Interesting Links

An ever-expanding list of interesting (for varying values of ‘interesting) links to sites relating to nuclear history, non-proliferation, or history stuff in general.

A Blast From The Past, the oddities of history

ALSOS, the digital library for nuclear issues

The British Association for American Studies (BAAS)

The Cold War International History Project

Concretism, retrofuturistic, hauntological sounds with a Cold War flavour

CONELRAD, sprinklings of atomic culture

Conelrad Adjacent, a blog from the people who brought you the CONELRAD website

The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum (who were kind enough to give me some funding towards my research project.)

Hark! A Vagrant, Literary and historical cartoons by Kate Beaton

Historians of the Twentieth Century United States (HOTCUS)

Marking Time: Observations from Iraq and Afghanistan by anthropologist Dr Kathleen Reedy

The Nuclear Proliferation International History Project

The National Security Archive Nuclear Vault

Pandaemonium, a blog by Kenan Malik

Restricted Data, Alex Wellerstein’s nuclear secrecy blog

Secrecy News, a regular blog by Steven Aftergood

Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR)

The Soviet Threat, a blog by graduate student Nick Blackbourn

The University of Edinburgh School of History, Classics, and Archaeology

Me

American History Too!, a podcast that I co-host with my colleague and friend Mark McLay

The Centre for the Study of Modern Conflict, at the University of Edinburgh, of which I am Associate Director

On Linkedin

The ‘Conflict in History’ Symposium that I co-organised

On Twitter I’m @contestedground

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