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Rethinking the Cultural Cold War

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The Lavender Scare and Empire: Rethinking Cold War Antigay Politics

University of Sydney Library. University of the Sunshine Coast Library. UNSW Library. R Book; Government publication English Show 0 more libraries It explores recent cultural and social histories of Cold War 'home fronts', shifting the focus away from international relations to the internal politics and protest movements on both sides of the Iron Curtain.

Primary sources include public speeches, secret conversations, opinion surveys, novels and films, as well as contemporary analyses by Cold War writers. The module is also designed to introduce students to a broad cross-section of society, from leadership and artistic elites, to button-pushers within the opposing military-industrial complexes, to rank-and-file workers and dissident intellectuals.