Notes from Underground: Essays on American Youth
Subcultures by Students and Scholars, edited by
Looking for essays in a variety of styles (memoir,
ethnography, interview, analytic essay, etc.) on
contemporary American youth subcultures by undergrad
students, grad students, scholars and non-academics.
The more obscure and specific the subculture the
This is for a reader to be published by a major
textbook press in 2005 and aimed at college-level
composition courses around themes related to
subcultures like belonging, ritual, consumerism and
"selling out," etc.
If you have an essay you think might fit the bill,
please email me an abstract of no more than 400 words
as soon as possible (deadlline: fall 2003) describing
the scope and style of your piece.
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