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[Commlist] Punk & Post-Punk 8.1 published

Tue Mar 19 16:41:53 GMT 2019

Intellect is delighted to announce that /Punk &  Post-Punk/ 8.1 is now available! For the full article and review list, click here >>

*Aims & Scope*

/Punk & Post-Punk/ is a peer-reviewed journal for academics, artists, journalists and the wider cultural industries. Placing punk and its progeny at the heart of interdisciplinary investigation, it is the first forum of its kind to explore this rich and influential topic in both historical and critical theoretical terms.

*Issue 8.1*

Russ Bestley and Mike Dines


Devoured by music: Katie Jane Garside, improvisation and popular music
Charlie Bramley

Everyone was doing everything: The post-punk polymath on the Lower East Side
Lewis Church

‘Are we punks? – Yes, we drink!’: The politics of drinking in a youth subculture
Ivan Gololobov and Al’bina Garifzyanova

Social networks, festivals and the sense of belonging: Framing Rebellion festivals in Blackpool
Michael Tsangaris

‘Punks are not girls’: Exploring discrimination and empowerment through the experiences of punk and alt-rock musicians in Leeds
Jennah Rouse

See no colour, hear no colour, speak no colour: Problematizing colourblindness in Los Angeles punk historiography
Richard Cruz Davila

Tex-Mex punk: Rasquache sublimation in the films of Jim Mendiola
Ed Cameron


Weird religious backgrounds: Larry Norman, Jesus Rock and an interview with Gregory Alan Thornbury
Rupert Loydell

The Great Offender: An interview with Caroline Coon
Maria Elena Buszek

_Book Reviews_

  * Factories Run By Robots, Mike Dines (ed.) (2018)
  * The Sanctity of Rhyme: The Metaphysics of Crying 4 Kafka in Prose
    and Verse, Erika Blair (2018)
  * The Poetry of Punk: The Meaning Behind Punk Rock and Hardcore
    Lyrics, Gerfried Ambrosch (2018)
  * Ripped, Torn and Cut: Pop, Politics and Punk Fanzines from 1976, The
    Subcultures Network (ed.) (2018)

_Film Review_

We Are The League (How Deep Do You Want It?), Dir. George Hencken (2018), Los Angeles: Cleopatra Entertainment

_Conference Review
Writing the Noise: The Second International Conference of the Subcultures Network, University of Reading, Reading, UK, 6–7 September 2018

_Exhibition Review_

Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986 Exhibition and Shepard Fairey: Salad Days, 1989–1999 Exhibition, Andrew Blauvelt, Steffi Duarte and Andrew Krivine, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 16 June–7 October 2018

For more information about the journal including calls for papers and how to subscribe, click here >>

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