A. n Asian leader whose name had been used during the 1960s as part of an international student chant died . Who was he ? North Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh , whose name was used and abused in chants that began “ Ho Ho Ho Chi Minh .
Author: Bill Adler
Category: Curiosities and wonders.
Gathers trivia questions about the politics, music, theater, literature, movies, sports, television, and popular culture of the 1960s
Is it true that for a while in the 1960s you considered becoming his legislative assistant ? We talked about it . I admired him tremendously . ... What do you remember about the 1960s ? I remember that we all felt connected to the world ...
Author: Claudia Dreifus
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
As one of the preeminent interviewers of our time, Claudia Dreifus crisscrosses the globe to interview an eclectic selection of the world's most powerful and interesting women and men, the people whose opinions will shape our future. Dreifus's interviews, by the subjects she chooses and the questions she asks, depict her own forceful vision of our times, as well as that of those she interviews. Interview is a cornucopia of interviews with leading writers, generals and politicians, television newscasters and actors, spiritual leaders and famous spouses. The book is divided into six sections. Saints: The Dalai Lama (2 interviews), Aung San Suu Kyi, Andrew Young; Visionaries: Esther Dyson, The Tofflers, Art Caplan; Media Freaks: Cokie Roberts/Nina Totenberg/Linda Wertheimer, Dan Rather, Richard Dreyfuss, Samuel Jackson; Warriors: Colin Powell, Gen. John Shalikashvili, Benazir Bhutto, Joycelyn Elders, Serge and Beate Klarsfeld; Poets: Isaac Bashevis Singer, Toni Morrison, Arthur Miller; Citizens: Nadine Strassen, Barney Frank, Myrlie Evers.
But even with all this extra time spent in front of the television, and in spite of all the new sixties toys and games available ... Do you remember all those 1960s television advertisements that will never again see the light of day?
Author: Paul Feeney
Publisher: The History Press
Do you remember Beatlemania? Radio Caroline? Mods and Rockers? The very first miniskirts? Then the chances are you were born in the or around 1960. To the young people of today, the 1960s seems like another age. But for those who grew up in this decade, school life, 'mod' fashions and sixties pop music are still fresh in their minds. From James Bond to Sindy dolls and playing hopscotch in the street, life was very different to how it is now. After the tough and frugal years of the fifties, the sixties was a boom period, a time of changed attitudes and improved lifestyles. With chapters on home and school life, games and hobbies, music and fashion, alongside a selection of charming illustrations, this delightful compendium of memories will appeal to all who grew up in this lively era. Take a nostalgic look at what it was like to grow up during the sixties and recapture all aspects of life back then. PAUL FEENEY is a writer and part-time business consultant. He has also written a local history of Highgate and A 1950s Childhood: from Tin Baths to Bread and Dripping. He lives in Surrey. "If you grew up in the Swinging Sixties, you’ll love Paul Feeney’s A 1960s Childhood." Reviewed in Yours Magazine, 23rdFeb ’10. "The author captures the atmosphere and 'furniture' of the Sixties to perfection, even recreating a typical family Christmas of the time. Whether you were a child or an adult in that most eventful decade, this excellent book, with charming black and white illustrations, will throw up lots of talking points." Reviewed in This England, Summer 2010 edition
Wrede : Do you remember a particular example of hostility toward the book ? Venturi : Steven Izenour recalls that when he was a student on a Fulbright Scholarship at the Royal Danish Academy of Architecture in the late sixties , he was ...
Author: James Leggio
Essays discuss Ad Reinhardt, Jasper Johns, J.M.W. Turner, Jim Dine, minimalism, Robert Venturi, and Elia Kazan's "Wild River."
defined by Bakhtin.7 In the course of this chapter it will be examined how such carnivalesque and clownesque traits display themselves in both pieces, particularly in the character Ultra from Freiheit ... Meh: Do you remember the 1960s?
Category: Political Science
By its very nature the clown, as represented in art, is an interdisciplinary phenomenon. In whichever artform it appears – fiction, drama, film, photography or fine art – it carries the symbolic association of its usage in popular culture, be it ritual festivities, street theatre or circus. The clown, like its extended family of fools, jesters, picaros and tricksters, has a variety of functions all focussed around its status and image of being “other.” Frequently a marginalized figure, it provides the foil for the shortcomings of dominant discourse or the absurdities of human behaviour. Clowns, Fools and Picaros represents the latest research on the clown, bringing together for the first time studies from four continents: Europe, America, Africa and Asia. It attempts to ascertain commonalities, overlaps and differences between artistic expressions of the “clownesque” from these various continents and genres, and above all, to examine the role of the clown in our cultures today. This volume is of interest for scholars of political and comic drama, film and visual art as well as scholars of comparative literature and anthropology.
What year was it when you were the same age as your child is now? Were you growing up during the '60s, '70s, or '80s? What are the historical events you remember? • The sixties. If you were growing up in the 1960s, do you remember the ...
Author: Myrna Blyth
Publisher: Crown Forum
Category: Family & Relationships
Do you love America? Are you proud to call this country your home? Now, what about your kids? You want them to love America as much as you do, but when popular culture tells them it’s cooler to bash this country than to love it, how can you teach them to be proud and loyal citizens? As mothers themselves, bestselling author Myrna Blyth and former presidential speechwriter Chriss Winston have struggled with the same dilemma. Shocked by the growing patriotism gap, they set out to create a real-world resource all parents can use to teach their kids about the greatness of America’s past, the promise of its future, and the important role each of us plays in this democracy. How to Raise an American shows you how to make patriotism a priority without it becoming a chore for you or your kids. This practical guide offers tips, games, activities, quizzes, and information you can use to make patriotism part of your family’s daily life, including: - 60-Minute Solutions that easily and seamlessly instill a love of this country - Dinner Table Debate topics that will have the whole family talking - Road trip ideas that bring America’s history to life - Books and movies that exemplify our shared ideals - Inspiring stories of American courage, honor, and ingenuity - Fun and educational ways to celebrate American holidays like the Fourth of July and Veterans Day Blyth and Winston consulted prominent historians, academics, military leaders, politicians, au-thors, scholars, film crit ics, and parents around the country to bring you a truly useful guide. Part treatise on patriotism, part American history primer, part civics lesson, this book is the antidote to the virulent America bashing our children hear every day. Inspiring and practical, How to Raise an American is a must for every patriot—parent and child.
Everything you should have remembered or need to know about the 1960s Richard Hipgrave, Tony Hipgrave. I Remember You But do you remember: 1. With which songs the following actors and actresses made the UK and US Charts in the 1960s?
Author: Richard Hipgrave
Publisher: Richard Hipgrave
This is a wide-ranging, slightly off-the-wall trivia quiz book with questions covering the social history of the 1960s, pop, rock, jazz, psychedelia, protests, alternative culture, fashion, magazines, books, film, pop art, sport, etc. - in fact everything that shaped the most mind-blowing decade of them all! It's based on an enduring cult classic print book which has been revised and extended for distribution as an ebook.
Do you remember the 1960s with their great sense of searching for better solutions? Structural family therapy—as well as strategic, experiential, and Bowenian therapies, the therapy of Virginia Satir, and multiple-impact and other ...
Author: Jeffrey K. Zeig
First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
An exaggerated social response does not mean that nothing is really happening. The 1960s set the scene ... If you can remember the sixties, you probably weren't there. Do you remember or have you heard about the 'summer oflove?
Author: Martin Plant
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Health & Fitness
Humans have been using psychoactive (mind-altering) drugs since ancient times, and barely a day goes by without a drug related issue reaching the headlines. This book provides an accessible and lucid introduction to some of the main health and social issues related to illicit drugs and their use.
Going back to the 1960s in your mind, do you remember the Summer of Love in San Francisco, the Beatles, and the Beatnik generation? Since then, the media and the previous generation have done everything possible to make it look like all ...
Author: Barbara Hand Clow
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Bestselling author Barbara Hand Clow shows how the Mayan Calendar is a bridge to galactic wisdom that fosters personal growth and human evolution • Unearths the meaning behind the calendar, its message for modern civilization, and what will happen when the calendar ends • Reveals how time acceleration is a manifestation of the acceleration of consciousness • By the author of The Pleiadian Agenda The Mayan Code is a deep exploration of how, as we approach the end of the Mayan Calendar, time and consciousness are accelerating, giving us a new understanding of the universe. Using Carl Johan Calleman’s research, as well as the ideas of other Mayan Calendar scholars, Barbara Hand Clow examines 16.4 billion years of evolution to decode the creative patterns of Earth--the World Mind. These great patterns culminate in 2011, and then during 2012 major astrological influences will inspire us to attain oneness and enlightenment. The Mayan Code shows how the time cycles of the Calendar match important periods in the evolutionary data banks of Earth and the Milky Way Galaxy. These stages of evolution are converging during the final stage of the Calendar, the period between 1999 and 2011. War and territoriality, resource management and separation from nature, are all part of daily events we must process during these few short years: evidence of the tightening spiral of time that we experience as time speeding up. Barbara Hand Clow counsels that our own personal healing is the most important factor as we prepare to make this critical leap in human evolution--now referred to as the awakening of the World Mind.