Chicana Punks and Intellectual Dumpster Diving

02/01/19 Chicana Punks and Intellectual Dumpster Diving
Topic:  Punk representation, Chicana, Latina
Segment: D Report
Participants: Marlen Rios Hernandez
Broadcast Air Date: 02/01/19
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
Station: KUCR 88.3 FM Riverside, CA
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Discussion Topics:
-How do you approach researching punk culture?
-What is the genealogy of Latina, Chicana, queer identified participants in the punk scene of Los Angeles from late 1970s to 2008?
-How is intellectual dumpster diving better suited to study Punk culture than other research methodologies that rely on institutional archives?
-What does punk look like in Peru?
-Can your graduate studies research topic change throughout your program?
-How do we highlight voices that may be previously erased from history?
-Does musicology include punk music as its source of study?
-What are the differences between undergraduate studies and graduate programs in terms  of opportunities to question the academic tools of use?
-Can the Punk community be studied academically?
-Can you build an academic career by studying the very community you come from?
-What happens when you study yourself?
-Can you study Punk if you do not come from the Punk community?
-How does Punk research fit within Ethnic Studies?
-What is the tethered relationship between Punks, delinquency and the Police?
-Elks Lodge riot, March 17 1979
-What is the history LAPD Police brutality and Punks?
-The Troubadour Riots in Los Angeles.
-Is the Punk Movement similar to the Pachuco movement of he 1940’s?
-What happened to Emo kids in Queretaro Mexico in 2008?
-What is the history of Mexican-American, Chicana and recent immigrant Punks?
-Southgate Punk scene in the mid-2000s.
-Did Chicana youth turn toward Punk for the same reasons as previous generations -turned to Pachuca culture?
-“if you’re not angry, you’re not listening”
-How is punk different from previous youth movements as acts of subversiveness?
-How does memory work recover the presence of people of color from the history of Punk?
-How did punk become white via the change from the “pogo” to “moshing?”

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