Punk & Post-Punk 8.2 is now available
Intellect is thrilled to announce that Punk & Post-Punk 8.2 is now available!
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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.
Notes in the margins
Kirsty Lohman and Anita Raghunath
‘You want me to surrender my identity?’Laura Jane Grace, transition and selling out
Kristen Carella and Kathryn Wymer
Not for you? Ethical implications of archiving zines
Hang on the Box and women’s identity in China
‘I don’t go to the gigs to go to the gigs – I don’t give a shit about the gigs!’: Exploring gig attendance and older punk women
‘I’m the shy boy’: Remembering Pete Shelley of Buzzcocks
Keith Flint, 1969–2019
Exist to Resist, by Matthew Smith (2017)
Vox 80–83, Garry O’Neill (ed.) (2019)
Michael Mary Murphy
Peepshow, Samantha Bennett (2018)
Burning Down the Haus: Punk Rock, Revolution and the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Tim Mohr (2018)
Stories from the She Punks: Music with a Different Agenda, (2016), Gina Birch and Helen Reddington (dirs.), UK: Birch & Reddington
Fifth Punk Scholars Network Conference and Postgraduate Symposium, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, 13–14 December 2018
XXXXX: 50 Years of Subversion and the Spirit, Humber Street Gallery, Hull, 12 October 2018–6 January 2019