New Print Issue Out: Punk and its Afterlives

The Fall 2013 issue of Social Text is now out, a special issue on “Punk and Its Afterlives” guest edited by Jayna Brown, Patrick Deer and Tavia Nyong’o. It features articles on Tesco Vee, Tricky, The Clash, Lady Gaga, The Germs, Pussy Riot and Rites of Spring by authors including Drew Daniel, Jack Halberstam, José Muñoz, Jayna Brown, Deborah Vargas, Matthew Carrillo-Vincent, Barbara Browning, and the co-editors. You can read the full TOC and download individual articles (subscription required) here.

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