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Memories of 1968 : International Perspectives

By: Cornils, Ingo.
Contributor(s): Waters, Sarah.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Oxford : Lang, Peter, AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2011Description: 1 online resource (402 p.).ISBN: 9783035300307.Subject(s): Collective memory -- Congresses | Nineteen sixty-eight, A.D. -- Congresses | Nineteen sixty-eight, A.D. -- Historiography -- Congresses | Social change -- History -- 20th century -- Congresses | Social history -- 1960-1970 -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Memories of 1968 : International PerspectivesDDC classification: 909.82 | 909.826 LOC classification: D848 .M46 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Acknowledgements ix; Sarah Waters: Introduction: 1968 in Memory and Place 1; Part 1: Memories and Places 23; Martin Klimke: Revisiting the Revolution: 1968 in Transnational Cultural Memory 25; Daniel A. Gordon: Memories of 1968 in France: Reflections on the 40th Anniversary 49; Wolfgang Kraushaar: Hitler's Children? The German 1968 Movement in the Shadow of the Nazi Past 79; John Foot: Looking back on Italy's 'Long "68"'. Public, Private and Divided Memories 103; Timothy S. Brown: United States of Amnesia? 1968 in the USA 131
Claire Brewster: Mexico 1968: A Crisis of National Identity 149Part 2: Personal Testimonies 179; Daniel Bensaїd: May 1968: An Unclassified Affair 181; Part 3: Marginal Voices 197; Susanne Rinner: Transnational Memories: 1968 in Recent German Fiction 199; Stuart j. Hilwig: An Oral History of Memories of 1968 in Italy 221; Lan Yang: Memory and Revisionism: The Chinese Cultural Revolution on the Internet 249; Part 4: Fictional Imaginaries 279; Ingo Cornils: Utopian Moments: Memory Culture and Cultural Memory of the German Student Movement 281
Irene Fenoglio-Limón: Reading Mexico 1968: Literature, Memory and Politics 299Chris Homewood: Have the Best Ideas Stood the Test of Time? Negotiating the Legacy of '1968' in The Edukators 321; Part 5: Decentring 1968 343; Sofia Serenelli-Messenger: 1968 in an Italian Province: Memory and the Everyday Life of a New Left Group in Macerata 345; Notes on Contributors 377; Index 381
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Contents; Acknowledgements ix; Sarah Waters: Introduction: 1968 in Memory and Place 1; Part 1: Memories and Places 23; Martin Klimke: Revisiting the Revolution: 1968 in Transnational Cultural Memory 25; Daniel A. Gordon: Memories of 1968 in France: Reflections on the 40th Anniversary 49; Wolfgang Kraushaar: Hitler's Children? The German 1968 Movement in the Shadow of the Nazi Past 79; John Foot: Looking back on Italy's 'Long "68"'. Public, Private and Divided Memories 103; Timothy S. Brown: United States of Amnesia? 1968 in the USA 131

Claire Brewster: Mexico 1968: A Crisis of National Identity 149Part 2: Personal Testimonies 179; Daniel Bensaїd: May 1968: An Unclassified Affair 181; Part 3: Marginal Voices 197; Susanne Rinner: Transnational Memories: 1968 in Recent German Fiction 199; Stuart j. Hilwig: An Oral History of Memories of 1968 in Italy 221; Lan Yang: Memory and Revisionism: The Chinese Cultural Revolution on the Internet 249; Part 4: Fictional Imaginaries 279; Ingo Cornils: Utopian Moments: Memory Culture and Cultural Memory of the German Student Movement 281

Irene Fenoglio-Limón: Reading Mexico 1968: Literature, Memory and Politics 299Chris Homewood: Have the Best Ideas Stood the Test of Time? Negotiating the Legacy of '1968' in The Edukators 321; Part 5: Decentring 1968 343; Sofia Serenelli-Messenger: 1968 in an Italian Province: Memory and the Everyday Life of a New Left Group in Macerata 345; Notes on Contributors 377; Index 381

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The Editors: Ingo Cornils is Senior Lecturer in German and Head of the Department of German, Russian and Slavonic Studies at the University of Leeds, UK. Among his publications are the volumes Hermann Hesse Today / Hermann Hesse Heute (with Osman Durrani, 2005), (Un-)erf#65533;llte Wirklichkeit: Neue Studien zu Uwe Timms Werk (with Frank Finlay, 2006), Baader-Meinhof Returns: History and Cultural Memory of German Left-Wing Terrorism (with Gerrit-Jan Berendse, 2008) and A Companion to the Works of Hermann Hesse (2009).<br> Sarah Waters is Senior Lecturer in French Studies at the University of Leeds and author of Social Movements in France. Towards a New Citizenship (2003). She has published widely on the theory and practice of French social movements and recent articles include 'Situating Movements Historically. May 1968, Alain Touraine and New Social Movement Theory', Mobilization (March 2008), and 'Globalization, the Conf#65533;d#65533;ration paysanne and symbolic power', French Politics, Culture and Society (forthcoming 2010). She is currently completing a monograph on globalisation, opposition and French identity.

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