About the Author

Dr. Johanna Granville was recently the Panitza Visiting Professor of Communist Studies at the American University in Bulgaria (2014). She has taught on Fulbright grants at the University of Debrecen, Hungary, and the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. A former Campbell Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, she is the author of The First Domino: International Decision Making during the Hungarian Crisis of 1956 (2004); 'If Hope Is Sin, Then We Are All Guilty': Romanian Students' Reactions to the Hungarian Revolution and Soviet Intervention, 1956-1958 (2008); and numerous scholarly refereed articles. She can be reached by email: Johanna_Granville[at]alumni.tufts.edu.

Publications

Refereed Articles Review Articles Reviews Theses Misc.
Magyarország, 1956: tanulságok Románia számára Global Economic Crisis: Stop Sustaining Unsustainability WikiLeaks Scandal Trotsky and the Fourth International Poker with Putin over Ukraine
Hogyan segítette az 1956-os magyar forradalom a román vezetést U.S. and Soviet Afghan Wars Compared Engaging a Rising China   Bibó After 1956
Megtorlás Budapesten 911. Wakeup Call for NATO and EU A Laboratory of Transnational History    
Tito's Role in the 'Nagy Affair'   Operation Rollback.Peter Grose    
The Many Paradoxes of NATO Enlargement   Imre Nagy, Martyr of the Nation    
  Cold War Broadcasting    
  Red Mafia    
  History of Ukraine    
  Enemies of the People    

 

Encyclopedia Articles:

Alaska Ethiopian Civil War Nekrasov Russian Federation
Alexander Popov Fyodor Ivanovich Nikita Muraviev Rugs
Baltic Fleet Great Britain Northern Fleet Ryleyev
Bulgarians Greece Novikov Scherbatov
Buryats Griboedov Nubians SDI
Cabaret Hungarian Revolt Odoevsky Shcharansky
Civil War James Bruce Pacific Fleet Sikorsky
CPSU Central Committee Kalmyks Pakistan Soviet-Hungarian Relations
CFE Treaty Khakass Pavlov Svetlana Alliluyeva
Czartoryski Korolenko Pisarev Tuva
Gavril Derzhavin Koryaks Pogodin The Poles
Denis Fonvizin Kurds Prizes Vasilievsky
Dolgans Mountain Climbing Qom Vladivostok
Dungans Nagrodskaia RSFSR Yuri Lotman