Gina Arnold is a professor, an author, and music journalist. Her work has been excerpted in many anthologies, including Shake It Up: Great American Writing On Rock And Pop from Elvis to Jay-Z (Library of America, 2017), The Rock History Reader (Routledge), Rock She Wrote (Rolling Stone Press) and numerous other collections. Her most recent book, “Half A Million Strong: Crowds and Power from Woodstock to Coachella,” was published in 2018 on University of Iowa Press as part of its New American Canon series. She is the author of three books, Route 666: On The Road To Nirvana (St. Martin’s/Picador), Kiss This: Punk In the Present Tense, (St. Martin’s/Picador), and Exile In Guyville (Bloomsbury). She is the co-editor of Music/Video: Histories, Aesthetics, Media (Bloomsbury Academic) and is now editing the OxfordHandbook of Punk Rock. She holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University in Modern Thought & Literature (2011)....

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