Punk for a Day

Pretty in punk : girls' gender resistance in a boys' subculture.

Pretty in punk : girls’ gender resistance in a boys’ subculture.
by Leblanc, Lauraine.
Call # 305.235 L445p 1999

October 25th: Punk for a Day

Punk for a Day Day is today. Are you a punk or would you like to be one?

Then read on!

Like many common words in the English language, the word “punk” has taken on a whole new meaning in the last several decades. It used to refer to a disrespectful, destructive, rebellious teenager. In the 70s it gained new meaning with the punk rock music genre. Today, it refers to someone who just wants to be different — a non-comformist — especially one who identifies with the punk music scene and dresses the part.

So if you’re a punk or just interested in the culture, fashion, or the music be sure to check out some of our great library resources on Punk Rock music and culture!

About Heidi Ziemer

Instructional and Outreach Services Librarian at Albright College Library
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