Posted tagged ‘identity’

Punk Podcast

2012/06/19

Dr Lucy Robinson, from the University of Sussex, has graciously contributed a podcast lecture for the Edmonton Free School’s History of Punk course. Entitled “Gay Punks in T-shirts: AKA ‘I’ve sucked rock,” the talk delves into issues involved in gay identity and punk identity, as well as what the meaning of this picture is:

Please feel free to watch the lecture, and ask questions and leave comments on this page or in the History of Punk Facebook group.

Here’s a link to the lecture that should be open to all. Contact me if you have any problems:

http://echo.uscs.susx.ac.uk:8080/ess/echo/presentation/525ec90f-cd53-4b4b-954a-72aa855715f8

Hopefully this will be the first in a series of punk podcasts, so stay tuned. A special thanks to Dr. Lucy Robinson, and happy learning!

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City of Love & Revolution: Vancouver in the Sixties

2010/12/13

Professor Lawrence Aronsen from the University of Alberta has written a book called City of Love & Revolution: Vancouver in the Sixties.

According to the good professor, it’s a book about “the Baby Boomers coming of age, trying to find their identity. The hippie thing is a nice way to counter the mass consumption of the ’50s and ’60s.”

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