Dutch punk resources


Berkers, P. (2012). Rock Against Gender Roles: Performing Femininities and Doing Feminism Among Women Punk Performers in the Netherlands, 1976–1982. Journal of Popular Music Studies, 24(2), 155-175

Dutch libraries resources on punk, in Dutch and English

Dutch 1976-1982 punk bands with 1 or more female musicians

Dutch punk women 1976-1982 in non-musician roles like fanzine editor, sound mixer, manager, roadie, etc.

Dutch punk bands 1975-2010 overview

Fanzine resources at International Institute for Social History in Amsterdam

Foster, R. (2017). ‘Moderne Muziek’: Vinyl magazine and the Dutch post-punk movement, Punk & Post-Punk, Volume 6, Number 1, March 2017, 7-20(14).

Foster, R. (2017). “Afwijkende Mensen”: Understanding the Dutch Ultra Scene, Postgraduate Voices in Punk Studies: Your Wisdom, Our Youth, 55-67. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Foster, R. (2020). Too Fast to Live Too Young to Die: Punk & Post Punk Graphics 1976–1986, Andrew Krivine (2020), Punk & Post-Punk, Volume 9, Number 3, November 2020, pp. 571-573(3).

Foster, R. (2020). Mapping Subcultures from Scratch: Moving Beyond the Mythology of Dutch Post-Punk. In Researching Subcultures, Myth and Memory. London, Palgrave 215-232.

Lohman, K. Various publications.

List of Dutch squats, venues, etc.

Pruijt, H. (2016). Squatting in the Netherlands: The social and political institutionalization of a movement. In F. Anders, & A. Sedlmaier (Eds.), Public Goods versus Economic Interests: Global Perspectives on the History of Squatting (pp. 257–277). New York: Routledge.

Punk Scholars Network Netherlands Twitter account

Punk Scholars Network Netherlands Facebook account

Skov, M.A. The 1979 American Punk Art dispute: Visions of punk art between sensationalism, street art and social practice. In Punk & Post-Punk, Volume 9, Number 3, November 2020, pp. 443-466(24).