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From the days of Albert Einstein 's nonconformist youth forward, we've come to understand that the brilliant minds wrestling with quantum mechanics are pretty far out there compared with the rest of us. Frankly, many physicists seem to delight in
His wife, Betty Roszak, told the Los Angeles Times the cause of his death was cancer. The longtime professor's bestseller The Making of a Counter Culture was published in 1969 and gave a label to the assortment of youth movements upending life on
Calif. (AP) — Theodore Roszak, the author, scholar and critic who brought the term "counterculture" into the mainstream as he documented the social upheavals of the 1960s, has died. He was 77. Roszak died in Berkeley on July 5.
It was a vibrant, ever-evolving zeitgeist of thinking beyond every box in sight, of endlessly exploring the essence of humankind and its relationship with the Earth. He espoused that view through his many books, lectures and teachings as a history
The counterculture was never a dim relic of the 1960s for Theodore Roszak. It was a vibrant, ever-evolving zeitgeist of thinking beyond every box in sight, of endlessly exploring the essence of humankind and its relationship with the Earth. He
Rating Share This Story The civil society movement in Kenya is enjoying a moment of rare power. It is flush with confidence following the endorsement of the new Constitution. And probably because members of civil society were very actively involved
The world today for gay 20-year-olds is almost unrecognizable turf for those who came out in the 1970s. If one had any expectation of offering them advice, or being a father or mother figure, or even feeling that your experiences are relevant, forget
New Jersey punk rockers Titus Andronicus, or indie heavyweights Okkervil River. Stay cool in a short, printed sundress, $48 at Francesca's, and in the shade all day with a large, floppy hat, $34 at Francesca's. Since the two mainstage acts are
The ever-inventive Cornershop engage in child's play but in a good way Released as part of Cornershop's ongoing The Singhles Club in which the band email out brand new tracks to fans as MP3s, the brilliantly titled What Did The Hippie Have in His Bag?
Andrew Dunsmore / Rex Features The Castlemorton Common festival, which ran for seven days in May 1992, was by no means the sole cause of the government's full-blown assault on the free party scene, but it was certainly the excuse. The giant party set