2017 Conference: 1968 Revolutions

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FUA / Stony Brook 2017 Annual Conference

Florence University of the Arts and SUNY Stony Brook are pleased to announce the 2017 conference details:
 
Conference Dates and Venue
December 1st and 2nd, 2017

Florence University of the Arts, Corso Tintori 21, 50122 Firenze
 
Conference Theme

1968: Where Have All the Flowers Gone? Reflections on the 1960s Revolutions


Conference Program
The 2017 theme examines the impact of the 1960s as a decisive transformation for the Western world. The conference call for papers is currently closed. The conference lineup of speakers is now available.
 
Featured Topics
The fields the conference addresses are History, Literature, Journalism, Geopolitics, Sociology, Politics, Religion, Cinema, and Food Culture. Suggested panel topics include but are not limited to:

  • The Legacy of 1968
  • Chinese Cultural Revolution and its influence in relations with the West
  • 1968 as one of the “formative events” in the history of our modern world-system
  • 1968 as a Social and Cultural Revolution
  • Contemporary Music
  • Art and Architecture
  • Literature and Philosophy
  • Human and Civil Rights
  • Religions and Spirituality
  • Feminist Movements
  • Food Culture
  • History of the Western Society  

RSVP and Contact Info

The conference is open to the general public. To RSVP please contact .

 

 

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