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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. 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.Read more
- Original analysis of a wide range of rare and lively sources from and about the sixties; unlike any of the other books on the sixties
- A new theoretical perspective on the relationship between sixties radicalism and postmodernism
- Presents the concept of an anti-disciplinary politics and its relevance to politics and theory today
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"...a bold and worthy enterprise that raises issues of interest to historians, political scientists, and sociologists, as well as to those whose work is grounded in textual analysis." Edward P. Morgan, Social Forces
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- Date Published: April 1998
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521629768
- length: 182 pages
- dimensions: 229 x 152 x 10 mm
- weight: 0.25kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Paradigms of sixties radicalism
2. The language of an anti-disciplinary politics
3. Consuming India
4. Co-opting co-option
5. Aesthetic radicalism
6. Conclusion: genealogies.
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