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The Socialist Sixties: Crossing Borders in the Second World. Ed. by Anne E. Gorsuch and Diane P. Koenker

The Socialist Sixties: Crossing Borders in the Second World. Edited by Anne E. Gorsuch and Diane P. Koenker
Publication date: 5/28/2013
Format: paper 348 pages, 12 b&w illus. 6 x 9
ISBN: 978-0-253-00937-1


The 1960s have reemerged in scholarly and popular culture as a protean moment of cultural revolution and social transformation. In this volume socialist societies in the Second World (the Soviet Union, East European countries, and Cuba) are the springboard for exploring global interconnections and cultural cross-pollination between communist and capitalist countries and within the communist world. Themes explored include flows of people and media; the emergence of a flourishing youth culture; sharing of songs, films, and personal experiences through tourism and international festivals; and the rise of a socialist consumer culture and an esthetics of modernity. Challenging traditional categories of analysis and periodization, this book brings the sixties problematic to Soviet studies while introducing the socialist experience into scholarly conversations traditionally dominated by First World perspectives.

Introduction: The Socialist 1960s in Global Perspective Anne E. Gorsuch and Diane P. Koenker

Socialist Modern
1. This is Tomorrow! Becoming a Consumer in the Soviet Sixties
Susan E. Reid
2. Modernity Unbound: The New Soviet City of the Sixties
Lewis H. Siegelbaum
3. Sputnik Premiers in Havana: An Historical Ethnography of the 1960 Soviet Exhibition
João Filipe Gonçalves

Contact Zones

4. The Thaw Goes International: Soviet Literature in Translation and Transit in the 1960s
Polly Jones
5. Guitar Poetry, Democratic Socialism, and the Limits of 1960s Internationalism
Rossen Djagalov
6. Songs from the Wood, Love from the Fields: The Soviet Tourist Song Movement
Christian Noack
7. Look Left, Drive Right: Internationalisms at the 1968 World Youth Festival
Nicholas Rutter
8. A Test of Friendship: Soviet-Czechoslovak Tourism and the Prague Spring
Rachel Applebaum

Popular Culture and Media
9. Postmemory, Counter-memory: Soviet Cinema of the 1960s
 Lilya Kaganovsky
10. The Politics of Privatization: Television Entertainment and the Yugoslav Sixties
Sabina Mihelj
11. Playing Catch-Up: Soviet Media and Soccer Hooliganism, 1965-1975
Robert Edelman
12. Listening to Los Beatles: Being Young in 1960s Cuba
Anne Luke
13. In Search of an Ending: Seventeen Moments and the Seventies
Stephen Lovell


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