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Brown, Timothy Scott

The Global Sixties in Sound and Vision

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Timothy Scott Brown, Andrew Lison

2. A Red Noise: Pop and Politics in Post-1968 France
Jonathyne Briggs

3. Mapping Tropicália
Christopher Dunn

4. Magical Mystery Tours: Godard and Antonioni in America
David Fresko

5. Turning Inwards: The Politics of Privacy in the New American Cinema
Joshua Guilford

6. Utopia and Dystopia in Science Fiction Films around 1968
Kathrin Fahlenbrach

7. “Musical & Magical Counterpoint”: Language, Sound, and Image in Wallace Berman’s Aleph, 1956–1966
Chelsea Behle Fralick

8. Guitar Smashing: Gustav Metzger, the Idea of Auto-destructive Works of Art, and Its Influence on Rock Music
Wolfgang Kraushaar

9. “The Revolution Is Over—and We Have Won!”: Alfred Hilsberg, West German Punk, and the Sixties
Jeff Hayton

10. The Sun and Moon Have Come Together: The Fourth Way, the Counterculture, and Capitol Records
Kevin Fellezs

11. “A Weapon in Our Struggle for Liberation”: Black Arts, Black Power, and the 1969 Pan-African Cultural Festival
Samir Meghelli

12. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, But It Will Be Recorded: Soul, Funk, and the Black Urban Experience, 1968–1979
Francesca D’Amico

13. Jukebox Modernism: The Transatlantic Sight and Sound of Peter Blake’s Got a Girl (1960–1961)
Melissa L. Mednicov

14. Uninteresting Pictures: Art and Technocracy, 1968
Joshua Shannon

15. 1968 and the Future of Information
Andrew Lison

Keywords: History, Cultural History, Music, World History, Global and Transnational History, Social History, Arts, Modern History

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
304 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137375230
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-47726-5

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