At a time when revolutions are breaking out across the world, Utopy explores the slogans, symbols of 20th century struggles that changed men’s destinies, from Martin Luther King, Ghandi, decolonization, the Vietnam War and 1968 to the feminist movement, the Arab Spring, Anonymous, Occupy and so on. Lionel Bayol-Thémines’ work explores images, language and memory, providing an anthropological account of 20th-century utopias and success.
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