On the one hand, I do have a personal bias toward the study of frontiers, and I share Rieber's admiration for the pioneering work of Owen Lattimore
. Historians of Russia who have investigated the Central Eurasian frontiers have also contributed a great deal to this field.
His work is clearly influenced by these early scholars, especially Owen Lattimore
, Andrew Forbes, and Donald McMillen.
For instance, in 1945 the principal Soviet courier in the U.S., Elizabeth Bentley, a Vassar alumna dubbed the "Red Spy Queen," and the lover of Jacob Golos, an operative for the Soviet secret police, told all to the FBI, turning in some 40 spies in her network.) In March, McCarthy accused Owen Lattimore
, an East Asian expert at The Johns Hopkins University, of being "the top Soviet espionage agent in the United States." President Harry S.
The importance of 'knowing your source, and the need to help pupils develop information literacy skills, was clearly brought home to history teacher Ben Walsh when he asked his GCSE students to research information about the Owen Lattimore
case in the context of the McCarthyite 'Red Scare' in the USA in the 1950s:
owl, a Owen Lattimore
, wise civil libertarian vipr Vincent Price--a screen vipr, not a real live windscreen vipr
Davies, who consistently lobbied for the communists; Owen Lattimore
, appointed U.S.
In 1950, the senator denounced the China scholar Owen Lattimore
as Russia's "top spy" in the State Department, an influential "China hand" who deliberately "lost" that country to Mao's communists by seeking to undermine Washington's support for Nationalist leader Chiang Kaishek.
Echoing Owen Lattimore
, Joseph Fletcher, and Andre Gunter Frank, Perdue considers this region a crossroads of the Eurasian continent, affecting historical processes in Asia and Europe.
Judd took out the inflamed tonsils of Owen Lattimore
's son David at a backwoods hospital in Shansi Province.
, "Byroads and Backwoods of Manchuria: Where Violent Contrasts of Modernism and Unaltered Ancient Tradition Clash," National Geographic (January 1932), 130.
This spring he will follow the route of the highly acclaimed US explorer and Mongol expert Owen Lattimore
, who travelled the desert road to Turkestan in 1929.
Quite properly, she lists Alger Hiss and Owen Lattimore
as prime examples of liberal obstinacy, and she wonders very much out loud whether that obstinacy arose because these liberals were concerned with due process and the presumption of innocence and all that, or whether they were, in heart and mind, on the Soviet side in the Cold War.