The Sixties A Journal of History, Politics and Culture articles

Volume 6 (1)

Lightshows and the cultural politics of light: mid-century cosmologies
vol. 6 (1): 45-64
The style of negation and the negation of style: the Anglicization of the Situationist International
vol. 6 (1): 65-81
Dangerous, divine, and marvelous? The legacy of the 1960s in the political cinema of Europe and Brazil
vol. 6 (1): 82-100
Zaprudered: the Kennedy assassination film in visual culture
vol. 6 (1): 101-104
All in the family: the realignment of American democracy since the 1960s
vol. 6 (1): 104-106
Are you experienced? How psychedelic consciousness transformed modern art
vol. 6 (1): 106-109
How we forgot the Cold War: a historical journey across America
vol. 6 (1): 109-110
Buying the farm: peace and war on a sixties commune
vol. 6 (1): 110-113
Equal time: television and the civil rights movement
vol. 6 (1): 113-116
Portland in the 1960s: stories from the counterculture
vol. 6 (1): 116-119
The John Lennon letters
vol. 6 (1): 119-122
Careless raptures and Newhouse traps: conversations with Daniel Aaron on the Sixties, aging, and utopian communities
vol. 6 (1): 123-141

Volume 5 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 5 (2): 0-0
Backing Dr King: the financial transformation of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1963
vol. 5 (2): 147-165
Dedicated followers of fashion: peacock fashion and the roots of the new American man, 1960–70
vol. 5 (2): 167-184
Liberals in space: the 1960s politics of Star Trek
vol. 5 (2): 185-203
“Neither guns nor bombs – neither the state nor God – will stop us from fighting for our children”: motherhood and protest in 1960s and 1970s America
vol. 5 (2): 205-228
The real things: photographing scenes of the 1960s
vol. 5 (2): 229-239
Rethinking the American anti-war movement
vol. 5 (2): 241-243
The other alliance: student protest in West Germany and the United States in the global Sixties
vol. 5 (2): 243-245
Building a just and secure world: popular front women’s struggle for peace and justice in Chicago during the 1960s
vol. 5 (2): 246-248
Madness is civilization: when the diagnosis was social, 1948–1980
vol. 5 (2): 248-251
Hillbilly nationalists, urban race rebels and black power: community organizing in radical times
vol. 5 (2): 251-254
What really happened to the 1960s: how mass media culture failed American democracy
vol. 5 (2): 254-257
Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, and mass incarceration: an interview on contemporary social movements with David Gilbert
vol. 5 (2): 259-270

Volume 5 (1)

Dirty Harry’s San Francisco
vol. 5 (1): 1-21
“Have you understood anything I’ve said?”: The Dick Cavett Show, Jimi Hendrix, and the framing of the black counterculture in 1969
vol. 5 (1): 23-46
Rallying for repression: police terror, “law-and-order” politics, and the decline of Maine’s prisoners’ rights movement
vol. 5 (1): 47-73
The emergence of race in national welfare politics: the 1962 and 1967 amendments to AFDC
vol. 5 (1): 75-112
Recollections of activism: Hampton Institute and Vassar College, 1967–72
vol. 5 (1): 113-126
Made in Dagenham , GB. BBC Films/UK Film Council/Hanway Films BMS Finance/Lip Sync Production/Number 9 Films/Audley Films. Director: Nigel Cole. Producers: Elizabeth Karlsen and Stephen Woolley. Screenplay: William Ivory. Executive producers: Christine L
vol. 5 (1): 127-129
Black Power Mixtape 1967–1975 , written and directed by Göran Hugo Olsson, produced by Annika Rogell. Co-produced by Joslyn Barnes and Danny Glover. Story AB and Louverture Films, 2011
vol. 5 (1): 129-132
America and the pill: a history of promise, peril, and liberation, by Elaine Tyler May, New York, Basic Book, 2010, 209 pp., US$29.95 (cloth), ISBN 0465011527
vol. 5 (1): 133-135
A saving remnant: the radical lives of Barbara Deming and David McReynolds
vol. 5 (1): 135-138
The Reverend Billy Project: from rehearsal hall to super mall with the Church of Life After Shopping, by Savitri D and Bill Talen, edited and with an Introduction by Alisa Solomon, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 2011, 244 pp., $22.95 (cloth), IS
vol. 5 (1): 138-140
Famous long ago: my life and hard times with Liberation News Service, by Raymond Mungo, Introduction by John McMillian, Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press, 2012, 204 pp., $19.95 (paperback), ISBN-13: 978–1-55849-947-8
vol. 5 (1): 140-143
Erratum: Erratum
vol. 5 (1): 145-0

Volume 4 (2)

Sewing the ‘subversive thread of imagination’: Jeff Nuttall, Bomb Culture and the radical potential of affect
vol. 4 (2): 109-133
“The Aquinas of the Rednecks”: reconciliation, the southern character, and the bootleg ministry of Will D. Campbell
vol. 4 (2): 135-150
Convergences and crossovers: Lawrence Alloway’s incorporative criticism and the “end” of formalism
vol. 4 (2): 151-169