Intellect PUNK collection
Intellect is excited to be partnering with the Punk Scholars Network for their 2020 conference
The PSN 2020 conference is occurring 12-19 December 2020 and more information about the conference can be found here.
To obtain 30% off our punk studies books, please use the code PUNK30 at the checkout. Books will be eligible for a 30% discount between 1-30 December 2020.
Edited by Matt Grimes and Mike Dines
Punk Now!! explores contemporary and non-Anglophone punk as well as its most anti-establishment tendencies through a collection of papers from the second Punk Scholars Network International Conference and Postgraduate Symposium. This edited collection informs us about punk today and punk at the margins, areas that are poorly served in punk studies.
Discounted price: £56.00
By Andrea Harriman and Marloes Bontje
Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace focuses on the music, the individual and the creativity of a worldwide community, a subject not often covered by academic books. Whether you were part of the scene or are just fascinated by different modes of expression, this book will transport you to another time and place.
Discounted price: £18.55
By James Newton
This book examines the complex relationships that exist between anarchist theory and film. No longer hidden in obscure corners of cinematic culture, anarchy is a theme that has traversed arthouse, underground and popular film.
Discounted price: £49.00
Edited by Mike Dines, Alastair Gordon, Paula Guerra and Russ Bestley
The first offering in Intellect’s new Global Punk series, The Punk Reader: Research Transmissions from the Local and the Global is the first edited volume to explore and critically interrogate punk culture in relation to contemporary, radicalized globalization.
Discounted price: £17.50
We also welcome proposals for new manuscripts, please contact email@example.com for more information.
Intellect is also thrilled to introduce its PUNK journal. 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. For Call for Papers and to learn more about the journal, click here.