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Contemporary European History 30 (2021), 2

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Contemporary European History 30 (2021), 2
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Editors: Dr Ludivine Broch (University of Westminster, UK); Dr Celia Donert (University of Liverpool, UK); Dr Matthew Frank (University of Leeds, UK); Dr Jessica Reinisch (Birkbeck, University of London, UK)
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Contemporary European History
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Morawski, Paul

Table of contents

Articles

Cultural Diplomacy and Europe's Twenty Years’ Crisis, 1919–1939: Introduction
Benjamin G. Martin, Elisabeth Marie Piller
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 149–163
doi: 10.1017/S096077732000065X Published Online on 26 March 2021

The ‘First Exhibition of Russian Art’ in Berlin: The Transnational Origins of Bolshevik Cultural Diplomacy, 1921–1922
Ewa Berard
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 164–180
doi: 10.1017/S0960777320000661 Published Online on 23 March 2021

‘Extended Arm of Reich Foreign Policy’? Literary Internationalism, Cultural Diplomacy and the First German PEN Club in the Weimar Republic
Tara Talwar Windsor
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 181–197
doi: 10.1017/S0960777320000600 Published Online on 28 January 2021

Weak State, Powerful Culture: The Emergence of Spanish Cultural Diplomacy, 1914–1936
Luis G. Martínez del Campo
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 198–213
doi: 10.1017/S0960777320000636 Published Online on 5 March 2021

Gain Weight, Have Fun, Discover the Motherland: The German–Polish Children's Summer Camp Exchange and Interwar Era Revisionism
Peter Polak-Springer
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 214–230
doi: 10.1017/S096077732000051X Published Online on 10 December 2020

The Race for Revision and Recognition: Interwar Hungarian Cultural Diplomacy in Context
Zsolt Nagy
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 231–247
doi: 10.1017/S0960777321000011 Published Online on 19 March 2021

The Transatlantic Dynamics of European Cultural Diplomacy: Germany, France and the Battle for US Affections in the 1920s
Elisabeth Marie Piller
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 248–264
doi: 10.1017/S0960777321000035 Published Online on 5 April 2021

A ‘Sound Investment’? British Cultural Diplomacy and Overseas Students: The British Council's Students Committee, 1935–1939
Alice Byrne
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 265–283
doi: 10.1017/S0960777321000072 Published Online on 11 May 2021

A ‘Swedish Offensive’ at the World's Fairs: Advertising, Social Reformism and the Roots of Swedish Cultural Diplomacy, 1935–1939
Nikolas Glover, Andreas Mørkved Hellenes
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 284–300
doi: 10.1017/S0960777320000533 Published Online on 10 December 2020

The Birth of the Cultural Treaty in Europe's Age of Crisis
Benjamin G. Martin
Contemporary European History, Volume 30 / Issue 2, May 2021, pp 301–317
doi: 10.1017/S0960777321000023 Published Online on 19 March 2021

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20.05.2021
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