In 1968, the world was on fire. Youth protests, civil unrest, and government repression spread around the globe. Boston College historian Julian Bourg will discuss the many times and spaces of 1968 and how the legacies of the sixties continue to shape our politics and culture today.
This event is free and open to the public and will be held in Duquesne University's Africa Room, Student Union, Third Floor. Reception follows.