Twentieth-Century Culture: Modernism to Deconstruction

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Index
AIDS: 179, 327, 365
Abbey Theatre ( Dublin): 55
Abstract expressionism: 65-69, 71
Action Française: 299-301
Adam, Robert: 11
Adenauer, Konrad: 262
Adler, Alfred: 160-162
Adomo, Theodor: vi, 202-208, 236, 243, 364, 368; Prisms, 203
Aestheticism: 11
Affirmative action: 271-273, 377
Africa: 7, 17-18
Afternoon of a Faun: 61-62
Air Force Academy: 283
Althusser, Louis: 243-244
American Bar Association: 258
American Civil War: 33, 60, 130, 217, 237, 280
American corporations: 396-397
American Forces Network: 389
American Historical Association: 384
American Jewish Committee: 267
American legal profession: 112- 114, 394
American Revolution: 2, 197, 282
American Space Program: 339-340
American universities: decline of, 369-375; resurgence of conservatism in, 369-370; reduction of federal support for, 371-372; as means of preserving traditions and national culture, 396-397
Amherst College: 111
Analytic philosophy: 90-93
Anarcho-syndicalism, 187-88, 191, 242
Anderson, Laurie: 386-387
Anderson, Perry: 236
Annales: 220-221, 231, 364
Annapolis, 283
Anomie: 172
Anthal, Frederick: 220
Anthropology, see: Boas, Benedict, Mead, Harris, Lévi-Strauss, Childe, Malinowski, Frazer
Antibiotics: 326
Anti-historicism: 35-36
Anti-Semitism: 108, 109, 283-287; and Modernism, 127-129, 140; and the Holocaust, 287-290; and the German people, 314-315; and Israel, 331-332; and Vatican II, 333-335
Apocalypse Now ( Coppola): 283
Apuleius: The Golden Ass, 387
Aqaba, Gulf of: 331
Aquinas, Thomas: 118-119; 214
Archetypes, theory of: 157-158
Architectural Digest: 389
Architecture, 73-78, 385
Arendt, Hannah: 85, 204; Eichmann in Jerusalem, 228
Argentina: 225, 241, 309, 320
Aristotelianism: 118
Armory Show: 71
Armstrong, Louis: 60

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents xi
  • List of Illustrations xiii
  • 1 - The Nineteenth-Century Foundations of Twentieth-Century Culture 1
  • 2 - Modernism 35
  • 3 - Psychoanalysis 135
  • 4 - Marxism and the Left 183
  • 5 - Traditions on the Right 261
  • 6 - Structuralism, Deconstruction, and Post-Modernism 337
  • Conclusion 391
  • Cultural Analysis through Film 405
  • Select Bibliography 419
  • Index 429
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