Slamdance in the No Time Zone: Punk as Repertoire for Liminality
David Ensminger

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David Ensminger is a Humanities, Folklore, and English Instructor at Lee College in Baytown, TX. As a writer covering music, art, and contemporary issues, he has authored Visual Vitriol: The Street Art and Subcultures of the Punk and Hardcore Generations, Left of the Dial: Conversation with Punk Icons, and coauthored Mojo Hand: The Life and Music of Lightnin' Hopkins.  He has alsocontributed to Popmatters, Maximum Rock’n’Roll, Houston Press, Art in Print, M/C Journal, The Journal of Popular Music Studies, Artcore, Postmodern Culture, Trust, and others. He is also a longtime drummer and digital archivist of punk and vernacular culture.

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