The Long Summer of Love: Historians get hip to the lasting influences of ’60s counterculture
School of Liberal Arts
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Chronicle of Higher Education
Saint Mary’s History Professor Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo is among several historians interviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education for the article “The Long Summer of Love: Historians get hip to the lasting influences of ’60s counterculture.” The CHE story explores the growing body of scholarship on the counterculture movement of the 1960s, and is centered around a July acadenmic conference in San Francisco about the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Summer of Love. Lemke-Santangelo, author of the book Daughters of Aquarius was one of the conference presenters.
(Faculty, School of Liberal Arts) The Long Summer of Love: Historians get hip to the lasting influences of ’60s counterculture (2017). Chronicle of Higher Education. [interview].