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Friday, April 27 • 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Counterculture Feminisms

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  1. Lucretia Tye Jasmine "Groupie Feminism: The GTOs, Girls Together Outrageously"
  2. Kate Grover "Recovering Histories of Feminist Rock: The (Almost) Forgotten Story of the Chicago Women’s Liberation Rock Band"
  3. Georgia Christgau "Hear Me Roar"
  4. Richard Cobeen "'I'd Hammer Out Warning': How Women Changed Music Education in Elementary Schools"
Moderator: Katherine St Asaph

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Katherine St. Asaph

Katherine St. Asaph is a writer and pop critic whose work has recently appeared in Pitchfork, Spin, Rolling Stone and NPR. She lives in New York and has the weirdest YouTube Recommended Videos sidebar of anybody she knows."I Don't See the Expression on My Face: The Uncanny Caricatures... Read More →
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Georgia Christgau

Georgia Christgau is an occasional presenter at MoPOP, a retired high school English teacher, and a journalist. Her piece, “Kitty Wells, Queen of Denial” was recently published in the 2nd volume of essays about gender and country music, Country Boys and Redneck Women, edited by... Read More →

Richard Cobeen

Richard Cobeen is a third grade teacher at Malcolm X Elementary School in Berkeley, CA. He has included a music history curriculum in his third and fourth grade classrooms during his twelve years of teaching."'I’d Hammer Out Warning': How Women Changed Music Education in Elementary... Read More →
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Kate Grover

Kate Grover is a doctoral student in American Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. Her research interests include twentieth-century American popular and musical culture with a special focus on women in rock culture and feminist rock music. In addition to her graduate studies... Read More →
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Lucretia Tye Jasmine

Lucretia Tye Jasmine, an artist-writer from Kentucky who lives in Los Angeles, earned a BFA from NYU (1988) and an MFA from CalArts (2006). Exhibitions include Alien She (2015); the Museum of Broken Relationships (2017); a Performance PowerPoint about riot grrrl at the Museum of Popular... Read More →

Friday April 27, 2018 3:30pm - 5:30pm PDT
Learning Labs MoPOP, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109