History at Berkeley: A Dialog in Three Parts


Three members of the Berkeley history department trace the changes from the 1950s through the 1970s. Over these two decades, the department underwent profound changes as the old guard of conventional, provincial historians gave way before a wave of "Young Turks" who opened the curriculum to new courses and the doors to new people. This book is a must for historians and history buffs.

Gene A. Brucker
Henry F. May
David A. Hollinger
Publication date: 
January 1, 1998
Publication type: 
UC History & Higher Education