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Current Issue (Vol. 24, 1/2017) 

British Cold War Cultures

(guest editor: Kathleen Stark)



  • Kathleen Starck, '"A Heavy Sense of Dread": British Cold War Culture'
  • Rainer Emig, 'The Cambridge Spies: Class, Gender, Sexuality and Politics in Cold War Britain'
  • Svenja Böhm, '“Smyert Shpionam – Death to Spies”: Cold War Representations of the Soviet Enemy in Ian Fleming’s From Russia With Love'
  • Hilary Duffield, 'Worlds Out of Control: Invasion Narratives, Interspecies Conflict, and British Culture in the Early Cold War'
  • Matthew Worley, 'No Doves Fly Here: British Punk and Cold War Dystopia'
  • Stefani Brusberg-Kiermeier & James McKenzie, 'Desire and Anxiety: Cold War Voyeurism in Contemporary TV Spy Series'

Books Reviewed:

  • Jim Smyth (2016), Cold War Culture: Intellectuals, the Media
    and the Practice of History
  • Jonathan Hogg (2016), British Nuclear Culture: Official and
    Unofficial Narratives in the Long 20th Century
  • Sebastian Berg (2016), Intellectual Radicalism after 1989: Crisis
    and Re-Orientation in the British and the American Left
  • Petra Rau, ed. (2016), Long Shadows: The Second World War
    in British Fiction and Film
  • Kathleen Starck (2016), Of Treason, God and Testicles:
    Political Masculinities in British and American Films of the
    Early Cold War
  • Christoph Singer (2014), Sea Change: The Shore from Shakespeare to Banville

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