: British and American perceptions of the Nasser regime, 1952-70| In: Freedman, Lawrence and Michaels, Jeffrey, (eds.) Scripting Middle East Leaders: the Impact of Leadership Perceptions on Us and Uk Foreign Policy . Bloomsbury Academic, London, UK.


 
Dr Alan Best
Best, Antony (2013) G. E. Morrison (1862-1920) and Japan|. In: Cortazzi, Hugh, (ed.) Britain and Japan: Biographical Portraits. Britain and Japan, 8. Global Oriental, Leiden, 469-480.

Best, Antony (2013) Major-General F.S.G. Piggott (1883-1966)|. In: Cortazzi, Hugh, (ed.) Britain and Japan: Biographical Portraits. Britain and Japan, 8. Global Oriental, Leiden, 102-116.

Best, Antony (2013) Japan and the Cold War|. In: Immerman, Richard H. and Goedde, Petra, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Cold War. Oxford handbooks in history. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 286-302.

Best, Antony (2013) Eikoku to Nihon pan-Ajia shugi e no chōsen, 1895-1956 [Britain, Japan and the Challenge of Pan-Asianism, 1895-1956]|. In: Matsūra, Masataka, (ed.) Ajia Shugi Wa Nani O Kataru Noka : Kioku Kenryoku Kachi. Minerubashobō , Kyōto, Japan, 240-254.

Best, Antony (2013) The Leith-Ross mission and British policy towards East Asia, 1934-37|. The International History Review, 35 (4). 681-701.

Best, Antony (2013) A cardinal point of our world strategy: the Foreign Office and the normalization of relations with Japan, 1952-63.| In: Young, John W. and Pedaliu, Effie G. H. and Kandiah, Michael D., (eds.) Britain in Global Politics: From Churchill to Blair (Security, Conflict and Cooperation in the Contemporary World). Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, 100-118.

 
Marc David Baer
Baer, Marc David (2013) An Enemy Old and New: The Dönme, Anti-Semitism, and Conspiracy Theories in the Ottoman Empire and Turkish Republic|. Jewish Quarterly Review, 103 (4, Fall). 523-555

Baer, Marc David (2013) Turk and Jew in Berlin: The First Turkish Migration to Berlin and the Shoah|. Comparative Studies in Society & History, 55 (2). 330-55.

 
Steven Casey
Casey, Steven, ed. (2013) The Cold War: Critical Concepts in Military, Strategic, and Security Studies|, 4 vols. Routledge, London, UK.





 
Dr Tanya Harmer
Harmer, Tanya (2013) Two, three, many revolutions: Cuba and the prospects for revolutionary change in Latin America, 1967–1975|. Journal of Latin American Studies, 45 (1). 61-89.

Harmer, Tanya (2013) Fractious allies: Chile, the United States and the Cold War, 1973-1976|. Diplomatic History, 37 (1). 109-143.

Harmer, Tanya (2013) El Gobierno de Allende y la guerra fria interamericana Ediciones.| UDP, Santiago, Chile.

 
Professor Janet Hartley
Hartley, Janet (2013) Полтавская битва — поворотный пункт в англо-российских отношениях| Преподавание истории и обществознания в школе (6). 60-68.

Hartley, Janet, Bogatyrev, Sergei and Dixon, Simon, eds. (2013) History and Literature in Eighteenth-Century Russia|. Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia.

Hartley, Janet (2013) The Army: prisons and prisoners| In: Bogatyrev, Sergei and Dixon, Simon and Hartley, Janet, (eds.) History and Literature in Eighteenth-Century Russia. Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia.

 
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Jones, Heather and Weinrich, Arndt (2013) Introduction| In: Francia: Forschungen Zur Westeuropäischen Geschichte. Jan Thorbecke Verlag, Paris, France, 305-315.

Jones, Heather and Weinrich, Arndt (ed.) (2013) The pre-1914 period: imagined wars, future wars|. Francia: Forschungen Zur Westeuropäischen Geschichte, 40. 305-464.

Jones, Heather (2013) Discipline and punish? Forms of violent punishment in prisoner of war camps in the First World War: a comparative analysis| In: Jahr, Christoph and Thiel, Jens, (eds.) Lager Vor Auschwitz: Gewalt und Integration Im 20. Jahrhundert. Metropol Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 99-116.

Jones, Heather (2013) Church of Ireland great war remembrance in the south of Ireland: a personal reflection| In: Horne, John and Madigan, Edward, (eds.) Towards Commemoration: Ireland in War and Revolution 1912-1923. Royal Irish Acadeny, Dublin, Eire, 74-82.

Jones, Heather (2013) As the centenary approaches: the regeneration of First World War historiography|. Historical Journal, 56 (3). 857-878.

Jones, Heather (2013) Eine technologische Revolution? Der Erste Weltkrieg und die Radikalisierung des Kriegsgefangenenlagers| In: Greiner, Bettina and Kramer, Alan, (eds.) Welt Der Lager: Zur "Erfolgsgeschichte" Einer Institution. Hamburger Edition , Hamburg, Germany, 110-133.

 
Professor Matthew Jones
Jones, Matthew (2013) A man in a hurry: Henry Kissinger, transatlantic relations, and the British origins of the year of Europe dispute|. Diplomacy and Statecraft, 24 (1). 77-99.

Jones, Matthew and McGarr, Paul (2013) 'Real substance, not just symbolism’? The CIA and the representation of covert operations in the foreign relations of the United States series|. In: Moran, Christopher R. and Murphy, Christopher J., (eds.) Intelligence studies in Britain and the US: historiography since 1945. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, UK, 65-89.

 
Keenan, Paul (2013) St Petersburg and the Russian Court, 1703-1761|. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK.





 
Dr Joanna Lewis
Lewis, Joanna (2013) White man in a wood pile: race and the limits of macmillan's great 'wind of change' in Africa.| In: Butler, Larry and Stockwell, Sarah, (eds.) The Wind of Change. Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK.



 
Dr Piers Ludlow
Ludlow, N. Piers (2013) European integration in the 1980s: on the way to Maastricht|. Journal of European Integration History, 19 (1). 11-22.

Ludlow, N. Piers (2013) The unnoticed apogee of Atlanticism?: US-Western European relations during the early Reagan era| In: Patel, Kiran Klaus and Weisbrode, Kenneth, (eds.) European Integration and the Atlantic Community in the 1980s. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 17-38.

Ludlow, N. Piers (2013) The real years of Europe?: U.S.-West European relations during the Ford administration|. Journal of Cold War Studies, 15 (3). 136-161.

 
Professor Paul Preston
Preston, Paul (2013) El zorro rojo: la vida de Santiago Carrillo| Debate, Barcelona, Spain.

 

 

 

 
Professor Rodriguez-Salgado
Rodriguez-Salgado, Maria-Jose (2013) Il Capo dei Capi: the duke of Alba in Italy| In: Ebben, Maurits and Baron van Hövell tot Westerflier MCL, Rolof, (eds.) Alba: General and Servant to the Crown. Karwansaray Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.



 
Dr Kristina Spohr
Spohr, Kristina (2013) Helmut Schmidt and the shaping of Western security in the late 1970s: the Guadeloupe summit of 1979|. The International History Review, online. 1-26.




 
Dr Paul Stock
Stock, Paul (2013) Tourist treasures: plunder and collection on the grand tour|. Eighteenth-Century Studies, 46 (2). 323-326.

Stock, Paul (2013) The real-and-imagined spaces of philhellenic travel|. European Review of History, 20 (4). 523-537.


 
Dr Laurent Warlouzet
Warlouzet, Laurent and Bührer, Werner (2013) Regulating markets: peak business associations and the origins of European competition policy|. In: Kaiser, Wolfram and Meyer, Jan-Henrik, (eds.) Societal Actors in European Integration: Polity-Building and Policy-Making 1958-1992. Palgrave studies in European Union politics. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

 
Westad
Westad, Arne (2013) China and Europe: opportunities or dangers?| Global Policy, 3. 96-100.

Roberts, J. M. and Westad, O.A (2013) The Penguin history of the world |6th, Penguin Books Ltd, London, UK.

 

 
Professor Vladislav Zubok
Zubok, Vladislav (2013) Cold War strategies/power and culture - East: sources of Soviet conduct reconsidered| In: Immerman, Richard H. and Goedde, Petra, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Cold War. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 305-322.



 

2012

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Alvandi, Roham (2012) Nixon, Kissinger, and the Shah: The Origins of Iranian Primacy in the Persian Gulf|, Diplomatic History, 36 (2). 337-372.




 
Professor Nigel Ashton
Ashton, Nigel J. (2012) For king and country: Jack O’Connell, the CIA and the Arab-Israeli conflict, 1963-71|. Diplomatic History, 36 (5). 881-910.

Ashton, Nigel J and Gibson, Bryan, eds (2012) The Iran-Iraq War: new international perspectives Cold War history|. Routledge, London, UK.

Ashton, Nigel J. and Gibson, Bryan (2012) Introduction: the Iran-Iraq War: new international perspectives|. In: Ashton, Nigel J. and Gibson, Bryan, (eds.) The Iran-Iraq War: New International Perspectives. Cold War history. Routledge, London, UK, 1-12.

 
Dr Alan Best
Best, Antony (2012) 'We are virtually at war with Russia': Britain and the Cold War in East Asia, 1923-40|. Cold War History, 12 (2). 205-225.





 
Steven Casey
Casey, Steven (2012) Rhetoric and style of Truman's leadership| In: Margolies, Daniel, (ed.) A Companion to Harry S. Truman. Wiley-Blackwell, London, UK, 26-46.

Casey, Steven, ed (2012) The Korean War at Sixty: New Approaches to the Study of the Korean War|. Routledge, London, UK.


 
Dr Tanya Harmer
Harmer, Tanya (2012) Mexican diplomacy and the Cuban missile crisis: documents from the foreign ministry archives in Mexico City.| Cold War International History Project Bulletin: the Global Cuban Missile Crisis at 50. New Evidence From Behind the Iron, Bambo (17/18). 191-216.

Harmer, Tanya (2012) Brazil's cold war in the southern Cone, 1970–1975|. Cold War History, 12 (4). 659-681.

 
Professor Janet Hartley
Hartley, Janet (2012) Russia as a great military power, 1762–1825| In: Schneid, Frederick C., (ed.) The Projection and Limitations of Imperial Powers, 1618-1850. History of warfare (75). Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands, 105-121.



 
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Jones, Heather (2012) Propaganda, trauma and remembrance: Trinity College Library’s collection of First World War memoirs| In: Vaughan, William , (ed.) The Old Library, Trinity College Dublin, 1712–2012. Four Courts Press.

Jones, Heather (2012) Droit international et prisonniers de guerre occidentaux lors de la Grande Guerre| In: Pathé, Anne-Marie and Théofilakis, Fabien, (eds.) La Captivité De Guerre Au Xxe Siècle: des Archives, des Histoires, des Mémoires. Armand Colin/Recherches. Armand Colin, Paris, France, 48-58.

 
Dr Alessandro Iandolo
Iandolo, Alessandro (2012) The rise and fall of the ‘Soviet model of development’ in West Africa, 1957–64|. Cold War History, 12 (4). 683-704.




 
Keenan, Paul (2012) Card-playing and gambling in eighteenth-century Russia|. European History Quarterly, 42 (3). 385-402.





 
Professor MacGregor Knox
Knox, MacGregor (2012) Mussolini and Hitler: charisma, regime and national catastrophe| In: Ibrahim, Vivian and Wunsch, Margit, (eds.) Political Leadership, Nations and Charisma. Routledge research in political communication. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 98-112.



 
Dr Joanna Lewis
Lewis, Joanna (2012) Harold MacMillan and the wind of change.| In: Louis, William Roger, (ed.) Resurgent Adventures With Britannia: Personalities, Politics and Culture in Britain. I.B. Tauris, London, UK.




 
Dominic Lieven
Lieven, Dominic (2012) Tolstoy on war, Russia, and empire.| In: McPeak, Rick and Orwin, Donna Tussing, (eds.) Tolstoy on War: Narrative Art and Historical Truth in "War and Peace". Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, USA.



 
Dr Piers Ludlow
Ludlow, N. Piers (2012) Problematic partners: de Gaulle, Thatcher, and their impact| In: Jones, Erik and Menon, Anand and Weatherill, Stephen, (eds.) Oxford Handbook of the European Union. Oxford handbooks in politics & international relations. Oxford University Press , Oxford, UK, 206-218.


 
Professor Paul Preston
Preston, Paul (2012) The Spanish holocaust: inquisition and extermination in twentieth-century Spain.| Harper Collins, London, UK.

Preston, Paul (2012) The destruction of Guernica|. HarperPress.

Preston, Paul (2012) The Spanish holocaust: inquisition and extermination during the civil war and after.| W.W. Norton & Co..

Preston, Paul (2012) A Catalan contribution to the myth of the contubernio Judeo-Masónico-Bolchevique| In: Quiroga , Alejandro and del Arco, Miguel Ángel , (eds.) Right-Wing Spain in the Civil War Era: Soldiers of God and Apostles of the Fatherland, 1914-45. Continuum International Publishing Group, London, UK, 177-194.

 
Dr Svetozar Rajak
Rajak, Svetozar (2012) Yugoslavia and the Cuban missile crisis: documents from the foreign ministry archives in Belgrade|. The Cold War International History Project Bulletin (17/18). 591-614.

Westad, Odd. Arne and Chubarian, Alexandr and Pechatnov, Vladimir and Rajak, Svetozar, eds (2012) British – Soviet relations in the Cold War, 1945-1964|. British Academy/ Russian Academy, London, UK; Moscow, Russia.

 
Professor Alan Sked
Sked, Alan (2012) Social attitudes and legal constraints: army life in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1890-1914.| Journal on European History of Law, 3 (2). 11-33.



 
 
Dr Gagan Sood
Sood, Gagan D. S. (2012) An Islamicate Eurasia: Vernacular perspectives on the early modern world| In Michael E. Bonine, Abbas Amanat & Michael E. Gasper (eds) Is there a Middle East? The Evolution of a Geopolitical Concept. Stanford University Press. Stanford, California. 152-169 & 262-265.


 
Professor David Stevenson
Stevenson, David (2012) Fortifications and the European military balance before 1914|. Journal of Strategic Studies, 35 (6). 829-859.

Stevenson, David (2012) The First World War and European integration|. The International History Review, 34 (4). 841-863.
 

 
Dr Laurent Warlouzet
Warlouzet, Laurent (2012) La politique de la concurrence européenne depuis 1950: surveiller les entreprises et les États| Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l'Europe.

Bussière, Éric and Warlouzet, Laurent (2012) Les débuts de la révolution industrielle| In: Bussière, Éric, (ed.) Histoire des Provinces Françaises du Nord. Artois Presses Université, 77-96.

Bussière, Éric and Warlouzet, Laurent (2012) La belle époque de l’économie régionale (1870-1914)| In: Bussière, Éric, (ed.) Histoire des Provinces Françaises du Nord. Artois Presses Université, 193-214.

Bussière, Éric and Warlouzet, Laurent (2012) La dynamique du milieu de siècle: l’âge de l’industrie| In: Bussière, Éric, (ed.) Histoire des Provinces Françaises du Nord. Artois Presses Université, 125-144.

Warlouzet, Laurent (2012) La contribution européenne aux projets de régulation mondiale de la concurrence (1945-2005)| In: Régionalisme Européen et Gouvernance Mondiale Au Xxe Siècle: Premières Approches. Les cahiers IRICE (9). IRICE, 105-116.

Warlouzet, Laurent and Witschke, Tobias (2012) The difficult path to an economic rule of law: European competition policy, 1950–91|. Contemporary European History, 21 (03). 437-455.

 
Westad
Westad, O.A (2012) Restless empire: China and the world since 1750| Basic Books, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Leffler, Melvyn P. and Westad, O.A, eds (2012) Endings| The Cambridge history of the Cold War, 3 of 3. Cambridge University Press , Cambridge, UK.

Leffler, Melvyn P. and Westad, O.A, eds (2012) Origins| The Cambridge history of the Cold War, 1 of 3. Cambridge University Press , Cambridge, UK.

Leffler, Melvyn P. and Westad, O.A, eds (2012) Crises and détente| The Cambridge History of the Cold War, 2 of 3. Cambridge University Press , Cambridge, UK.

Westad, Odd. Arne and Chubarian, Alexandr and Pechatnov, Vladimir and Rajak, Svetozar, eds (2012) British – Soviet relations in the Cold War, 1945-1964|. British Academy/ Russian Academy, London, UK; Moscow, Russia.

Westad, Odd Arne (2012) China and Southeast Asia| IDEAS reports - special reports, Kitchen, Nicholas, ed SR015. LSE IDEAS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Westad, Odd Arne (2012) Europe in an Asian century: Europe between the superpowers: China and Europe: opportunities or dangers?| IDEAS reports - special reports, Kitchen, Nicholas, ed SR013. LSE IDEAS, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Westad, Odd Arne (2012) Restless empire: China and the world since 1750| The Bodley Head, London, UK.

Kitchen, Nicholas and Westad, O.A and Fenby, Jonathan and Breslin , Shaun and Lin, Xiaojun and Yu, Jie and Yueh , Linda and Casarini, Nicola and Jonquières , Guy de (2012) China's geoeconomic strategy| IDEAS reports - special reports, Kitchen, Nicholas, ed SR012. LSE IDEAS, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Westad, O.A (2012) China's geoeconomic strategy: China’s international future| IDEAS reports - special reports, Kitchen, Nicholas, ed SR012. LSE IDEAS, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

 
Professor Vladislav Zubok
Zubok, Vladislav (2012) L’idea di Occidente in Russia: da Stalin a Medvedev| In: Strada, Vittorio, (ed.) Da Lenin a Putin e Oltre: la Russia Tra Passatio e Presente. Jaca Book.

Zubok, Vladislav (2012) Russia and the West: twenty difficult years| In: Lundestad, Geir, (ed.) International Relations Since the End of the Cold War: New and Old Dimensions. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Zubok, Vladislav M. (2012) Introduction to discussion: Elena Aga-Rossi and Victor Zaslavsky. Stalin and Togliatti: Italy and the origins of the Cold War|. H-Diplo Roundtable Review, XIII (18). 2-6.

Zubok, Vladislav (2012) Soviet intellectuals after Stalin's death and their visions of the Cold War's end| In: Bozo, Frédéric and Rey, Marie-Pierre and Ludlow, N. Piers and Rother, Bernd, (eds.) Visions of the End of the Cold War in Europe, 1945-1990. Berghahn Books, Oxford, UK, 74-89.

Shiraev, Eric B. and Zubok, Vladislav M. (2012) International relations |Oxford University Press, New York, USA.

Zubok, Vladislav M. (2012) Soviet intellectuals after Stalin’s death and their visions of the cold war’s end| In: Frédéric Bozo, Marie-Pierre Rey, N. Piers Ludlow, and Bernd Rother, eds. Overcoming the Iron Curtain: Visions of the End of the Cold War in Europe, 1945–1990. Vol. 11, Contemporary European History. Berghahn Books, Oxford, UK.
 

 


Applications to the Visiting Fellowship are only open to post-doctoral researchers or equivalent. The scheme is not open to PhD students.

We encourage Visiting Fellows to participate fully in the research life of the Department, for example through attending staff and PhD research seminars, seminars run by the different research groups and research projects and other events related to their research.

The title of Visiting Fellow is given to individuals from outside the School associated with School departments, institutes and centres. Visiting Fellows will be able to enjoy access to the facilities of LSE as a whole, for example the LSE Library, and will be provided with a LSE login and email address, enabling them to use computer facilities at the School (for example, in the LSE library). We regret that we might not be able to provide visiting fellows with desk space.

At present applications can only be considered from those who already have (or expect to have) adequate financial support. The Department does not provide Visiting Fellows with a research allowance. The School is not able to make any arrangements for living accommodation for visitors, either.

Visiting Fellowships require a review and selection process and applications are considered for approval four times a year.

Applications are considered on a quarterly basis and should be submitted electronically by no later than 4pm on the day of the deadline for the round in which you apply. Late applications will not be considered. The deadlines for 2014/15 are as follows:

    ▪    6th October 2014
    ▪    5th January 2015
    ▪    30th March 2015
    ▪    29th June 2015

Applications must be submitted electronically to the Head of Department, Professor Janet Hartley|, and to the Departmental Manager, Demetra Frini|.

Your application should include the following:

1. A summary curriculum vitae (of no more than two A4 sides in length). This should include a list of relevant publications.

2. An application form, which can be downloaded here [https://www.lse.ac.uk/intranet/staff/humanResources/joiningLSE/recruitingContracting/internal/vacanciesContracts/visitingAppointments/Visiting-Appointment-Form.xls], or sent to you via email.

 

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