David Holloway, professor of international history at Stanford University, has been specializing as a Cold War scholar for a long time. He has recently delved into many archives in an attempt to find the answer to the question of the significance of the atom bomb during the Cold War. He presented part of his findings at a research seminar at CBEES in September.
Associate professor of the history of ideas at Södertörn University, Pro-vice chancellor of Södertörn University. Has written on Immanuel Kant and the international republic, on cosmopolitanism, and the idea of peace.
Articles by Rebecka Lettevall
+ Jürgen Manthey. Königsberg: Geschichte einer Weltbürgerrepublik. Munich/Vienna: Hanser 2005. 736 pages.