The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture articles

Volume 4 (2)

“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
The Black Campus Movement: the case for a new historiography
vol. 4 (2): 171-186
Artistic apprenticeship and collaboration: looking back with Keith Richards and Patti Smith
vol. 4 (2): 187-195
The seven ages of Dylan/Bob Dylan at seventy: University of Bristol, May 24, 2011
vol. 4 (2): 197-199
vol. 4 (2): 201-204
American patriotism, American protest: social movements since the Sixties
vol. 4 (2): 205-207
London calling: a countercultural history of London since 1945
vol. 4 (2): 207-210
Called to serve: stories of men and women confronted by the Vietnam War draft
vol. 4 (2): 210-212
Stayin’ alive: the 1970s and the last days of the working class
vol. 4 (2): 212-213
Smoking typewriters: the Sixties underground press and the rise of alternative media in America
vol. 4 (2): 213-216
Our minds on freedom: women and the struggle for black equality in Louisiana, 1924-1967
vol. 4 (2): 216-218
Why David sometimes wins: leadership, organization, and strategy in the California farm workers movement The union of their dreams: power, hope and struggle in Cesar Chavez’s farm worker movement
vol. 4 (2): 218-224
Making the scene: Yorkville and hip Toronto in the 1960s
vol. 4 (2): 224-226
The apartment plot: urban living in American film and popular culture, 1945-75
vol. 4 (2): 226-229
Insider histories of the Vietnam era underground press, part 1
vol. 4 (2): 229-230

Volume 3 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 3 (2): 0-0
From revolutionary rebels to a thinking generation: a reflection on China's Red Guard movement of the mid-1960s
Xu, Luo, vol. 3 (2): 143-162
“We are black folks first”: the black freedom struggle in Rochester, NY and the making of Malcolm X
Hill, Laura Warren, vol. 3 (2): 163-185
We are Marshall Bloom: sexuality, suicide, and the collective memory of the Sixties
Slonecker, Blake, vol. 3 (2): 187-205
“Did anyone ever truly decide?” Rereading cultural feminism through the Patty Hearst case
Tanenbaum, Laura, vol. 3 (2): 207-223
The most dangerous man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers
Foley, Michael S., vol. 3 (2): 225-228
Soundtrack for a revolution
Lafargue, Ferentz, vol. 3 (2): 228-231
Stonewall Uprising
Lekus, Ian, vol. 3 (2): 231-235
Liberalism, Black Power, and the making of American politics, 1965-1980
Cannato, Vincent J., vol. 3 (2): 237-239
A bomb in every issue: how the short, unruly life of Ramparts magazine changed America
Gillis, William, vol. 3 (2): 239-242
Thelonious Monk: the life and times of an American original
Immerwahr, Daniel, vol. 3 (2): 242-244
Framing the Sixties: the use and abuse of a decade from Ronald Reagan to George W. Bush
Mattson, Kevin, vol. 3 (2): 244-247
Guerrilla USA: the George Jackson Brigade and the anticapitalist underground of the 1970s
Raskin, Jonah, vol. 3 (2): 247-249
The war on welfare: family, poverty and politics in modern America
See, Katherine O'Sullivan, vol. 3 (2): 250-253
The protest psychosis: how schizophrenia became a black disease
Staub, Michael E., vol. 3 (2): 253-255
The admirable radical: Staughton Lynd and Cold War dissent, 1945-1970; From here to there: the Staughton Lynd reader; Stepping stones: a memoir of a life together
Stewart, Luke, vol. 3 (2): 255-262
Officer, nurse, woman: the Army Nurse Corps in the Vietnam War
Stur, Heather Marie, vol. 3 (2): 262-265
How the Beatles destroyed rock 'n' roll: an alternative history of American popular music
Suisman, David, vol. 3 (2): 265-268
An interview with M.F. Beal
Watts, Linda, vol. 3 (2): 269-283

Volume 3 (1)

A “generation in-itself”: authoritarian rule, exilic mentality, and the postwar generation of intellectuals in 1960s Taiwan
Hsiau, A-chin, vol. 3 (1): 1-31
“The press did you in”: the Poor People's Campaign and the mass media
Mantler, Gordon, vol. 3 (1): 33-54
Everyday archaic: fieldworkers in New Left poetry
Shaw, Lytle, vol. 3 (1): 55-77
Celebrity (post)feminism, the Sixties feminist blockbuster and Down with Love
Taylor, Anthea, vol. 3 (1): 79-96
Czeching the beat, beating the Czech: Ginsberg and Ferlinghetti in Czechia
Kopecký, Petr, vol. 3 (1): 97-103