Tear down the walls : sixties radicalism and the politics of space in the San Franciso Bay Area
This thesis concerns the role played by the politics of space in the San Francisco Bay Area during the radical upheavals of the 1960s. Space, understood as both region or locality, on the one hand, and specific public spaces, on the other, mediated Sixties radicalism to a considerable extent. And nowhere was this clearer than in the San Francisco Bay Area. From the beginning of the decade to the end, the Bay Area constituted a dynamic space at the forefront of Movement activism, a territory at...[Show more]
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