About the Exhibition
from the Underground: Radical Protest and the Underground Press,” was
exhibited at Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut, Niselius
Library, during the University’s Fall 1999 academic semester.
Vol. 5, no. 8, 1970
shall celebrate with such fierce dancing the Death of your Institutions"
assembled by Ellen Embardo, at the request of Cecelia Bucki, history
professor at Fairfield, as part of that campus’s “The Sixties Project,
Fall 1999 . . . a semester-long examination of the 1960s comprising
academic courses, events, lectures, and performances . . . [exploring]
the many ways in which the 1960s changed American society. .
and technical assistance were graciously provided by Heidi N. Abbey,
Digital Collections Librarian, at the University of Connecticut Libraries.
” All items
in the exhibition are held in the extensive collection of 1960s publications
in the Alternative Press Collection, Archives
and Special Collections at the Thomas
J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries. For
information about the collections, please contact the curator of the
Alternative Press Collection, Melissa Watterworth Batt , at: Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut
Libraries, U-1205 Storrs, CT, 06269-1205, (860) 486-4508.