The Double Binds of Neoliberalism : Theory and Culture After 1968
Iain MacKenzie, Guillaume Collett, Krista Bonello Rutter Giappone

In the wake of new far-right populisms, the fragmentation of progressive global narratives and the dismantling of economic globalization, there are signs that neoliberalism is beginning to enter its death throes. Using 1968 as one of the inaugural moments of neoliberalism, this interdisciplinary collection is a critical and comparative resource that reexamines the significance and legacy of the global 1968 uprisings from today's vantage point. For scholars and students alike, this interdisciplinary collection will help readers understand why the global uprisings of 1968 continue to resonate and what it means for theory and culture today.

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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