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Wendy Hsu is a researcher, strategist, and educator who engages with hybrid research and organizing agendas for equality in arts, technology, and civic participation. A former ACLS Public Fellow, Hsu currently works as the digital strategist of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, providing research and strategy to redesign the department’s data and knowledge architecture. Hsu has served on the advisory committee for Cultural Research Network and the Society of Ethnomusicology Council. They also lead community-driven arts collectives included LA Listens currently funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. Since 2007, Hsu has taught at University of Virginia, Occidental College, and Art Center College of Design.

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5 responses to “Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam”

  1. […] note in English; and Thomas translated it into German. The essay is now posted. Here’s the article (auf Deutsch!) for those of you German readers out there. And for those you are fluent more so in English than in […]

  2. […] den Filmen «Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam» und «Fokofpolisiekar» (Fuck-Off-Police-Car) attackieren US-amerikanische Muslime und weisse […]

  3. […] there is, of course, more to these bands than their being Muslim. Wendy Hsu has written, “Over-emphasising the band members as ‘Muslim,’ the press has overlooked the non-Islamic sides of the […]

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