Complete List of Publications

Books (Academic)

Surplus People: The Dissemination of the Anarcho (London: Autonomedia, forthcoming). With Matthew Worley (eds.)

Punk Pedagogies in Practice (London: Palgrave, forthcoming). With Gareth Smith and Tom Parkinson (eds.)

Proceedings of the Punk Scholars Network Second International Postgraduate Conference (forthcoming). With Russ Bestley and Matt Grimes (eds.)

Punk Reader: Research Transmissions from the Local to the Global (Porto: University of Porto and PSN Press, 2016). With Alastair Gordon and Paula Guerra (eds.).

Proceedings of the Punk Scholars Network First International Postgraduate Conference (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2016). With Laura Way (eds.)

The Aesthetic of our Anger: Anarcho-Punk from 1980-1984 (London: Autonomedia, 2016). With Matthew Worley (eds.)

Books (Itchy Monkey Press)

Tales From the Stones: Lonnies, Boobies and Bards of Albion (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, forthcoming). With Wally Dean, Ana Mateus and Joe Public.

 And All Around Us Was Darkness…. (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, forthcoming). With Greg Bull (eds.)

Punk Rock and Crass: A Critical Appraisal (London: Active Distribution, 2016). Written by Alastair Gordon. Hardback.

Punk Rock and Crass: A Critical Appraisal (London: Active Distribution, 2016). Written by Alastair Gordon. Paperback.

Punk Rock and Crass: A Critical Appraisal (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, 2016). Written by Alastair Gordon. Limited Edition 50 signed copies.

‘Some of Us Scream Some of Us Shout’: Myths, Folklore and Epic Tales of the Anarcho. (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, 2016). With Greg Bull (eds.)

Tales From the Punkside (London: Active Distribution 2014). With Greg Bull (eds.)

Tales From the Punkside (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, 2014). With Greg Bull (eds.)

The Darkening Light (London: Active Distribution 2013). Written by Ted Curtis.

The Darkening Light (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, 2013). Written by Ted Curtis.

Chapters

“Punk With Guns: RDF, P.A.I.N and the Archduke Scene of the 1990s,” in Surplus People: The Dissemination of the Anarcho (London: Autonomedia, forthcoming).

“Thoughts From the Other Side: An Interview with a Beanfield Bobby,” in Tales From the Stones: Lonnies, Boobies and Bards of Albion (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, forthcoming).

“Running Wild in the Disco: An Interview With Gerard Evans,” in And All Around Us Was Darkness…. (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, forthcoming).

“‘Us Fish Must Swim Together’: Philosophical Reflections Through Punk Fiction,” in And All Around Us Was Darkness…. (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, forthcoming).

“Let Your Self-Determination Over-Ride Indoctrination: Dick Lucas, Culture Shock and the Anarcho of the Everyday,” in The Aesthetic of our Anger: Anarcho-Punk from 1980-1984 (London: Autonomedia, 2016).

“Vocaloids and Japanese Virtual Vocal Performance: The Cultural Heritage and Technological Futures of Vocal Puppetry,” in The Oxford Handbook of Music and Virtuality, edited by Shara Rambarren and Sheila Whiteley (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016). With Louise Jackson.

“Academia as Subversion: The Birth of the Punk Scholars Network,” in Proceedings of the First Punk Scholars Network First International Postgraduate Conference (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2016).

“Detect, Denounce, Destroy: An Interview with SLUG,” in ‘Some of Us Scream, Some of Us Shout’:Myths, Folklore and Epic Tales of the Anarcho (Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, 2015).

Journal Articles/Reports

“GVA HXC: Appropriation, Adaptation and Evolution: A Contextual Observation of Geneva’s Hardcore Scene.” Punk & Post-Punk (Forthcoming).

“Reflections on the Peripheral: Punk, Pedagogy and the Domestication of the Radical.” Punk & Post-Punk Vol. 4, No. 3/4 (2016).

“Learning Through Resistance: Contextualisation, Creation and Incorporation of a ‘Punk Pedagogy.’” Journal of Pedagogic Development Vol 5, No. 1 (2015).

“Understanding Small Music Venues: An Interim Findings Report for the Music Venue Trust and Arts Council England.” (Report for the Music Venue Trust, Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, 2015). With Tom Parkinson, Kimberley Campanello and Mark Hunter.

“The Sacralization of Straightedge Punk: Nada Brahma and the Divine Embodiment of Krishnacore.” Musicological Annual 3, 2014. Department of Musicology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. pp. 147–156.

Reviews

“Care Factory.” Review of The Care Factory by David Mathew. Pedagogy, Culture and Society (forthcoming).

“Beyond No Future.” Review of Beyond No Future: Cultures of German Punk, edited by Mirko M. Hall, Seth Howes and Cyrus M. Shahan. Punk & Post-Punk (forthcoming).

“KISMIF Conference 2015 and Summer School: Crossing Borders of Underground Music Scenes and Getting Underground Together!” Punk & Post-Punk Vol. 4, No. 3/4 (2016)

“Fragile Learning.” Review of Fragile Learning: The Influence of Anxiety, by David Mathew. British Journal of Educational Studies, 2015.

“Punk Goes Science.” Review of Punk Goes Science: The Academic Punk Bibliography, by Vasileios Yfantis. Punk & Post-Punk, 2015.

“Fight Back.” Review of Fight Back: Punk, Politics and Resistance, edited by the Interdisciplinary Network for the Study of Subcultures, Popular Music and Social Change. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics. 2015.

Selected Conference Papers

Keynote: Reading, Writing and Rebellion: Pedagogy, Academia and the Formation of the Punk Scholars Network, “Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! (KISMIF) Summer School Getting’ Underground Together, July 2015.

Surrender Unto Me: Punk Rock, Bhakti-rasa and the Devotional Aesthetic of Krishnacore, “Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! (KISMIF) Crossing Borders of Underground Music Scenes” will take place in Porto, Portugal between 15th July and 17th July 2015. 

‘Keeping it Real’: Creating and Curating the Virtual Rock ‘n’ Roll Lifestyle, Creativities, Musicalities, Entrepreneurships, September, 2014.
Crass and Communal Living: Blending the Subversive into the Everyday in Epping Forest – at Imagining Communities Musically: Putting Popular Music in its Place. IASPM, Salford, September 2012.

‘I’ve got 54321, I’ve Got a Pair of High Heels On’: Feminine Identity, Creativity and the Self in the Anarcho-Punk Scene of the 1980s, Consoleing Passions, DeMontfort University, 2013.

Conferences (Organising Committee)

“Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! (KISMIF) DIY Cultures, Spaces and Places.” University of Porto, July 2016.

“Mappin’ Your Own Underground!” University of Porto, July 2016.
“‘Punk Now!!’ Second Annual Punk Scholars Network Conference.” Punk Scholars Network in association with Birmingham City University, October 2015.

“Sacred Songs: Religion, Spirituality and the Divine in Popular Music Culture.” Institute of Contemporary Music and the University of Central Lancashire, July 2015.

“Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! (KISMIF) Crossing Borders of Underground Music Scenes.” University of Porto, July 2015.

“Gettin’ Underground Together!” University of Porto, July 2015.

“First Punk Scholars Network First International Postgraduate Conference.” Punk Scholars Network in association with the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance and the University of Leicester, October 2014.

“No Sir, I Won’t: Reconsidering the Legacy of Crass and Anarcho-Punk. Punk Scholars Network in association with Oxford Brookes University, June 2013.

“Consoleing Passions: International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media and Feminism.” DeMontfort University, June 2013.

Seminars/Guest Lectures/Talks

“From New York Punk to Hare Krishna Monk: Bhakti-Rasa and the Divine Aesthetic of Krishnacore.” Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, Lunchtime Lecture Series, March 2016.

“In conversation with Penny Rimbaud” at Cultural Exchanges: A Festival of Ideas, Insight and Inspiration. DeMontfort University, February 2014. (With Alastair Gordon).

“Girls Were Made For Housework and Boys Were Made to Fight, and the Naughty Pictures on Page 3 Make Everything Alright: Approaches Towards Teaching Punk – Complexities, Ambiguities and Profanities,” given at “Teaching and Learning Seminar Series,” Trinity-Laban, 2013.

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