Queercore

queer punk media subculture
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Homosexuality, Subculture, Philosophy, Gender identity, Punk culture, Queer t
StatementCurran Nault
SeriesRoutledge Research in Gender, Sexuality, and Media
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHM646 .N38 2018
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 180 pages
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26939215M
ISBN 10113823060X
ISBN 139781138230606
LC Control Number2017020215
OCLC/WorldCa1001340437

Welcome to the site of Queercore by scholar Curran Nault. Click the links above for more information. Purchase copies of Queercore through Routledge (paperback. Book Description. Queercore is a queer and punk transmedia movement that was instigated in s Toronto via the pages of the underground fanzine ("zine") ed by G.B.

Jones and Bruce LaBruce, J.D.s. declared "civil war" on the punk and gay and lesbian mainstreams, consolidating a subculture of likeminded filmmakers, zinesters, musicans and performers situated in.

Queercore is a queer and punk transmedia movement that was instigated in s Toronto via the pages of the underground fanzine ("zine") ed by G.B. Jones and Bruce LaBruce, J.D.s.

declared "civil war" on the punk and gay and lesbian mainstreams, consolidating a subculture of likeminded filmmakers, zinesters, musicans and performers situated in pointed Cited by: 2.

Queercore is a queer and punk transmedia movement that was instigated in s Toronto via the pages of the underground fanzine ("zine") J.D.s. Authored by G.B. Jones and Bruce LaBruce, J.D.s. declared "civil war" on the punk and gay and lesbian mainstreams, consolidating a subculture of likeminded filmmakers, zinesters, musicans and performers situated in pointed.

Queercore is a queer and punk transmedia movement that was instigated in s Toronto via the pages of the underground fanzine ("zine") J.D.s. Authored by G.B.

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Jones and Bruce LaBruce, J.D.s. declared "civil war" on the punk and gay and lesbian mainstreams, consolidating a subculture of likeminded filmmakers, zinesters, musicans and performers situated in pointed 4/5(4).

Queer Punk Before Queercore This chapter reviews notable incarnations of queer punk that preceded, and to a certain extent produced, queercore. Serving as a lead-in to the topics to come, the chapter reaches into the corners and crevices of the past to coax these compelling moments of queer punk history to the : Curran Nault.

Just, like, full disclosure real quick: SFR contributor JC Gonzo wrote about the punk rock doc Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution inbut with a new book based on the film coming out in January—and the rare chance to write about punk rock in the pages of SFR—here we are.

Queercore: Queer Punk Media Subculture. Skip to content. Queercore; Book. Synopsis; Press; Purchase; Author. Biography.

QUEERCORE. likes. An exploration of the histories, Queercore book and pleasures of transmedia subculture "Queercore." Written by queer media scholar Curran ers:   Queercore book band Bikini Kill performing in Photograph: Alice Wheeler LaBruce and Jones seeded the movement through their magazine, JD.

Yet this is exactly what Curran Nault has not only attempted, but succeeded in doing with his book Queercore: Queer Punk Media Subculture, published by Routledge Press. Initially some might find the fact the book is an academic study of the subject somewhat off putting.

However, after becoming accustomed its formality you come to appreciate how. 'Queercore: Queer Punk Media Subculture' by Curran Nault makes it abundantly clear to any thinking, caring, person why exactly this subculture is so important.

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"Queercore is a queer and punk transmedia movement that was instigated in s Toronto via the pages of the underground fanzine ("zine") J.D.s.

Authored by G.B. Jones and Bruce LaBruce, J.D.s. declared "civil war" on the punk and gay and lesbian mainstreams, consolidating a subculture of likeminded filmmakers, zinesters, musicans and performers situated in pointed opposition to the.

Queercore is a subgenre of Punk Rock, mainly distinguished for its lyrical content expressing the viewpoints of the LGBTQ+ community, as well as promoting queer pride and unity.

The roots of the genre can be traced back to the mid '80s.

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Inthe original term for the scene, "homocore" (which was later changed to "queercore" to be more diverse and inclusive), was coined by the fanzine J.D.s. Queercore's Punk Media Subculture Curran Nault’s book sheds new light on being queer and punk By Beth Sullivan, PM, Tue. Oct. 3, Queercore gets a down-to-details firsthand account of the movement explored through the people that lived it--from punk's early queer elements, to the moments Toronto kids decided they needed to create a scene that didn't exist, to the infiltration of the mainstream by Pansy Division, and the emergence of riot grrrl as a sister movement--as Price: $ Queercore.

45 likes. Community Center. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. Queercore’s sensibilities still exist today.

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Started in the s as a fabricated movement intended to punk the punk scene, Queercore quickly became a real-life cultural community of LGBTQ music and movie-making revolutionaries. This entertaining and inspirational documentary tracks the start of the pseudo-movement to the widespread rise of pop artists who used queer identity to push back against gay assimilation and homophobic.

The difference is that where punk once promoted nihilism and destruction, most queercore records are driven by an overwhelming instinct for survival -- the music celebrates its outsider status, refusing to cave in to the so-called moral majority's myopic definitions of what is right and natural.

Queercore, the gay punk movement of the mids lends its name to a new collection of shoes. Reflecting the spirit of the subculture, the styles are fitted with multiple straps, studs and metal embellishments, including the Dionysus buckle.

Related Stories. Paradoxical Creatures. View this. Queercore has quickly transcended its DIY punk roots, now spilling into a plethora of genres and media. Films, magazines and countless other art forms fall under the queercore umbrella, but it all.

See all artists, albums, and tracks tagged with "queercore" on Bandcamp. "Queercore is a queer and punk transmedia movement that was instigated in s Toronto via the p. of the underground fanzine ("zine") J.D.s. Authored by G.B. Jones and Bruce LaBruce, J.D.s. declared "civil war" on the punk and gay and lesbian mainstreams, consolidating a subculture of likeminded filmmakers, zinesters, musicans and performers situated in pointed opposition to the homophobia of.

Product Description. Altered Innocence Presents QUEERCORE: HOW TO PUNK A REVOLUTION - "Capturing the influence of queercore where identifying as an anti-establishment 'arty weirdo' is just as important as sexuality." The Los Angeles Times Started in the s as a fabricated movement intended to punk the punk scene, Queercore quickly became a real-life cultural community /5(11).

Queercore: How To Punk A Revolution. K likes. What happens when the community you need is not the community you have. Tell yourself it exists over and over, make fan zines that fabricate hordes of. The award-winning writer and director Yony Leyser has explored and documented outsider queer culture with William S.

Burroughs: A Man Within and Desire Will Set You Free, and recently expanded his Queercore documentary into print with the book Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution: An Oral History.

The three will discuss Queercore’s journey. Writer-director Yony Leyser's documentary explores the rise of the queercore cultural and social movement in the mids, which channelled punk angst into a biting critique of societal homophobia.

It features interviews with key figures like film director. Queercore is a queer and punk transmedia movement that was instigated in s Toronto via the pages of the underground fanzine ("zine")ed by G.B.

Jones and Bruce LaBruce,J.D.s. declared "civil war" on the punk and gay and lesbian mainstreams, consolidating a subculture of likeminded filmmakers, zinesters, musicans and performers situated in pointed opposition to the.

This book brings renewed attention to queercore, exploring the homology between queer theory/practice and punk theory/practice at the heart of queercore mediamaking. Through analysis of key queercore texts, this book also elucidates the tropes central to queercore's subcultural distinction: unashamed sexual representation, confrontational End date:.

The QueerCore Podcast, hosted by August Bernadicou, elucidates radical, LGBTQ activists' dark histories. It is a spotlight on the catalysts who fought in the front-lines, in the back-lines and in the trenches of civil rights.

Through exclusive interviews with protagonists like Bruce LaBruce, G.B. Jones, John Waters, and many more, alongside a treasure trove of never-before-seen photographs and reprinted zines, Queercore by Walter Crasshole, Yony Leyser, and Liam Warfield traces the history of a scene originally “fabricated” in the bedrooms and coffee shops of Toronto and San Francisco by a [ ].Curran’s first book, Queercore: Queer Punk Media Subculture (Routledge, ) considers the histories, politics, and practices of queercore: a queer punk trans*media scene that surfaced in the s as a dual response to the decade’s rise in anti-QT(POC) violence and the mainstreaming of “respectable” gays and lesbians via emerging.