Sources and Methods is a new platform that showcases fresh archival evidence and presents new insights into contemporary international history.
Edited by the Wilson Center’s History and Public Policy Program, it is a blog for the global community of international history experts, historically interested policymakers and practitioners as well as the interested public to share their research and engage in conversations with one another.
The launch posts for Sources and Methods range from discussions of fascinating archival findings to commemorations of important anniversaries, book teasers, archives primers, and even illustrations:
- Christian F. Ostermann – Introducing Sources and Methods
- Amy King – Hurting the Feelings of the Chinese People
- Ryan Musto – Latin America’s Nuclear Weapons Free Zone: Fifty Years Later
- David Hollander – The Check Heard ‘Round the World
- Radoslav Yordanov – The Soviet Union in the Horn of Africa
- Marko Miljković – Sourcing India’s Cold War: From Nehru to Ghandi
There are a number of other exciting posts lined up for Sources and Methods for spring 2017, but the success of the blog will ultimately depend on the involvement of researchers around the world. We look forward to receiving contributions from individuals at all stages of their careers and from all over the globe.
Sources and Methods is accessible on the Wilson Center’s website. Click here to be redirected to the blog’s homepage.