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The British Blues Network: Adoption, Emulation, and Creativity by Andrew Kellett (2017)

The British Blues Network: Adoption, Emulation, and Creativity by Andrew Kellett (2017)

After WWII, with the British Empire finally devoid of its former power and importance, young British blues enthusiasts invented their own vision of a new country, they – metaphorically – chose as their preferred home country an idealized (American) life, namely in creating the very personal America with lots of possibilities and adventure. As all […]

Youth Culture, Popular Music and the End of ‘Consensus’ by The Subcultures Network (2015)

Youth Culture, Popular Music and the End of ‘Consensus’ by The Subcultures Network (2015)

The seven concise chapters of the book at hand actually represent a special issue of Contemporary British History (26.3) from 2012. They were conceived as the results of a symposium devoted to examining youth-associated cultural responses to the political, economic and socio-cultural changes that transformed Britain in the aftermath of WWII. The post-war consensus (1945-1979), […]