Acknowledgements The idea for this volume came out of a research group on ‘1968’ in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Leeds. The editors would like to thank Frank Finlay and Margaret Atack for their support and encouragement. We would like to thank all those who took part in the ‘Memories of 1968’ conference at Leeds in April 2008, on which this volume is based, and particularly our co-organiser Alan O’Leary, and the conference admin- istrators Mercedes de Birch and Ed Kirby. The conference was generously supported by the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France, the Brazilian Embassy and the French Embassy in London, the Goethe Institute in Manchester, the Italian Cultural Institute, the Leeds Humanities Research Institute and the Universities’ China Committee in London. Our gratitude is extended to all the contributors to the present volume for their professionalism and dedication in bringing the book to its conclu- sion. We are very grateful to the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds and to the French Embassy in London, which both supported the publication of this volume. Shortly before this volume went to press, we received the sad news that Daniel Bensaїd had passed away. We respectfully dedicate this book to his memory. Ingo Cornils and Sarah Waters Leeds February 2010
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