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American Culture in the . .has been added to your Cart. Sharon Monteith is Professor of American Studies at the University of Nottingham.

American Culture in the . Series: Twentieth Century American Culture EUP. Hardcover: 272 pages.

Start by marking American Culture in the 1960s (Twentieth-Century American Culture) . This book charts the changing complexion of American culture in one of the most culturally vibrant of twentieth-century decades

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This book charts the changing complexion of American culture in one of the most culturally vibrant of twentieth-century decades. Just when it seems as if there might be nothing new to be said about the 1960s, Sharon Monteith has crafted an original and highly valuable new take on the decade and its legacies.

This book charts the changing complexion of American culture in one of the most culturally vibrant of twentieth-century decades

This book charts the changing complexion of American culture in one of the most culturally vibrant of twentieth-century decades. and from Pop Art to photojournalism. A chapter on new social movements demonstrates that a current of conservatism runs through even the most revolutionary movements of the 1960s and the book as a whole looks to the West and especially to the South in the making of the sixties as myth and as history. Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва. The Intellectual Context.

Each title covers a specific decade and offers a clear overview of its dominant cultural forms and influential texts, discussing their historical impact and cultural legacy. Collectively the series reframes the notion of ‘decade studies’ through the prism of cultural production and rethinks the ways in which decades are usually periodised

Both the conception and the first run of Star Trek: The Original Series (1966–1969) provide reflections and refractions of American culture at a time when it witnessed major international transitions and domestic upheaval.

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American Culture in the 1950s - Free ebook download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read book online for free. Each title covers a specific decade and offers a clear overview of its dominant cultural forms and influential texts, discussing their historical impact and cultural legacy. Collectively the series reframes the notion of ‘decade studies’ through the prism of cultural production and rethinks the ways in which decades are usually periodized.

This book charts the changing complexion of American culture in one of the most culturally vibrant of twentieth-century decades. It provides a vivid account of the major cultural forms of 1960s America - music and performance; film and television; fiction and poetry; art and photography - as well as influential texts, trends and figures of the decade: from Norman Mailer to Susan Sontag; from Muhammad Ali's anti-war protests to Tom Lehrer's stand-up comedy; from Bob Dylan to Rachel Carson; and from Pop Art to photojournalism. A chapter on new social movements demonstrates that a current of conservatism runs through even the most revolutionary movements of the 1960s and the book as a whole looks to the West and especially to the South in the making of the sixties as myth and as history.
American Culture in the 1960s (Twentieth Century American Culture EUP) download epub
Humanities
Author: Sharon Monteith
ISBN: 074861947X
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (October 8, 2008)
Pages: 272 pages