“The secret history of the last two decades.”—Jon Savage
In Boston in the 1970s he wrote articles and movie reviews for a range of publications and did regular political commentary for WBCN radio. With...
Bombing its way into the headlines of the early 1970s, the Weather Underground was one of the most dramatic symbols of the anger felt by young...
An intensely personal and moving self-portrait of a woman living at the very margins of Indian society, informed by a sense of profound social change.
Two superbly written accounts of the events of May 1968.
A history of the postmodern, and the role of Fredric Jameson in shaping it.
The classic study of white-collar lifestyle and culture in prewar Germany.
Rangan appraises the grassroots social resistance within its cultural context to scrutinize the myths surrounding indigenous “tree huggers.”
“These forcefully argued treatises will be as enlightening as they are disturbing.”—ALA Booklist