The Empire Within: Montreal, the Sixties, and the Forging of a Radical Imagination

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The Empire Within: Montreal, the Sixties, and the Forging of a Radical Imagination
Abstract
The author explores the wide variety of ways in which radical intellectuals and activists in Montreal used and adapted Third World decolonization theory to build a broad movement of solidarity and anti-colonial resistance from 1963-1972. Although predominately focussed on French Quebec radicals, the author devotes one chapter to "Montreal's Black Renaissance" among the city's English-speaking Black community activists.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
Queen's University
Place
Kingston, ON
Date
2007
Language
en
URL
Citation
Mills, Sean William. “The Empire Within: Montreal, the Sixties, and the Forging of a Radical Imagination.” PhD dissertation, Queen’s University, 2007. http://qspace.library.queensu.ca/bitstream/1974/900/1/Mills_Sean_W_200710_PhD.pdf.
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