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Guide to the Tara Rodgers Pink Noises Riot Grrrl Collection MSS.456

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Creator: Rodgers, Tara, 1973-
Title: Tara Rodgers Pink Noises Riot Grrrl Collection
Dates [inclusive]: 1976-2015
Abstract: Tara Rodgers (1973-) (also known by her stage name Analog Tara) is a Washington DC based composer, historian and critic of electronic music. She is best known as the founder of, as well as her work as an academic and voice for women in the electronic music industry. The Tara Rodgers Pink Noises Riot Grrrl Collection features music and writing produced by or collected by Tara Rodgers related to her personal practice (including critiques, articles, and audio recordings), role in academia (essays, syllabi, event flyers), work at, and interest in the feminist electronic music scene (collection of magazines and zines, audio recordings).
Quantity: 4 Linear Feet in 2 record cartons, 2 manuscript boxes, 1 tall half manuscript box, 1 small flat box and 1 oversized folder in shared housing.
Location: Some materials in this collection are stored offsite and advance notice is required for use. Please contact at least two business days prior to your research visit to coordinate access.
Language: Materials are in English.
Call Phrase: MSS.456