In the 1960s, the world often appeared to be spinning out of control. Amidst rapid global transformation, international relations changed forever. Old sources of power receded, and new forces swiftly rose. In this panel, three EIU graduate students explore variations on this theme of revolutionary change. Participating will be Kimberly Jones, who will present No Place Like Home: Robert F. Williams — World Exile; Michael Ludwinski, presenting The Kennedy-MacMillan Affair: The Making of a Special Relationship; and Adam Mohebbi, who will present Inaction, Not Indifference: Rhodesia and Postcolonialism in the 1960s.
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