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Book
xxii, 335 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • The unthinkable revolution
  • Enemies from the past : bureaucracy, class, and Mao's continuous revolution
  • From the good blood to the right to rebel : politics of class and citizenship in the Beijing Red Guard movement
  • Revolutionary alchemy : "economism" and the making of Shanghai's "January revolution"
  • Revolution is dead, long live the revolution : popular radicalization of the cultural revolution in Hunan
  • Coping with crisis in the wake of the cultural revolution : the historical origins of Chinese postsocialism
  • Epilogue : from revolution to reform : rethinking the cultural revolution in the present.
  • The unthinkable revolution
  • Enemies from the past : bureaucracy, class, and Mao's continuous revolution
  • From the good blood to the right to rebel : politics of class and citizenship in the Beijing Red Guard movement
  • Revolutionary alchemy : "economism" and the making of Shanghai's "January revolution"
  • Revolution is dead, long live the revolution : popular radicalization of the cultural revolution in Hunan
  • Coping with crisis in the wake of the cultural revolution : the historical origins of Chinese postsocialism
  • Epilogue : from revolution to reform : rethinking the cultural revolution in the present.
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DS778.7 .W85 2014 Unknown
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xi, 283 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 24 cm
  • Trading places
  • Radical challenges to liberal politics
  • Rejecting the Republic - and a detainee dies
  • The student left takes charge
  • The rediscovery of resistance
  • Release all political prisoners
  • Students, intellectuals and worker organisation
  • Unravelling the Industrial Aid Society
  • Unavoidably detained
  • Trials and tribulations
  • Bookends.
  • Trading places
  • Radical challenges to liberal politics
  • Rejecting the Republic - and a detainee dies
  • The student left takes charge
  • The rediscovery of resistance
  • Release all political prisoners
  • Students, intellectuals and worker organisation
  • Unravelling the Industrial Aid Society
  • Unavoidably detained
  • Trials and tribulations
  • Bookends.
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DT1945 .M678 2014 Unavailable At bindery Request
Book
xvi, 299 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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DT387.95 .B347 2014 Unknown
Book
xiv, 263 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction
  • A new era in social service? : student associational culture and the settlement movement
  • Christian internationalism, social study and the universities before 1914
  • The student chapter in post-war reconstruction, 1920-1926
  • No longer the privilege of the well-to-do? : student culture, strikes and self-help, 1926-1932
  • Digging with the unemployed : the rise of a student social consciousness, 1932-1939
  • Students in action : students and anti-fascist relief efforts, 1933-1939
  • The students' contribution to victory : voluntary work in the second world war and after
  • Experiments in living : student social service and social action, 1950-1965
  • From service to action
  • rethinking student voluntarism, 1965-1980
  • Conclusions : students and social change, 1880-1980.
  • Introduction
  • A new era in social service? : student associational culture and the settlement movement
  • Christian internationalism, social study and the universities before 1914
  • The student chapter in post-war reconstruction, 1920-1926
  • No longer the privilege of the well-to-do? : student culture, strikes and self-help, 1926-1932
  • Digging with the unemployed : the rise of a student social consciousness, 1932-1939
  • Students in action : students and anti-fascist relief efforts, 1933-1939
  • The students' contribution to victory : voluntary work in the second world war and after
  • Experiments in living : student social service and social action, 1950-1965
  • From service to action
  • rethinking student voluntarism, 1965-1980
  • Conclusions : students and social change, 1880-1980.
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LA637.7 .B69 2014 Unknown
Book
xxiv, 212 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Chronology
  • Dedication
  • Section one. Introduction
  • Prologue: Surviving 1989
  • June 4 : history and memory in exile
  • Seeds of fire
  • Section two. Triumph and trauma
  • On the road : profile of Yi Danxuan
  • No direction home : Shen Tong
  • Living somewhere else : Wang Dan
  • Romance and revolution : group discussions
  • Section three. Conclusion
  • Citizenship in exile
  • Epilogue: Beginning of an end.
  • Chronology
  • Dedication
  • Section one. Introduction
  • Prologue: Surviving 1989
  • June 4 : history and memory in exile
  • Seeds of fire
  • Section two. Triumph and trauma
  • On the road : profile of Yi Danxuan
  • No direction home : Shen Tong
  • Living somewhere else : Wang Dan
  • Romance and revolution : group discussions
  • Section three. Conclusion
  • Citizenship in exile
  • Epilogue: Beginning of an end.
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DS779.32 .H44 2014 Unknown
Book
253 pages ; 24 cm.
  • The beginnings of the student movement in the fifties and early sixties
  • "The troubles" of universities in the mid-sixties
  • 1968, that magical year
  • The transformation of the student movement
  • The seventies and the rise of the unions.
  • The beginnings of the student movement in the fifties and early sixties
  • "The troubles" of universities in the mid-sixties
  • 1968, that magical year
  • The transformation of the student movement
  • The seventies and the rise of the unions.
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LA631.82 .H64 2013 Unknown
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xvii, 373 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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LA788.7 .K67 2013 Unknown
Book
174 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: trans/national memories of 1968
  • Remember? 1968 in German fiction
  • Forget it? 1968 in East Germany
  • Transatlantic encounters between Germany and the United States as intercultural exchange and generational conflict
  • Transnational memories: 1968 and German-Turkish authors
  • Conclusion: continued taboos, confirmed canons.
  • Introduction: trans/national memories of 1968
  • Remember? 1968 in German fiction
  • Forget it? 1968 in East Germany
  • Transatlantic encounters between Germany and the United States as intercultural exchange and generational conflict
  • Transnational memories: 1968 and German-Turkish authors
  • Conclusion: continued taboos, confirmed canons.
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PT772 .R54 2013 Unknown
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xv, 199 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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LB3610 .I526 2013 Unknown
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xiv, 206 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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LD3412.9 .M38 2013 Unknown

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v. : chiefly ill. ; 24 cm
John Lewis's autobiographical account of his lifelong battle for civil rights for all Americans.
John Lewis's autobiographical account of his lifelong battle for civil rights for all Americans.
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E840.8 .L43 A3 2013 BK.1 Unknown
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E840.8 .L43 A3 2013 BK.1 Unknown
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xxi, 226 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • "Ours is an immediate task" : Juanita Jackson and the origins of the NAACP youth movement
  • To "keep our vision unclouded" : war and democracy
  • To finish the fight : "freedom from fear!"
  • "With all deliberate speed" : school desegregation, Emmett Till, and the Montgomery Bus Boycott
  • "More than a hamburger and a cup of coffee" : NAACP youth and the 1960s freedom struggle
  • "And if not now, when?" : securing our freedom.
  • "Ours is an immediate task" : Juanita Jackson and the origins of the NAACP youth movement
  • To "keep our vision unclouded" : war and democracy
  • To finish the fight : "freedom from fear!"
  • "With all deliberate speed" : school desegregation, Emmett Till, and the Montgomery Bus Boycott
  • "More than a hamburger and a cup of coffee" : NAACP youth and the 1960s freedom struggle
  • "And if not now, when?" : securing our freedom.
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E185.5 .N276 B96 2013 Unknown
Book
xxi, 226 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • "Ours is an immediate task" : Juanita Jackson and the origins of the NAACP youth movement
  • To "keep our vision unclouded" : war and democracy
  • To finish the fight : "freedom from fear!"
  • "With all deliberate speed" : school desegregation, Emmett Till, and the Montgomery Bus Boycott
  • "More than a hamburger and a cup of coffee" : NAACP youth and the 1960s freedom struggle
  • "And if not now, when?" : securing our freedom.
  • "Ours is an immediate task" : Juanita Jackson and the origins of the NAACP youth movement
  • To "keep our vision unclouded" : war and democracy
  • To finish the fight : "freedom from fear!"
  • "With all deliberate speed" : school desegregation, Emmett Till, and the Montgomery Bus Boycott
  • "More than a hamburger and a cup of coffee" : NAACP youth and the 1960s freedom struggle
  • "And if not now, when?" : securing our freedom.
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E185.5 .N276 B96 2013 Unknown
Book
xi, 220 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
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HN490 .V5 H35 2013 Unknown
Book
xx, 223 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Arrests and repression as a logic of neoliberalism / Jason Del Gandio
  • Repression of student activism on college campuses / Wesley Strong
  • Policing college campuses: race, social control, and the securitizing of college campuses / Daniel White Hodge
  • Policed pedagogy: controlling and dominating classrooms, curriculum, and courses / Kim Socha
  • Of accountablity, surveillance, and fear: speaking out and losing my job / Barbara Madeloni
  • Cameras and ID card swipes: disappearing privacy and the cultivation of the virtual self / Richard Van Heertum
  • Socio-technical developments in campus securitization: building and resisting the policing apparatus / Ben Brucato and Luis A. Fernandez
  • We are all Hokies: surveillance culture and communication technologies on a post-Virginia Tech campus / Caroline K. Kaltefleiter
  • Political research: scholarship as terrorism / David Pellow and Scott DeMuth
  • The college campus as panopticon: how security and surveillance are undermining free inquiry / Joe Lewis
  • Militant privatization: the UC-Davis pepper-spray incident / Sarah Augusto and Julie Setele
  • Higher ed on a slippery slope: pulling it back from the brink of tyranny / Maura Stephens
  • Occupy colleges: the resurgence of U.S. radical student activism / Ryan Thomson and Natalia Abrams
  • Faculty should join with Occupy Movement protesters on college campuses / Henry Giroux.
  • Arrests and repression as a logic of neoliberalism / Jason Del Gandio
  • Repression of student activism on college campuses / Wesley Strong
  • Policing college campuses: race, social control, and the securitizing of college campuses / Daniel White Hodge
  • Policed pedagogy: controlling and dominating classrooms, curriculum, and courses / Kim Socha
  • Of accountablity, surveillance, and fear: speaking out and losing my job / Barbara Madeloni
  • Cameras and ID card swipes: disappearing privacy and the cultivation of the virtual self / Richard Van Heertum
  • Socio-technical developments in campus securitization: building and resisting the policing apparatus / Ben Brucato and Luis A. Fernandez
  • We are all Hokies: surveillance culture and communication technologies on a post-Virginia Tech campus / Caroline K. Kaltefleiter
  • Political research: scholarship as terrorism / David Pellow and Scott DeMuth
  • The college campus as panopticon: how security and surveillance are undermining free inquiry / Joe Lewis
  • Militant privatization: the UC-Davis pepper-spray incident / Sarah Augusto and Julie Setele
  • Higher ed on a slippery slope: pulling it back from the brink of tyranny / Maura Stephens
  • Occupy colleges: the resurgence of U.S. radical student activism / Ryan Thomson and Natalia Abrams
  • Faculty should join with Occupy Movement protesters on college campuses / Henry Giroux.
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LB2345 .P65 2013 Unknown
Book
xvi, 339 p.
  • Part I. Prelude to the sixties : youth unrest and resistance to postwar "national identity." Conflicting interpretations of Mexico's "economic miracle"
  • Fun and politics in postwar Mexico
  • Part II. The rise of Mexico's "student problem" and the consolidation of "charrismo estudiantil" in the early sixties. "¿Manos extrañas?" : the 1956 student protest and the "crisis" of authority
  • The reestablishment of authority
  • The 1958 student movement and the origins of Mexico's New Left
  • Student unrest and response in the aftermath of the Cuban Revolution
  • Part III. Contested notions of revolution. "No more fun and games": from porristas to porros
  • Conservative Mexican exceptionalism : body politics and the "wound" of '68.
  • Part I. Prelude to the sixties : youth unrest and resistance to postwar "national identity." Conflicting interpretations of Mexico's "economic miracle"
  • Fun and politics in postwar Mexico
  • Part II. The rise of Mexico's "student problem" and the consolidation of "charrismo estudiantil" in the early sixties. "¿Manos extrañas?" : the 1956 student protest and the "crisis" of authority
  • The reestablishment of authority
  • The 1958 student movement and the origins of Mexico's New Left
  • Student unrest and response in the aftermath of the Cuban Revolution
  • Part III. Contested notions of revolution. "No more fun and games": from porristas to porros
  • Conservative Mexican exceptionalism : body politics and the "wound" of '68.
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LA428.7 .P44 2013 Unknown
Book
xxii, 337 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
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LA229 .R385 2013 Unknown
Book
xviii, 326 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Introduction : the molding of 1968 in military Brazil
  • Constructing "the house of democratic resistance" : authority and authenticity in university student politics, 1808-1955
  • "Professional students" and political polarization : contested revolutions, 1956-1967
  • From martyrdom and militancy to memory: 1968 in Brazil
  • Dark weather: the post-68 storm, 1969-1973
  • Rebuilding the house of memories, 1974-1985.
  • Introduction : the molding of 1968 in military Brazil
  • Constructing "the house of democratic resistance" : authority and authenticity in university student politics, 1808-1955
  • "Professional students" and political polarization : contested revolutions, 1956-1967
  • From martyrdom and militancy to memory: 1968 in Brazil
  • Dark weather: the post-68 storm, 1969-1973
  • Rebuilding the house of memories, 1974-1985.
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LA558.7 .L36 2013 Available
Book
xxvi, 300 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
  • The incipient movement
  • The decision to go into voter registration
  • Warming up Mississippi : the movement becomes a local thing
  • Commitment aborted
  • The stalemated movement
  • The birth of protest politics
  • Freedom summer, part I
  • Freedom summer, part II
  • The political organization of protest politics, part I
  • The political organization of protest politics, part II
  • Appendix: The power of protection : the federal government.
  • The incipient movement
  • The decision to go into voter registration
  • Warming up Mississippi : the movement becomes a local thing
  • Commitment aborted
  • The stalemated movement
  • The birth of protest politics
  • Freedom summer, part I
  • Freedom summer, part II
  • The political organization of protest politics, part I
  • The political organization of protest politics, part II
  • Appendix: The power of protection : the federal government.
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E185.93 .M6 M27 2013 Unknown
Book
x, 397 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • 1. Space
  • 2. Time
  • 3. Word
  • 4. Sound
  • 5. Vision
  • 6. Power
  • 7. Sex
  • 8. Death
  • Conclusion.
"The anti-authoritarian revolt of the 1960s and 1970s was a watershed in the history of the Federal Republic of Germany. The rebellion of the so-called '68ers' - against cultural conformity and the ideological imperatives of the Cold War; against the American war in Vietnam; in favor of a more open accounting for the crimes of the Nazi era - helped to inspire a dialogue on democratization with profound effects on German society. Timothy Brown examines the unique synthesis of globalizing influences on West Germany to reveal how the presence of Third World students, imported pop culture from America and England and the influence of new political doctrines worldwide all helped to precipitate the revolt. The book explains how the events in West Germany grew out of a new interplay of radical politics and popular culture, even as they drew on principles of direct-democracy, self-organization and self-determination, all still highly relevant in the present day"-- Provided by publisher.
  • Introduction
  • 1. Space
  • 2. Time
  • 3. Word
  • 4. Sound
  • 5. Vision
  • 6. Power
  • 7. Sex
  • 8. Death
  • Conclusion.
"The anti-authoritarian revolt of the 1960s and 1970s was a watershed in the history of the Federal Republic of Germany. The rebellion of the so-called '68ers' - against cultural conformity and the ideological imperatives of the Cold War; against the American war in Vietnam; in favor of a more open accounting for the crimes of the Nazi era - helped to inspire a dialogue on democratization with profound effects on German society. Timothy Brown examines the unique synthesis of globalizing influences on West Germany to reveal how the presence of Third World students, imported pop culture from America and England and the influence of new political doctrines worldwide all helped to precipitate the revolt. The book explains how the events in West Germany grew out of a new interplay of radical politics and popular culture, even as they drew on principles of direct-democracy, self-organization and self-determination, all still highly relevant in the present day"-- Provided by publisher.
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DD260.4 .B78 2013 Unknown

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