Protest!: A History of Social and Political Protest Graphics

Editor/Author McQuiston, Liz
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-69-119731-9
Category: Social Sciences - Contemporary Issues & Controversies
Image Count: 424
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Spanning continents and centuries, Protest! presents a major new chronological look at protest graphics.

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • 1. Early Developments: The Reformation and Social Comment (1500–1900)
  • Introduction
  • Martin Luther and the Reformation
  • Jacques Callot: ‘The Miseries of War’
  • The French Revolution
  • The Golden Age of British Satire
  • Francisco Goya: ‘The Disasters of War’
  • French Satire and Comic Papers
  • Thomas Nast Targets ‘Boss’ Tweed
  • 2. Constructing a New Society (1900–1930)
  • Introduction
  • Posada and Pre-revolutionary Mexico
  • Votes for Women: The WSPU
  • Futurism Breaks with the Past
  • Dadaism and its Graphics
  • Photomontage and Social Critique
  • The Constructivist Style
  • 3. Fascism, The Cold War and The Bomb (1930–1960)
  • Introduction
  • Ben Shahn and Social Realism
  • In the Shadow of Fascism
  • The Spanish Civil War
  • ‘Ban the Bomb’ and CND
  • The Dawn of Defiance: Civil Rights, Anti-Apartheid
  • 4. Redirection and Change (1960–1980)
  • Introduction
  • Cuban Revolutionary Poster Art
  • Counter-Cultures
  • Protests Against the Vietnam War
  • The Civil Rights Movement
  • Black Power and the Black Panthers
  • Women's Liberation: The Second Wave
  • Gay Liberation and Pride
  • May ’68 Riots: Atelier Populaire
  • 1970s Youth Rebellion: Punk
  • The Environmental Movement
  • International Solidarity
  • 5. The AIDS Crisis and Other Global Tensions (1980–2000)
  • Introduction
  • The International Peace Movement
  • Political Satire: A Rogues’ Gallery
  • Internal Struggles, Divided Countries
  • The Anti-Apartheid Movement
  • Feminism: The Third Wave
  • The AIDS Crisis
  • Lesbian and Gay Activism
  • Pro-Democracy Movements
  • Anti-War Protests
  • International Solidarity: Global Struggles
  • Anti-Globalization
  • Anti-Corporate Campaigns
  • Animal Rights
  • Environmental Concerns
  • Human Rights, Anti-Racism
  • 6. Revolutions and the Demand for Rights (2000–Present)
  • Introduction
  • The War on Terror
  • 2011–14: Years of Revolution
  • Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution
  • Russia: Pussy Riot, The Blue Noses
  • LGBT Issues
  • Black Lives Matter
  • Women’s Rights
  • Eco-Disasters, Eco-Crimes
  • Political Satire: In Your Face
  • Human Rights, Social Struggles
  • Bibliography
  • Picture credits
  • Acknowledgements