Children Of The Dictatorship : Student Resistance, Cultural Politics and the ""Long 1960s"" in GreeceMaterial type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandProtest, Culture & Society: Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2013Description: 1 online resource (390 p.)ISBN: 9781782380016Subject(s): College students -- Political activity -- Greece -- History -- 20th century | Ethnikon Metsovion Polytechneion (Greece) -- Student strike, 1973 | Greece -- Politics and government -- 1967-1974 | Greece -- Social conditions -- 20th century | Student movements -- Greece -- History -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Children Of The Dictatorship : Student Resistance, Cultural Politics and the ""Long 1960s"" in GreeceDDC classification: 378.1/98109495 | 378.198109495 LOC classification: LA788.7 .K67 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Introduction; Chapter 1 - A Changing Society; Chapter 2 - Phoenix with a Bayonet; Chapter 3 - A Mosquito on a Bull; Chapter 4 - Cultural Warfare; Chapter 5 - Ten Months that Shook Greece; Epilogue - ""Everything Links""; Bibliography; Index
Putting Greece back on the cultural and political map of the "Long 1960s," this book traces the dissent and activism of anti-regime students during the dictatorship of the Colonels (1967-74). It explores the cultural as well as ideological protest of Greek student activists, illustrating how these "children of the dictatorship" managed to re-appropriate indigenous folk tradition for their "progressive" purposes and how their transnational exchange molded a particular local protest culture. It examines how the students' social and political practices became a major source of pressure on the Co
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Kostis Kornetis is Assistant Professor at the Center for European and Mediterranean Studies at New York University. He received his PhD in History and Civilization from the European University Institute, Florence. From 2007 to 2012 he taught in the History Department at Brown University. His research focuses on the history and memory of the 1960s, the methodology of oral history, and the use of film as a source for social and cultural history.