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Huge scope:

Social and historical grounding to “Remember Who’s Emma”

1. Social context in the 1990s – The decade punk broke (again)

2. The Toronto scene – and who is Emma?

2. 1. The Temporary Autonomous Zone (TAZ) vs. social anarchism

2. 2. The paradox of anarchist retail

2. 3. Youth identity production: Self Representation and media representation

2. 4. Events (shows and meetings) – rites of passage and turning points for Who’s Emma

2. 5. Waning collective participation: No future?

2. 6. Closing frustrations, but punk success in failure

3. Conclusion(s) to the social and historical grounding of Who’s Emma

Production process of the “Remember Who’s Emma” documentary project
4. Video catalyst – mobilization tool and historical record
5. Initial ideas: a participatory video database/archive documentary project
6. The value of narrative and tension between “Documentary” and new media

7. A new media resolution of expository and participatory documentary modes

8. Exhibition and events – the sociability of place

9. Dissemination and networking – creating a virtual place for Who’s Emma

CONCLUSION

It was important and pivotal in peoples lives. End.

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My defense is on Tuesday. I’m still in the process of reviewing and compiling the footage of the punk walking tour and the show that happened in the exhibition space. I will definitely post videos of those events soon. There’s some good footage, or at least I get a kick out of it.

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