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Arts in society: the arts of activism

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Kamarck, Edward, Editor
Arts in society: the arts of activism
Volume 6, Issue 3
Madison, Wisconsin: Research studies and development in the arts; University Extension, the University of Wisconsin, 1969

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[Acknowledgements]

Table of contents

Editorial comment: on winning friends and influencing people, Kamarck, Edward L.

Editorial comment: introduction to the arts of activism, Gibson, Morgan

Part I: Paris, May, 1968: [in Paris], Plymell, Charles pp. 331-333

Part I: Paris, May, 1968: rose for a revolution, De Mandiargues, André Pieyre pp. 333-334

Part I: Paris, May, 1968: one way, Pelieu, Claude pp. 335-338

Part II: Chicago, August, 1968: ["the Richard J. Daley loan exhibition"], Rosenberg, Harold pp. 339-[344]

Part II: Chicago, August, 1968: Dick Daley, Hazard, James pp. 345-348

Part II: Chicago, August, 1968: the day time began, McCarthy, Eugene pp. 349-350

Part III: poems of war and revolution: [our green garden], Hanh, Thich Nhat pp. 351-[355]

Part III: poems of war and revolution: express your will, Ignatow, David p. 356

Part III: poems of war and revolution: Donovan on film, Malanga, Gerald p. 357

Part III: poems of war and revolution: and Andy knows, Malanga, Gerald p. 358

Part III: poems of war and revolution: "so you want a room all to yourself", Malanga, Gerald pp. 359-[360]

Part III: poems of war and revolution: the swift sword of dawn, Blazek, Douglas p. 361

Part III: poems of war and revolution: a guided tour of the night, Blazek, Douglas p. 361

Part III: poems of war and revolution: responsibility, Blazek, Douglas p. 362

Part III: poems of war and revolution: green tanks and other hidden vehicles of destruction, Kuo, Alexander p. 363

Part III: poems of war and revolution: autumn (in Vietnam), Horovitz, Michael p. 364

Part III: poems of war and revolution: Uncle Sam, Witt, Harold p. [365]

Part III: poems of war and revolution: war headlines, Gross, Ronald pp. 366-[371]

Part III: poems of war and revolution: dactilares del che, Costley, Bill pp. 372-[374]

Part IV: poets of the draft resistance: [the prison diary of Jim Forest], Forest, Jim pp. [375]-377

Part IV: poets of the draft resistance: poem for Bob Graf, Forest, Jim p. 378

Part IV: poets of the draft resistance: poem, Orvino, Jennie pp. 378-[379]

Part IV: poets of the draft resistance: the Catonsville statement, pp. 380-382

Part IV: poets of the draft resistance: trail's end, Darst, David p. 382

Part IV: poets of the draft resistance: the funeral oration of Thomas Merton, as pronounced by the compassionate Buddha, Berrigan, Daniel pp. 383-384

Part V: writers and the black revolution: [getting on with the get on: old conflicts and new artists], Cunningham, James pp. [385]-391

Part V: writers and the black revolution: black suasions, Bertha, Gus pp. 392-[394]

Part V: writers and the black revolution: the big black bear, Diggs, Alfred p. 395

Part V: writers and the black revolution: the fool, Lynch, Gregory p. 395

Part V: writers and the black revolution: the poverty program, Lynch, Gregory pp. 395-[401]

Part V: writers and the black revolution: the visionary, Randall, James A. p. 402

Part V: writers and the black revolution: ode to the dead, Zankli, Prince Boevi Aggrey pp. 403-[404]

Part VI: guerilla theatre: [on the San Francisco mime troupe], pp. [405]-[411]

Part VI: guerilla theatre: puppet play: newsman--the fourth estate, pp. [412]-414

Part VI: guerilla theatre: comedy and revolution, Holden, Joan pp. [415]-[420]

Part VII: poems of vision and action: [near the Gary sheet and tin mill], Bly, Robert pp. [421]-422

Part VII: poems of vision and action: revolution by dissatisfaction, Bly, Robert pp. 423-[424]

Part VII: poems of vision and action: with heart-chalk, Söderberg, Lasse p. 425

Part VII: poems of vision and action: zero, Sonnevi, Göran p. 425

Part VII: poems of vision and action: on his thirty third [sic] birthday, Fan, Sheng Kung p. 426

Part VII: poems of vision and action: fall 1968, Goodman, Paul p. 427

Part VII: poems of vision and action: invitation to Brasilia, Knott, Bill p. 428

Part VII: poems of vision and action: invitation to aurealism, Knott, Bill p. 429

Part VII: poems of vision and action: lookin' good, Mangelsdorff, Rich p. 430

Part VII: poems of vision and action: these words, Sorcic, James p. 430

Part VII: poems of vision and action: autobiography, Silliman, Ronald p. 431

Part VII: poems of vision and action: war poem, Nameroff, Rochelle pp. 431-[432]

Part VII: poems of vision and action: dictes moy ou n'en quel pays, Feirstein, Frederick p. 433

Part VII: poems of vision and action: now in Ketchikan, Vega, Lorenzo p. 433

Part VII: poems of vision and action: a poem to tell the time by, Willard, Nancy pp. [434]-436

Notes and discussion: looking for the third world: theatre report from England, Rosenberg, James pp. [437]-444

Notes and discussion: vanguards of the underdeveloped world, Sobral, Geraldo pp. 445-447

Notes and discussion: intermedia workshop, Warshaw, Laurence pp. 448-454

Notes and discussion: [brief notes], p. 454

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Index to Arts in society: volume 6, number 1, 2, 3, pp. 142-145


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