Riot Grrrl: Revolutions from within

  title={Riot Grrrl: Revolutions from within},
  author={Jessica Rosenberg and Gitana Garofalo},
  journal={Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society},
  pages={809 - 841}
Les AA. portent leur attention sur un mouvement musical qui s'est developpe a Washington a partir de 1991 : le « Riot Grrrl » qui s'efforce de promouvoir le punk rock feminin aux Etats-Unis. Elles passent en revue les objectifs politiques de ce mouvement et notamment ses revendications concernant les relations entre les sexes. Elles montrent de quelle maniere les musiciennes au sein de ce mouvement envisagent leur appartenance ethnique et communautaire. Elles soulignent que ces dernieres sont… 
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  • Itinerarios. Revista de estudios lingüísticos, literarios, históricos y antropológicos
  • 2021
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