History Initiates - Vol.IV No. 1, April 2016

History Initiates - Vol.IV No. 1, April 2016

Vol. 4, No. 1, April 2016

Matt Bailey and Hsu-Ming Teo 
Editorial, p. 1.
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Alison Brooks (MHIS365 From the Beats to Big Brother)
To what extent did class politics distinguish the punk rock movements of Britain and the United States in the 1970s? pp. 2-19.
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Nathan Fallon (MHIS321 Twentieth Century Europe)
How does the aesthetic of Fascist architecture reflect the nature of fascist political ideology in Italy during the years of Benito Mussolini's regime from 1922-1943? pp.20-36.
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Jeremy Mayes (MHIS365 From the Beats to Big Brother)
Back to the Future: In 1980s America family values were perceived to be in moral decline. How was this decline represented in American popular culture and what was the suggested remedy? pp. 37-45.
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Lisa O'Brien (MHIS321 Twentieth Century Europe)
Working together for our children's future: Ada Gobetti's promotion of the personal and the political in Italian female resistance groups, 1943-1945, pp. 46-58.
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Lianne Tan (MHIS365 From the Beats to Big Brother)
Being the Beats: How did the Beat Generation shape ideas of gender in 1950s America? pp. 59-70.
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