Zubok, Vladislav M.
- Vladislav M. Zubok (email@example.com) is an Associate Professor
of History at Temple University. He received his diploma in History
from Moscow State University in Russia in 1975 with a
specialization in American political history. He completed his
Ph.D. in 1985 at the Institute for U.S. and Canada Studies in
Moscow. His dissertation was on the evolution of U.S. parties in
the post-World War II period, focusing on the Democratic Party.
Zubok worked at the Institute until 1991. Since the late 1980's, he
has conducted archival research on Cold War history. From 1991 to
1994, he taught at a number of U.S. universities, including
Stanford University, Amherst College, University of Michigan, and
Ohio University. Between 1991 and 1994, he received research grants
from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Program on
Peace and International Cooperation, the Kennan Institute, and the
Norwegian Nobel Institute. From 1994 until 2001, he held the
position of Senior Fellow and Director of Russian/CIS Programs at
the National Security Archive of George Washington University.
Zubok co-authored "Inside the Kremlin's Cold War" (Harvard
University Press, 1996), which received the Lionel Gelber Prize for
the Best Book on International Relations. He has published numerous
articles, traveled extensively, conducted archival research in
Russia, Ukraine, and the republics of the Caucasus, and organized
several conferences and a summer school on Cold War studies. He
also served as a consultant for several film documentaries,
including the twenty-four-part CNN series "Cold War."
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