Sixties Europe

 
 
Cambridge University Press
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  • 280 Seiten
978-1-107-55290-6 (ISBN)
 
Sixties Europe examines the border-crossing uprisings of the 1960s in Europe on both sides of the Cold War divide. Placing European developments within a global context formed by Third World liberation struggles and Cold War geopolitics, Timothy Scott Brown highlights the importance of transnational exchanges across bloc boundaries. New Left ideas and cultural practices easily crossed bloc boundaries, but Brown demonstrates that the 1960s in Europe did not simply unfold according to a normative western model. Everywhere, innovations in the arts and popular culture synergized radical politics as advocates of workers' democracy emerged to pursue longstanding demands predating the Cold War divide. Tracing the development of a distinctive blend of cultural and political activism across diverse national settings, Sixties Europe examines an important, historically-recent attempt to address unresolved questions about human social organization that remain relevant in the present, and it offers an original history of Europe across a transformative decade.
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Timothy Scott Brown is Professor and Chair of History at Northeastern University and Senior Fellow at the Institute for European Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. He is a historian of twentieth-century transnational social movements. A two-time Fulbright Recipient, he is winner of the 2016 Berlin Prize of the American Academy in Berlin and a 2016-17 Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies. His books include West Germany in the Global Sixties: The Anti-Authoritarian Revolt, 1962-1978 (2013), Weimar Radicals: Nazis and Communists between Authenticity and Performance (2009) and The Global Sixties in Sound and Vision: Media, Counterculture, Revolt (2014) with Andrew Lison.
Introduction; 1. Mapping Sixties Europe; 2. Cold War(s), and hot; 3. Cultural revolutions; 4. 1968 in three Europes; 5. The search for social power; Afterword.

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