My current book project, Revolutionary Nonviolence: Freedom and Disobedience in Twentieth-Century America, examines the practices of freedom and experiments with nonviolence pursued by mid-century activists in the civil rights, anti-war, and women's liberation movements, and their lessons for contemporary debates concerning civil disobedience and democratic citizenship. Below are a selection of related working papers and recent talks. Some papers can be made available upon request.  

Student takeover of Willard Straight Hall, Cornell University (1969)

Student takeover of Willard Straight Hall, Cornell University (1969)

 



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