United States Constitution

Nevertheless, the Rehnquist Court was noted in the contemporary "culture wars" for overturning state laws relating to privacy prohibiting late-term abortions in "Stenberg v. mehr

Culture war

Beginning in the 1990s, culture wars have influenced the debate over public school history and science curricula in the United States, along with many other issues. mehr

Culture war

The expression "culture war" entered the vocabulary of United States politics with the publication of "Culture Wars: The Struggle to Define America" by James Davison Hunter in 1991. Hunter perceived a dramatic realignment and polarization that had transformed United States politics and culture, including the issues of abortion, federal and state gun laws, global warming, immigration, separation of church and state, privacy, recreational drug use, homosexuality, and censorship. mehr

Family Research Council

In "Funding the Culture Wars", the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy lists the Family Research Council as one of the leading organizations funding the activities of the conservative movement. mehr

Andres Serrano

(See the American "culture wars" of the 1990s). mehr

Hugh Greene

Greene then became a BBC governor, a position he held until 1971. He has remained a divisive figure in what have been called the British "culture wars" (after the American term for the liberal-conservative divide in US society); he has frequently been attacked by conservatives. mehr

Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick

During her time at Duke, Sedgwick and her colleagues were in the academic avant-garde of the culture wars, using literary criticism to question dominant discourses of sexuality, race, gender, and the boundaries of literary criticism. mehr

The Dickson Experimental Sound Film

Ion Martea, in his May 19, 2006, essay on the film for the "Culture Wars" website, claims erroneously that the music Dickson plays is "an excerpt from Pietro Mascagni's "Cavalleria rusticana"."</ref> In front of Dickson, two men dance to the music. mehr

Todd Gitlin

In "The Whole World Is Watching: Mass Media in the Making and Unmaking of the New Left", "The Sixties", The "Twilight of Common Dreams: Why America Is Wracked with Culture Wars", "Letters to a Young Activist", and "The Intellectuals and the Flag", Gitlin became a prominent critic of the tactics and rhetoric of the Left as well as the Right. mehr

Sciences Po

The Centre for History (EA 113) research has evolved over time to focus on five major topics: arts, knowledge and culture; wars, conflicts and violence; states, institutions and societies; the political and cultural history of contemporary France; from local to global: international history and its levels. mehr

Thomas Frank

His writing topics include the rhetoric and impact of the culture wars in American political life and the relationship between politics and culture in the United States. mehr

David Gress

"From Plato to Nato" was, amongst other things, an intervention in the campus culture wars, explaining that the narrative model of 'The West', in the general style of Will Durant, had become threadbare. mehr

Good Old Boys (Randy Newman album)

A lengthy analysis of Good Old Boys, including a detailed description of the Dick Cavett Show broadcast that inspired Rednecks, is included in Steven Hart's essay "He May Be a Fool But He's Our Fool: Lester Maddox, Randy Newman, and the American Culture Wars," included in the collection "Let the Devil Speak: Articles, Essays, and Incitements". mehr

Dana Beal

He came back to the USA in April 1969 to Milwaukee where he wrote "Right on, Culture Freaks", in which he stated that someday the Culture Wars would transcend politics in its importance to change. mehr

Hal Gibson Pateshall Colebatch

"The Light River" was awarded the West Australian Premier's literary prize for poetry in 2008. He is at present writing the official biography of Bert Kelly, MHR.His book "Blair's Britain: British Culture Wars and New Labour" was chosen as a Book of the Year by the London Spectator. mehr

Cartman Gets an Anal Probe

Part of a reaction to the culture wars of the 1980s and 1990s in the United States, "South Park" is deliberately offensive. mehr

R. V. Young

His articles on English literature and education have appeared in multiple journals and periodicals, including the "John Donne Journal", "Ben Jonson Journal", "First Things", "The Weekly Standard", "National Review", and "Culture Wars". mehr

Controversies about Opus Dei

According to Allen, Opus Dei became the lightning rod for the attacks of liberals in the culture wars when John Paul II, perceived as a conservative by the liberals, granted several favorable things to Opus Dei such as beatification, canonization of the founder, and personal prelature status. mehr

Honi Soit

With the onset of the Great Depression, the rise of the Labour movement, and the growth of the civil rights revolution "Honi"s left wing and often radical voice helped the publication grow from its roots as a small university publication, with the paper and its alumni eventually playing a pivotal role in the culture wars of both Australia and Britain. mehr

Common Dreams NewsCenter

Inspiration for the website name "Common Dreams.org" came from the book title "The Twilight of Common Dreams: Why America is Wracked by Culture Wars", written by Todd Gitlin and published in 1995. mehr

History of the Supreme Court of the United States

(Some commentators see these decisions as part of the "culture wars.") Another controversial decision of the Rehnquist court in 2003 was "Grutter v. mehr

Eric Yoffie

In “What it Means to be a Liberal Person of Faith” and in other widely read articles, he has suggested that progressive religion has a vital role to play during a time of “culture wars,” fear of terrorism, and economic uncertainty. mehr

Anti-Hinduism

There are also allegations of anti-Hinduism voiced by members of the Hindu diaspora in the West against their host societies, notably in the United States, where these form part of the so-called "culture wars", with cases such as the California textbook controversy over Hindu history. mehr

Daphne Patai

In 2008 Patai published "What Price Utopia? Essays on Ideological Policing, Feminism, and Academic Affairs" (Rowman and Littlefield) -- which brings together her writing on the culture wars of the past two decades and also includes a few new pieces. mehr

Cultural liberalism

The culture wars in politics are generally disagreements between cultural liberals and cultural conservatives. mehr

Rednecks (song)

A lengthy description of the Cavett broadcast is offered by author Steven Hart in his 2014 essay "He May Be a Fool But He's Our Fool: Lester Maddox, Randy Newman, and the American Culture Wars," which appears in the collection "Let the Devil Speak: Articles, Essays, and Incitements". mehr

James L. Gelvin

“The Culture Wars of Early Twentieth-Century Damascus,” University of Pennsylvania, January 2011. mehr

Carl Bowman

from the University of Virginia in 1989. His dissertation, "Beyond Plainness: Cultural Transformation in the Church of the Brethren from 1850 to the Present," was completed under the direction of James Davison Hunter, author of Culture Wars: The Struggle to Define America (1991). mehr

Robin Kelley

Kelley has published several books focusing upon African-American history and culture as well as race relations, including "Race Rebels: Culture, Politics, and the Black Working Class", and "Yo' Mama's DisFunktional!: Fighting the Culture Wars in Urban America". mehr

McKenzie Wark

The first of these works examined the so-called 'culture wars' of the 1990s as symptomatic of struggles over the redefinition of Australian national identity and culture in an age of global media. mehr

Richard Shweder

He has also published extensively on matters relevant to the "culture wars" debates in cultural studies in the United States, and has advocated forms of cultural pluralism while being mindful of the practical and ethical difficulties certain kinds of pluralism entail. mehr

Robert Stam

In 2006, he co-taught (with Ella Shohat) a seminar on "The Culture Wars in Translation" at Cornell’s Society for Criticism and Theory. mehr

West Virginia University Press

From its vital importance as a borderland between empires in the 18th century and between warring sections in the Civil War era to its vital role in America's industrialization and even its "culture wars," the story of West Virginia and Appalachia is an essential part of the story of America. mehr

Mickey Smith (artist)

In these contemporary images, books have become vacant props, drafted into private battles and culture wars out of a desperate nostalgia for the fading power of the written word. mehr

The Abstinence Teacher

According to Perrotta, it is "all about sex education and the culture wars." He was inspired to write the novel after reading of the influence of evangelical voters on the 2004 presidential election, stating, "I did feel somewhat inadequate as a novelist, just like I'd missed something huge happening in this country. mehr

Ella Shohat

"Taboo Memories, Diasporic Voices" (Duke University Press, 2006), "Israeli Cinema: East/West and the Politics of Representation" (University of Texas Press, 1989; New Updated Edition with a new postscript chapter, I.B. Tauris, 2010); "Talking Visions: Multicultural Feminism in a Transnational Age" (MIT & The New Museum of Contemporary Art, 1998); "Dangerous Liaisons: Gender, Nation and Postcolonial Perspectives" (co-edited, University of Minnesota Press, 1997); and with Robert Stam, "Unthinking Eurocentrism" (Routledge, 1994); "Multiculturalism, Postcoloniality and Transnational Media" (Rutgers University Press, 2003); "Flagging Patriotism: Crises of Narcissism and Anti-Americanism" (Routledge, 2007); and "Race in Translation: Culture Wars around the Postcolonial Atlantic" (NYU Press, 2012). mehr

Traditionalist conservatism

This third generation, which could be referred to as the "Counter-Revolutionaries" fought to renew education and culture as the Culture Wars heated up and political correctness and multiculturalism emerged as new threats to conservative principles. mehr

Epic and Novel

The culture wars have led to some lively debate on Bakhtin, with the ‘radical’ and ‘conservative’ wings both attempting to claim them as their own. mehr

American Independent News Network

Spencer Ackerman, who has written for "The New Republic" and "Talking Points Memo" writes for "The Washington Independent." Ed Brayton, a freelance writer who blogs at "Dispatches from the Culture Wars", is the state editor for "The Michigan Messenger". mehr

Gay pride

Originating from the Culture Wars in the United States, "Straight Pride" is a form of conservative backlash as there is no straight or heterosexual civil rights movement. mehr

Barbara Degenevieve

This led DeGenevieve into controversy, particularly during the National Endowment for the Arts funding scandals of the early 1990s (widely known as "the culture wars"). mehr

Mame Faye

This was one of the major American culture wars of the 20th century. mehr

Arena (Australian publishing co-operative)

These found their most directly engaged expression in the Magazine; they included an extended consideration of the relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia, and the challenges faced by traditional Indigenous communities within a modern framework; the importation and development of the 'culture wars' and the rise of right-wing populism as a response to the 'ungrounding' of social life under globalisation; the contradictions arising from the spread of post-human and post-natural technologies, from birth technologies to medication to GM foods; the rise of 'military humanitarianism' in the NATO Balkans interventions in the 1990s and its continuation and expansion in Iraq; and in the 'mandatory detention' regime imposed on refugees in the 2000s. mehr

Protests against Proposition 8 supporters

Proposition 8 was the most expensive proposition in United States history and sharply divided social conservatives and social liberals, as part of the ongoing American culture wars. mehr

Robert Jabanungga

Robert like many of his generation experienced the culture wars between the indigenous and white communities. mehr

Christianity in the 19th century

In Europe, the Roman Catholic Church strongly opposed liberalism and "Kulturkampf" culture wars launched in Germany, Italy, Belgium and France. mehr

Jonathan Taplin

Taplin is the author of "Outlaw Blues: Adventures in the Counter-Culture Wars," an enhanced eBook from Annenberg Press. mehr

Jonathan Taplin

In December 2010, Annenberg Press published Taplin's breakthrough enhanced eBook, "Outlaw Blues: Adventures in the Counter-Culture Wars." The Wall Street Journal noted, "What makes "Outlaw Blues" stand out from the similar cultural memoirs is that Taplin packaged it specifically for the iPad, which he embraced on day one. mehr

Political positions of Pat Buchanan

He also said that the controversy given this idea of culture wars was itself evidence of polarization. mehr

Patheos

Past topics have included the Future of World Religions; America and Civil Religion; Faith Communities and the Alleviation of Poverty; Political Engagement and Culture Wars; Politics in the Pulpit; Abortion; and Religion and the Environment. mehr
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