A Time to Stir: Columbia '68

A Time to Stir: Columbia '68

by Paul Cronin

NOOK Book(eBook)

$19.99 $34.99 Save 43% Current price is $19.99, Original price is $34.99. You Save 43%.
View All Available Formats & Editions

Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps.
WANT A NOOK?  Explore Now

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780231544337
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Publication date: 01/09/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 793,137
File size: 12 MB
Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

About the Author

Paul Cronin’s books include Werner Herzog: A Guide for the Perplexed (2014) and Lessons with Kiarostami (2015). His films include a study of Haskell Wexler’s Medium Cool and, to accompany this book, a multichapter documentary on the Columbia University protests of 1968. He teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York. His website is www.atimetostir.com.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Paul Berman
Chronology of Events
1. Children of the New Age, by Nancy Biberman
2. Inside Alienation, Outside Agitator, by J. Plunky Branch
3. Race and the Specter of Strategic Blindness, by Raymond M. Brown
4. Liberation News Service and the Columbia Student Revolt, by George Cavalletto
5. A Working Class Veteran’s Perspective, by Mark Donnelly
6. Constructions of Power, by Thomas Ehrenberg
7. You Gave Us Hope, by Carolyn Rusti Eisenberg
8. A People’s Prehistory of Columbia, 1968, by Bob Feldman
9. “Possibilistes” vs. “Maximalistes”: How It Went Down in Fayerweather, by Larry Garner
10. Attempting to “Hold the Center” at Columbia, 1968, by Michael Garrett
11. The Man Who Shook My Hand, by Stuart Gedal
12. In the Spirit of Reconciliation, by Bennett Gershman
13. How I Become a National News Source: Columbia’s Office of Public Information, by Ira Goldberg
14. The Jolt of Radicalization, by Ken Greenberg
15. Daddy’s Girl, by Lois-Elaine Griffith
16. The Columbia Stir-Fry, by Peter Haidu
17. The Great Morningside Rising, by Robert W. Hanning
18. From Columbia 1968 to Fort Leavenworth, by Susan Eva Heuman
19. The Essence of Spirit Is Freedom, by Neal H. Hurwitz
20. The Smartest Kids I’d Ever Met: Memories of a Columbia Rebel, by Tom Hurwitz
21. Who Be the Dominator?, by Michael Johnson
22. The Moral Obligation to Act, by Susan Kahn
23. Columbia in the Community, by Thomas M .H. Kappner
24. Mutiny in the Air, by Ted Kaptchuk
25. Liberated Fayerweather: Agony and Ecstasy While Awaiting the NYPD, by Frank Kehl
26. The Special Case of the Fayerweather Occupation, by William Keylor
27. A Time for Revolt, by Michael Klare
28. Getting Back to “Life as Normal,” by Jay Kriegel
29. The Power of Power Structure Research, by Michael Locker
30. Days of Whine and Ruses, by Phillip Lopate
31. A Time to Stir . . . Up Trouble, by Frederick K. Lowell
32. The Primary Shades of Opposition to the Columbia Occupation, by Vaud E. Massarsky
33. No More Antiwar! The Rise of the Therapeutic Left, by Michael Neumann
34. Already Dead: Inside Low Library Commune, by Hilton Obenzinger
35. A Night to Remember, by Fred Pack
36. Silence Is Compliance, by Dan Pellegrom
37. On the Air: A View from WKCR, by Jon Perelstein
38. Columbia and the Draft, by David F. Phillips
39. Impressions of a Rookie Cop, by John Poka
40. The Sound of Breaking Glass, by Henry Reichman
41. Hats and Bats, by Mike Reynolds
42. Stopping the Machine, by Eve Rosahn
43. Life on the Ledge, by Michael Rosenthal
44. How I Learned I Was a Menshevik, by Joshua Rubenstein
45. What It Takes to Build a Movement, by Mark Rudd
46. Self-Determination and Self-Respect: Hamilton Hall, Fifty Years Later, by William W. Sales, Jr.
47. Long Ago and Not at All Far Away, by Bill Sharfman
48. Columbia 1968: My Course Correction, by Marvin Sin
49. Uniters, by Gene Slater
50. A Sense of Rightness, by Susan Slyomovics
51. Avery Hall to Urban Deadline, by Tyler Smith
52. Forming Community, Forging Commitment: A Hamilton Hall Story, by Karla Spurlock-Evans
53. From College Walk to the Stonewall Inn, by Peter Stamberg
54. Five Red Flags, by Eleanor Stein
55. Never Again?, by Michael Steinlauf
56. Covering—and Covering Up—Spring ’68, by Michael Stern
57. Hundreds of Pairs of Wings, by Johnny Sundstrom
58. Political Education and the Birth of Students for a Restructured University, by John Thoms
59. It’s Better to Build Up: Post-’68 Governance at Columbia, by Harold S. Wechsler
60. A Foot Soldier’s Story of the Sit-Ins, by Meredith Sue Willis
61. From Community Service to Political Action: The Evolution of the Citizenship Council, by Joel D. Ziff
Afterword by Juan Gonzalez

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews