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“We Were Fucking Tourists, in the End”: Punk, Tourism, and Gentrification

  • Tyler SonnichsenEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter traces the history of punk tourism, looking at the role of underground music in understanding how tourism has changed through modern history. Punk also provides a valuable reference when understanding the impacts of gentrification on the urban landscapes of DC and Paris.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Tennessee at KnoxvilleKnoxvilleUSA

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