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Friday, April 27 • 5:45pm - 7:15pm
Louding Out

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  1. Olivia Jean Hernández "Chicanx Punk Pedagogy"
  2. Isis Semaj-Hall "From Chanting Down to Louding Out: Gendered Versioning in ‘Equal Rights’"
  3. Laina Dawes "Why Are White Boys the Only Ones Allowed to be Angry? Anger, Gender, and Race in Heavy Music"
Moderator: Maura Johnston


Speakers
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Laina Dawes

Laina Dawes is the author of What Are You Doing Here? A Black Woman’s Life and Liberation in Heavy Metal (Bazillion Points Books, 2012). A music and cultural critic, her writings and photography can be found in various print, online publications and radio programs in Canada, Europe... Read More →
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Olivia Jean Hernández

Olivia Jean Hernández was raised in the Yakima Valley and now calls Seattle home. She is a PhD candidate in English Literature and Language at the University of Washington and is writing a dissertation on the uses of Chicanx narrative in the college writing classroom. As a predoctoral... Read More →
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Maura Johnston

Maura Johnston is a writer and editor who contributes to Rolling Stone, The Guardian, and The Boston Globe. She teaches music journalism and online journalism at Boston College. She lives in Boston.
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Isis Semaj-Hall

Isis Semaj-Hall is a decolonial feminist, cultural analyst, and bad gyal Ph.D. Her curiosity is piqued at the intersection of art and politics. Shaped by her Jamaican childhood and New York adolescence, she has been known to write on sound studies and remix theory, Rihanna, Protoje... Read More →


Friday April 27, 2018 5:45pm - 7:15pm
Demo Lab MoPOP, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109

Attendees (11)