Review Graffiti Grrlz!

The advanced copies are on their way to me, so let the shameless request for reviews of Graffiti Grrlz: Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora begin!

Do you want a free copy of my book? The best way to get one is to write a review!

Help me promote the book in academic, activist, and Hip Hop/graffiti writing circles!

@NYUPress will send hard copies to academic journals who will then pass them on to reviewers, but there is no reason to wait! Write the review editor for your favorite journal and ask them to let you review the book. If you are not an academic, but have a relationship with feminist or graffiti websites/organizations/publications that include book reviews or author interviews, NYU will send you a free PDF version of the book for that. Academics should contact journal book review editors (typically listed on the journal’s website) and anyone wanting to review for spaces beyond academic journals should message me and I’ll put you in touch with the right folks at NYU Press.

Graffiti Grrlz engages the following fields and topics:

  • #FeministStudies
  • #GraffitiStudies
  • #TransnationalFeminisms
  • #DigitalMediaStudies
  • #SubculturalStudies
  • #HipHopStudies
  • #VisualStudies
  • #PerformanceStudies
  • #MasculinityStudies

With a foreword by #Miss17 individual chapters in #GraffitiGrrlz address themes like:

  • #feminism and #masculinity
  • feminism as a verb
  • #performing #identity and the limitations of #representation
  • #genderperformance
  • #everyday life
  • #aesthetics and #politics
  • #digitalnetworks and #affect
  • #memory and #history
  • #graffiti crews and #community
  • #precarity and graffiti painting jams

Check out the Table of contents!

Not convinced yet? Check out the introductory chapter ! Listen to my appearance on @AcademicMinute or maybe my keynote for the Wall Therapy event or even my @TEDWomen talk!

Thank you for helping me promote Graffiti Grrlz, and getting these stories out into the world!

 

 

Author: Jessica N. Pabón-Colón

Dr. Jessica N. Pabón-Colón is an Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at SUNY New Paltz. She published her first book—Graffiti Grrlz: Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora— with NYU Press in June 2018.

3 thoughts on “Review Graffiti Grrlz!

  1. Hi there. Could you change the email address you  have for me to my new one please? It’s luckylucy1r@protonmail.com Thanks! Congrats on your book. Best regards,Lucy

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