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Women & Performance A Journal of Feminist Theory Volume 22

Numbers 2–3

July–November 2012

Punk Anteriors: Genealogy, Theory, Performance CONTENTS

[7.12.2012–3:09pm]

Introduction: Threads and Omissions Fiona I.B. Ngoˆ and Elizabeth A. Stinson

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Articles Riot Grrrl, Race, and Revival Mimi Thi Nguyen

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The First 7-inch was Better: How I Became an Ex-punk Nia King

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Punk in the Shadow of War Fiona I.B. Ngoˆ

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Work that Hoe: Tilling the Soil of Punk Feminism Alice Bag

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‘‘Freakin’ Out’’: Remaking Masculinity through Punk Rock in Detroit Katherine E. Wadkins

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Writing Zines, Playing Music, and Being a Black Punk Feminist: An Interview with Osa Atoe Elizabeth Stinson

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Means of Detection: A Critical Archiving of Black Feminism and Punk Performance Elizabeth Stinson

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& Black Love? Black Love!: All Aboard the Presence of Punk in Seattle’s NighTraiN Jasmine Mahmoud

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Sodom’s Daughters: The Removed and Forgotten Black Female of Punk Culture Gigi McGraw

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Preserving Contradiction: The Riot Grrrl Collection at the Fales Library Lisa Darms

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Soundtracks L. Brawner and E. Stinson

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we are destroyers of the status quo Mariam Bastani

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REMOTELY FEMALE Iraya Robles

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I HATE HISTORY Ceci Moss

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Making Waves: Other Punk Feminisms Mimi Thi Nguyen

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Punk Anteriors: Theory, Genealogy, Performance  

issue 22.2-3 of Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory and was co-edited by Beth Stinson and Fiona I.B. Ngô.

Punk Anteriors: Theory, Genealogy, Performance  

issue 22.2-3 of Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory and was co-edited by Beth Stinson and Fiona I.B. Ngô.