Love and Then Some: 1960s Protest and Liberation, Civil & Human Rights
Scholars from a range of disciplinary perspectives will focus on the moment of the 1960s in the U.S.—considering protest and liberation, civil and human rights.
Participating Northwestern Scholars:
• Michael J. Allen, Associate Professor of History
• Michael J. Kramer, Visiting Assistant Professor, History and American Studies
• Amy Partridge, Assoc. Dir./Dir. of Undergraduate Studies, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program
• Martha Biondi, Professor of African American Studies and History
Image: Marc Riboud, Confrontation between a flower and the bayonets of soldiers guarding the Pentagon during the March for Peace in Vietnam, Washington DC, 1967, Medium Gelatin silver print, Courtesy of Yale University Art Gallery (requested)