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Counter-Cultures in Germany and Central Europe The Essays In This Volume Are Based On Papers Given At An International Symposium Held At The University Of Nottingham In September 2001 They Investigate Aspects Of German And Central European Culture From The Late Eighteenth Century To The Contemporary Era, Dealing With Aesthetic Forms Such As Narrative, Theatre, Poetry And Photography In The Context Of Counter Cultural Institutional And Theoretical Initiatives These Include The Late Eighteenth And Early Nineteenth Century Roots Of 1960s And 1970s Counter Culture And Terrorism As Well As Anti Modern, Anti Urban And Green Movements Since The Turn Of The Twentieth Century The Volume Also Deals With New Conceptions Of Art And The Relationship Between Aesthetics And Politics On The Left And Right Which Emerged In The Wake Of Modernism Other Focal Points Are Alternative Political Movements Since The 1960s, Notably The Red Army Faction And Its Literary Affiliations.