Radical puppetry is puppet based art for a political cause or social movement. This LibGuide focuses on the radicals puppeteer troupes that sprung from movements of the 1960s in the United States and founded their artistic practice in principles of social justice and counter-hegemonic resistance. The puppets are often larger than life and made through paper mache with cheap found materials. This LibGuide provides physical and digital resources coming from both academic and community repositories. Beyond the materials listed in this guide, below you will find other journals to continue your research.
"Arts and Activism Guide" Washington Peace Center. 2014. https://washingtonpeacecenter.org/node/5382
Klein, M. (2009). Raising hands: Ritualizing leadership for democratic decision-making and action (Doctoral dissertation). University of St. Thomas.
Winslow, Lulu. "Puppets and Protest: Street Theater, Art, and Vigil in the 21st Century" Whole Earth. Fall 2002, Issue 109, p53. 4p. Retrieved from