The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture

No recent decade has been so powerfully transformative in the United States and much of the world as the 1960s. The era's social movements - from civil rights, to feminism, student and youth protest, environmentalism, and nascent conservativism - dramatically changed the political culture of the developed west. Meanwhile, the decade's decolonization struggles altered the nature and balance of global power. In Communist Europe, incipient democracy movements set the stage for the revolutions that ended the Cold War. Collectively, these movements gave the 1960s their signal identity, and dominate understandings of their historical legacy.

Whether in the United States, or across the globe, no recent decade has had such an enduring grip on politics, culture, and consciousness as the 1960s.

The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture, features cross-disciplinary, accessible and cutting-edge scholarship from academics and public intellectuals. In addition to research essays and book reviews, The Sixties includes conversations, interviews, graphics, and analyses of the ways the 1960s continue to be constructed in contemporary popular culture.

2 issues per year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
17541328
ISSN (online): 
17541336

Latest articles

Volume 10 (2)

African American soldiers and the Vietnam War: no more Vietnams
vol. 10 (2): 196-220
Feed your head
vol. 10 (2): 242-246
Acid matters: LSD and the counterculture
vol. 10 (2): 247-249
Expanding the anti-Vietnam War movement
vol. 10 (2): 250-252
The draft and the Vietnam generation
vol. 10 (2): 253-254
Rebellion and Reconstruction in Newark
vol. 10 (2): 255-258
Whole earth field guide
vol. 10 (2): 266-268
Radicalism in the wilderness: international contemporaneity and 1960s art in Japan
vol. 10 (2): 268-271
Lavender and red: liberation and solidarity in the gay and lesbian left
vol. 10 (2): 271-273
Working class dykes: class conflict in the lesbian/feminist movements in the 1970s
vol. 10 (2): 281-289

Volume 10 (1)

Introduction: cinema in West Germany around 1968
vol. 10 (1): 1-9
Introduction: cinema in West Germany around 1968
vol. 10 (1): 1-9
Xscreen 1968: material film aesthetics and radical cinema politics
vol. 10 (1): 10-25
Xscreen 1968: material film aesthetics and radical cinema politics
vol. 10 (1): 10-25
1968 and the early cinema of the dffb
vol. 10 (1): 26-44
1968 and the early cinema of the dffb
vol. 10 (1): 26-44
Beyond the left: violence and the politics of affect in Roland Klick’s Bübchen (Little Boy, 1968)
vol. 10 (1): 45-62
Beyond the left: violence and the politics of affect in Roland Klick’s Bübchen (Little Boy, 1968)
vol. 10 (1): 45-62
Moral capitalism in the age of great dreams: the Grateful Dead’s struggle to craft right livelihoods
vol. 10 (1): 63-93
Moral capitalism in the age of great dreams: the Grateful Dead’s struggle to craft right livelihoods
vol. 10 (1): 63-93