An Anti-Social History
From the origins of queer-feminist punk in the 1980s to its contemporary influences on the Occupy movement or Pussy Riot activism, this history of queer-feminist punk takes a broad and multifaceted look at its politics through the lens of anti-social theories.
Maria Katharina Wiedlack studied German, English and Gender Studies at the University of Vienna, where she works at the Gender Research Office. She teaches Gender, Queer and Disability Studies and is involved in various queer-feminist and dis/ability projects and activist collectives.
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