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1. Punk, but Not as we Know it: Rethinking Punk from a Post-Socialist Perspective 2. The Evolution of Punk in Russia 3. St Petersburg: Big City - Small Scenes 4. Krasnodar: Perpendicular Culture in the Biggest Village on Earth 5. Vorkuta: A Live Scene in a 'Rotting City' 6. Conclusion

About the Author

Ivan Gololobov is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Sociology at the University of Warwick, UK Hilary Pilkington is Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester, UK Yngvar B Steinholt is an Associate Professor in the Institute of Literature and Culture at Tromso University, Norway

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"We can confidently say that the ethnographies here support the general anthropological positions that culture is locally (in place and time) constructed, embodied, contested, and unstable, with no timeless 'essence' but only specific shifting formations. Bringing these insights to Russia and to music is a worthwhile task that scholars and students alike should find enlightening." Jack David Eller Anthropology Review Database

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