Tag Archives: Youth Culture

Writing the Noise: The Second International Conference of the Subcultures Network, 6-7 September 2018

by Prof. Lucy Robinson and Prof. Matthew Worley Last week saw the University of Reading’s History department host the Second International Conference of the Interdisciplinary Network for the Study of Subcultures, Popular Music and Social Change. Titled ‘Writing the Noise’, … Continue reading

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The Sex Pistols at Reading, 30 May 1976

by Prof Matthew Worley As Sex Pistols gigs go, it was not one of the more notorious. By the late spring of 1976, the band’s reputation was just beginning to grow. Having made their debut in November 1975 at St … Continue reading

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Prof. Matthew Worely in ‘Kurt’s Lighter by Paul Kelly ft. Scott King’

Prof. Matthew Worley features in a new film with Scott King. With regards to the film, Prof. Worely comments: The film came about because I have long worked with the artist Scott King. Back in 1997, we began working under … Continue reading

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Professor Matthew Worley on Youth Culture

From an idea of Dr Jacqui Turner, we are proud to present our new special feature “Our Videos” Dr Turner has created and produced a series of mini-documentaries featuring our members of staff discussing their research expertise and teaching.   … Continue reading

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