Dr Laura Way
Way, L. (2019) ‘”I don’t go to gigs to go to the gigs – I don’t give a shit about the gigs!” Exploring gig attendance and older punk women’ in Punk & Post Punk, 8(2): 257-269. Way, L. (2018) ‘Girls to the Front! Gender and Alternative Spaces’ in Holland, S. and Spracklen, K. (eds) Subcultures, Bodies and Marginalization: Essays on Alternativity and Marginalisation. Bingley: Emerald Publishing. Way, L. (2018) ‘Here’s Some Scissors, Here’s Some Glue, Now Go Make a Zine! – a teacher’s reflections on zine-making in the classroom’ in Dines, M., Parkinson, T. and Smith, G. (eds) Punk Pedagogies in Practice. London: Routledge. Way, L. And Dines, M. (2017)(eds) Your Wisdom, Our Youth: emerging voices in punk studies. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing Ltd. Way, L. (2014) ‘Playing A-Minor in the Punk Scene?’ in Worley, M. (ed) Fight Back: Punk, Politics and Resistance. Manchester: University Press.