Fb2 Anti-Disciplinary Protest: Sixties Radicalism and Postmodernism ePub
by Julie Stephens
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press (April 13, 1998)|
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This original analysis of sixties radicalism draws on a wide range of rare and lively sources. Stephens critiques conventional narratives of the era, arguing that the most distinctive forms of sixties protest are often marginalized
This original analysis of sixties radicalism draws on a wide range of rare and lively sources. Stephens critiques conventional narratives of the era, arguing that the most distinctive forms of sixties protest are often marginalized. She locates postmodern impulses in the protest of the sixties, and challenges the connection often made between the failure of sixties radicalism and contemporary political disengagement. Stephens offers new interpretations of the relationship between the sixties and the current political and theoretical landscape.
2000 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Julie Stephens. Anti-Disciplinary Protest: Sixties Radicalism and Postmodernism. kind of protest Stephens has in mind. Stephens has certainly identiﬁed an important strand of radicalism that historians have. not examined closely enough. bridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. However, as history, her book is rather thin.
The author of Anti-Disciplinary Protest, a senior lecturer .
The author of Anti-Disciplinary Protest, a senior lecturer in the Department of Social and Cultural Studies at Victoria University, is concerned with intellectual history, in the tradition of such celebrated books as Ronald Berman's America in the Sixties; Morris Dickstein's Gates of Eden; and Daniel Bell's The End of Ideology.
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Автор: Stephens Julie Название: Anti-Disciplinary Protest: Sixties Radicalism and Postmodernism Издательство: Cambridge Academ Классификация: ISBN: 0521629764 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780521629768 ISBN: 0-521-62976-4 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-0-521-62976-8.
2012 Язык: ENG Иллюстрации: Black & white illustrations Размер: 2. 3 x 1. 1 x . 4 cm Читательская аудитория: Tertiary education (us: college) Подзаголовок: Sixties radicalism and postmodernism Рейтинг
Anti-Disciplinary Protest. Sixties Radicalism and Postmodernism. folk and rock music, in festivals, in happenings, in poster art, and also in the writings of sixties radicals themselves: books, pamphlets, poems and manifestos.
Anti-Disciplinary Protest. To the Diggers, theatre was a territory to create ‘life actors’, seeking ‘audiences that are created by issues’. Such political theatre, described in The Digger Papers as ‘a theatre of the underground that wants out’, aimed primarily to ‘create a cast of freed beings’, to ‘liberate ground held by consumer wardens and establish a territory without walls’.