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Italy and 1968 Youthful Unrest and Democratic Culture by Stuart J. Hilwig
  

Italy and 1968 Youthful Unrest and Democratic Culture

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Synopsis

Italy and 1968 Youthful Unrest and Democratic Culture by Stuart J. Hilwig

A comprehensive look at how the 'establishment' responded to the Italian student revolt of 1968. Using oral interviews, media analysis and archival evidence, the book explores the reactions of those who became the frequent targets of student protests - professors, police, activists' parents, the clergy, journalists, lawyers and auto workers.

Reviews

'This study...clear analysis of some key and under-studied aspects of Italy's 1968. It should provide students and university teachers with food for thought in an age of university privatisation, cuts and huge fee increases.' - Modern Italy'


About the Author

STUART J. HILWIG is currently an Associate Professor of History at Adams State college in Colorado, USA. His interest in Italian history began as a teenager when he worked in a pizzeria owned by Sicillian immigrants. He earned a BA in History at Vanderbilt University and his MA and PhD from Ohio State University.

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Book Info

Publication date

19th November 2009

Author

Stuart J. Hilwig

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Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

Format

Hardback
195 pages

Categories

European history

Demonstrations & protest movements

ISBN

9780230575684

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