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Anthropologist Shane Greene: How Far Would You Take Your Rebellion?

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For the past 20 years, anthropologist Shane Greene has been researching political ecology, urban subcultures, social movements, social theory, indigenous and afro-descendent rights, music and society, and race; mostly in the geographical context of Latin America. Late last year he published Punk and Revolution: Seven More Interpretations of Peruvian Reality, via Duke Press. The book… Read More

Talking Roy Orbison With Todd Burge

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West Virginia-based troubadour Todd Burge discovered Roy Orbison the way most of Generation X did: via David Lynch’s bizarre arthouse comedy-horror movie Blue Velvet. “I was a big Dennis Hopper fan, from the Easy Rider days – and I’m not alone in saying that when I saw (Blue Velvet) it blew my mind,” said Burge. “The… Read More