Browse our publications below.

Palgrave Studies in the History of Subcultures and Popular Music

This series is international in scope and is designed to explore the social and political implications and development of subcultural forms; place youth cultures, subcultures and musical cultures in their historical, socio-economic and cultural context; assess the motivations and meanings applied to the aesthetics, actions and manifestations of youth and subcultures in national and international perspective.

In other words, the series builds on the pioneering work of the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS) established by Richard Hoggart in 1964 and developed by Stuart Hall and others thereafter. That is, to facilitate a genuinely cross-disciplinary and transnational outlet for a burgeoning area of academic study.

More information on the publications below and the opportunity to purchase them on theĀ Palgrave Macmillan website.