[sixties-l] Special 60s Issue of Science & Society

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    Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2001 15:01:33 -0400
    From: Alan Wald <awald@umich.edu>
    Subject: Special 60s Issue


    VOLUME 65, NUMBER 1, SPRING 2001

    Special Issue: Color, Culture and Gender in the 1960s,

    Guest-edited by Paul Mishler and Alan Wald

    *Editorial Perspectives: An Intense and Many-Textured Moment

    *Introduction, by Paul Mishler and Alan Wald

      *Havana Up in Harlem: LeRoi Jones, Harold Cruse and the Making of a
    Cultural Revolution, by Cynthia Young

      *Contingency Plans for the Feminist Revolution, by Elisabeth Armstrong

      *Medium UnCool: Women Shoot Back; Feminism, Film and 1968 A Curious
    Documentary, by Paula Rabinowitz

       *Closing the (Heterosexual) Frontier: Midnight Cowboy as National
    Allegory, by Kevin Floyd

    *Chicanos and the Shaping of the Left, by Zaragosa Vargas

    *Contradictions of the Intellectuals, by Paul Buhle

    *Raising Consciousness,Eyebrows, and Hell, by Hester Eisenstein

    Published quarterly since
    1936, Science & Society is the
    longest continuously
    published journal of Marxist scholarship, in
    any language, in the world.

    Science & Society is a
    peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal of
    Marxist scholarship. It
    publishes original studies in political
    economy and the economic
    analysis of contemporary societies:
    social and political theory;
    philosophy and methodology of the
    natural and social sciences;
    history, labor, ethnic and women's
    studies; aesthetics,
    literature and the arts. We especially
    welcome theoretical and
    applied research that both breaks new
    ground in a specific
    discipline, and is intelligible and useful to

    Science & Society does not
    adhere to any particular school of
    contemporary Marxist
    discussion, and does not attempt to define
    precise boundaries for
    Marxism. It does encourage respectful
    attention to the entire
    Marxist tradition, as well as to cutting-edge
    tools and concepts from the
    present-day social science


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