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-*[[Theodore Roszak (artist)]] (1907–1981), Polish-American sculptor and painter+'''Theodore Roszak''' (November 15, 1933 – July 5, 2011) was [[Professor Emeritus|professor emeritus]] of history at [[California State University, East Bay]].<ref name=princetonalumni>{{cite web
-*[[Theodore Roszak (scholar)]] (1933–2011), historian and author of ''The Making of a Counterculture''+|url=http://www.princeton.edu/~paw/web_exclusives/books/books0506.html
 +|title=Princeton Alumni Weekly
 +|accessdate= 2008-05-11
 +|author=
 +|last=
 +|first=
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 +|publisher= [[Princeton University]]
 +}}</ref> He is best known for his 1969 text, ''[[The Making of a Counter Culture]].''
 + 
 +==Background==
 +Roszak received his B.A. from [[UCLA]] and Ph.D. in History from [[Princeton University]]. He taught at [[Stanford University]], the [[University of British Columbia]], and [[San Francisco State University]] before joining CalState Hayward.<ref name=stanfordlab>{{cite web | url=http://shl.stanford.edu/about/events/fuller_conversations_2003.html | title=Stanford Humanities Lab | accessdate=2008-05-11 | publisher= [[Stanford University]]}} {{Dead link|date=October 2010|bot=H3llBot}}</ref> During the 1960s, he lived in London, where he edited the newspaper ''[[Peace News]]''.<ref>Fountain, Nigel (1988). ''Underground: the London Alternative Press, 1966-74''.
 +Taylor & Francis. p. 12. ISBN 0-415-00728-3</ref>
 + 
 +Theodore Roszak died at age 77 at his home in Berkeley, California on July 5, 2011.<ref name=death>{{cite news | url=http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/tgladysz/detail?entry_id=92855 | title = Theodore Roszak (1933-2011) | accessdate = 2011-07-11 | publisher=[[San Francisco Chronicle]] | date=July 1, 2009}}</ref>
 + 
 +==Scholarship==
 +Roszak first came to public prominence in 1969, with the publication of his ''[[The Making of a Counter Culture]]''<ref name=stanfordmac>{{cite web
 +|url=http://library.stanford.edu/mac/counter.html
 +|title=Computing and Counterculture
 +|accessdate= 2008-05-11
 +|author=
 +|last=
 +|first=
 +|authorlink=
 +|coauthors=
 +|date=
 +|work=
 +|publisher= [[Stanford University]]
 +}}</ref> which chronicled and gave explanation to the European and North American [[counterculture of the 1960s]].
 + 
 +Other books include include ''Longevity Revolution: As Boomers Become Elders'', ''The Voice of the Earth'' (Touchstone Books), ''The Cult of Information'', ''The Gendered Atom: Reflections on the Sexual Psychology of Science'', ''The Voice of the Earth'', and ''Ecopsychology: Healing the Mind, Restoring the Earth.'' With his wife Betty, he was co-editor of the anthology ''Masculine/Feminine: Essays on Sexual Mythology and the Liberation of Women''.
 + 
 +His fiction includes a cult novel on the "secret history" of the cinema ''[[Flicker (novel)|Flicker]]'' (Simon and Schuster, Bantam Books and Chicago Review Press) and the award-winning ''Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein'' (Random House and Bantam Books). His most recent novel, published in 2003, is ''The Devil and Daniel Silverman''.
 + 
 +==Awards and honors==
 +*''New York Open Center'' in 1999 for his "Prescient and Influential Analysis of American Culture"
 +* [[Guggenheim Fellowship|Guggenheim Fellow]] and was twice nominated for the [[National Book Award]].<ref name=stanfordlab/>
 +* [[Tiptree Award]] for ''The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein''
 + 
 +==Scholarship==
 +===Non-fiction===
 +*''The Dissenting Academy'' (1968)
 +*''The Making of a Counter Culture'' (1969)
 +*''Masculine/Feminine: Readings in Sexual Mythology and the Liberation of Women'' (1969)
 +*''Where the Wasteland Ends'' (1972)
 +*''Sources'' (1972)
 +*''Unfinished Animal: The Aquarian Frontier and the Evolution of Consciousness'' (1975)
 +*''Person/Planet: The Creative Disintegration of Industrial Society'' (1979)
 +*''From Satori to Silicon Valley'' (1986)
 +*''The Cult of Information'' (1986)
 +*''Fool's Cycle/Full Cycle'' (1988) ISBN 0-931191-07-6.
 +*''The Voice of the Earth'' (1992)
 +*''The Gendered Atom'' (1999)
 +*Kanner, Roszak, & Gomes. ''Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind.'' [[Sierra Club Books]] (1995) ISBN 0-87156-406-8
 +*''World Beware! American Triumphalism in an Age of Terror'' (2006, ISBN 1-897071-02-7)
 +*''The Making of an Elder Culture: Reflections on the Future of America's Most Audacious Generation''. (2009) [[New Society Publishers]]. ISBN 978-0-86571-661-2
 + 
 +===Essays===
 +* "[http://usinfo.state.gov/journals/itsv/0699/ijse/roszak.htm Birth of an Old Generation]"
 +* "[http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2001/12/23/RV150757.DTL&type=printable When the Counterculture Counted]
 +*"[http://articles.latimes.com/2004/jan/28/opinion/oe-roszak28 Raging Against the Machine: In its '1984' Commercial, Apple Suggested that its Computers Would Smash Big Brother. But Technology Gave Him More Control.]" ''[[Los Angeles Times]]'', January 28, 2004.
 + 
 +===Fiction===
 +*''Pontifex'' (1974)
 +*''Bugs'' (1981)
 +*''Dreamwatcher'' (1985)
 +*''[[Flicker (novel)|Flicker]]'' (1991)
 +*''The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein'' (1995)
 +*''The Devil and Daniel Silverman'' (2003)
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Background

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Other books include include Longevity Revolution: As Boomers Become Elders, The Voice of the Earth (Touchstone Books), The Cult of Information, The Gendered Atom: Reflections on the Sexual Psychology of Science, The Voice of the Earth, and Ecopsychology: Healing the Mind, Restoring the Earth. With his wife Betty, he was co-editor of the anthology Masculine/Feminine: Essays on Sexual Mythology and the Liberation of Women.

His fiction includes a cult novel on the "secret history" of the cinema Flicker (Simon and Schuster, Bantam Books and Chicago Review Press) and the award-winning Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein (Random House and Bantam Books). His most recent novel, published in 2003, is The Devil and Daniel Silverman.

Awards and honors

Scholarship

Non-fiction

  • The Dissenting Academy (1968)
  • The Making of a Counter Culture (1969)
  • Masculine/Feminine: Readings in Sexual Mythology and the Liberation of Women (1969)
  • Where the Wasteland Ends (1972)
  • Sources (1972)
  • Unfinished Animal: The Aquarian Frontier and the Evolution of Consciousness (1975)
  • Person/Planet: The Creative Disintegration of Industrial Society (1979)
  • From Satori to Silicon Valley (1986)
  • The Cult of Information (1986)
  • Fool's Cycle/Full Cycle (1988) ISBN 0-931191-07-6.
  • The Voice of the Earth (1992)
  • The Gendered Atom (1999)
  • Kanner, Roszak, & Gomes. Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind. Sierra Club Books (1995) ISBN 0-87156-406-8
  • World Beware! American Triumphalism in an Age of Terror (2006, ISBN 1-897071-02-7)
  • The Making of an Elder Culture: Reflections on the Future of America's Most Audacious Generation. (2009) New Society Publishers. ISBN 978-0-86571-661-2

Essays

Fiction

  • Pontifex (1974)
  • Bugs (1981)
  • Dreamwatcher (1985)
  • Flicker (1991)
  • The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein (1995)
  • The Devil and Daniel Silverman (2003)




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