Andreas Etges is senior lecturer in American history at the Amerika-Institut of the University of Munich. He has curated several historical exhibits on John F. Kennedy and is involved in setting up an international museum of the Cold War at Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin. He is a member of the steering committee of the International Federation for Public History and of the German working group Applied History/Public History. Among his publications are Western Europe, in: Petra Goedde/ Richard Immerman (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Cold War (Oxford University Press, 2013), 158–173, and All that Glitters is not Gold. The 1953 Coup against Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran, in: Intelligence & National Security, 26.4 (Aug. 2011), 495–508. With Konrad Jarausch and Christian Ostermann he just edited the volume The Cold War: Historiography, Memory, Representation (de Gruyter, February 2017).
Andreas Etges’s talk is part of the Theory, Intelligence, and Security Panel on Friday from 4.00-6.00 pm.