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• Lincoln's America
• Reconstruction
• Dear Madam
• Frederick Douglass
• A Soldier's Sketchbook
• Calhoun School


GENERAL REFERENCE
• Timelines
• Reference Room
• Glossaries
• History Profession
• Image Sites
• Maps
• Museums & Archives
• Writing Guides

ACTIVE LEARNING
• eXplorations

FOR TEACHERS
• Classroom Handouts
• Lesson Plans
• Quizzes

EXHIBITIONS
• Lincoln's America
• Reconstruction
• Dear Madam
• Frederick Douglass
• A Soldier's Sketchbook
• Calhoun School

Our monthly WebDebates focus on so-called ‘new diplomacies’. We explore the emergence of new actors, new tools, and new processes in international relations. As these new diplomacies gain traction, it is important to engage with practitioners and scholars to get a better sense of who is involved and what's at stake. Discussions distill key lessons and define important skills for the next generation of diplomats.

This month's debate focuses on digital diplomacy. We will explore and question the term and its uses, highlight the benefits and limitations of social media for diplomacy, and look at the extent to which social media has empowered new actors in diplomacy.

Ilan Manor is a PhD candidate at the University of Oxford researching the use of digital diplomacy in times of crisis. His recent monograph on the digital diplomacy models of European foreign ministries was published as part of Brill’s Research Perspectives in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy. His analysis of America’s Selfie Diplomacy was published in Digital Diplomacy Theory and Practice as well Place Branding and Public Diplomacy. He has also contributed to Global Affairs, the Hague Journal of Diplomacy and Global Policy.

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GENERAL REFERENCE
• Timelines
• Reference Room
• Glossaries
• History Profession
• Image Sites
• Maps
• Museums & Archives
• Writing Guides

ACTIVE LEARNING
• eXplorations

FOR TEACHERS
• Classroom Handouts
• Lesson Plans
• Quizzes

EXHIBITIONS
• Lincoln's America
• Reconstruction
• Dear Madam
• Frederick Douglass
• A Soldier's Sketchbook
• Calhoun School

Our monthly WebDebates focus on so-called ‘new diplomacies’. We explore the emergence of new actors, new tools, and new processes in international relations. As these new diplomacies gain traction, it is important to engage with practitioners and scholars to get a better sense of who is involved and what's at stake. Discussions distill key lessons and define important skills for the next generation of diplomats.

This month's debate focuses on digital diplomacy. We will explore and question the term and its uses, highlight the benefits and limitations of social media for diplomacy, and look at the extent to which social media has empowered new actors in diplomacy.

Ilan Manor is a PhD candidate at the University of Oxford researching the use of digital diplomacy in times of crisis. His recent monograph on the digital diplomacy models of European foreign ministries was published as part of Brill’s Research Perspectives in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy. His analysis of America’s Selfie Diplomacy was published in Digital Diplomacy Theory and Practice as well Place Branding and Public Diplomacy. He has also contributed to Global Affairs, the Hague Journal of Diplomacy and Global Policy.


GENERAL REFERENCE
• Timelines
• Reference Room
• Glossaries
• History Profession
• Image Sites
• Maps
• Museums & Archives
• Writing Guides

ACTIVE LEARNING
• eXplorations

FOR TEACHERS
• Classroom Handouts
• Lesson Plans
• Quizzes

EXHIBITIONS
• Lincoln's America
• Reconstruction
• Dear Madam
• Frederick Douglass
• A Soldier's Sketchbook
• Calhoun School

Our monthly WebDebates focus on so-called ‘new diplomacies’. We explore the emergence of new actors, new tools, and new processes in international relations. As these new diplomacies gain traction, it is important to engage with practitioners and scholars to get a better sense of who is involved and what's at stake. Discussions distill key lessons and define important skills for the next generation of diplomats.

This month's debate focuses on digital diplomacy. We will explore and question the term and its uses, highlight the benefits and limitations of social media for diplomacy, and look at the extent to which social media has empowered new actors in diplomacy.

Ilan Manor is a PhD candidate at the University of Oxford researching the use of digital diplomacy in times of crisis. His recent monograph on the digital diplomacy models of European foreign ministries was published as part of Brill’s Research Perspectives in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy. His analysis of America’s Selfie Diplomacy was published in Digital Diplomacy Theory and Practice as well Place Branding and Public Diplomacy. He has also contributed to Global Affairs, the Hague Journal of Diplomacy and Global Policy.

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