The 1950s in American Memory

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Thursday, March 17, 2016 - 4:00pm - 5:30pm
The 1950s in American Memory

How do we remember the 1950s? As the climax of the American Century, when returning GIs and their wives settled into suburbia to have lots of children and enjoy the fruits of living in the only major industrial power left standing after World War II? Or as an age of conformity and anxiety, when anyone who challenged the status quo was suspect and Americans were poised to retreat to fall-out shelters? Or both? Join us to explore how we remember those mid-century years and learn why those memories matter now.

Webinar Leader: Volker Janssen

Associate Professor of History, California State University, Fullerton

Save the Date: Thursday, March 17, 2016

4–5:30PM Pacific

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