The Critical Surf Studies Reader

Edited by Dexter Zavalza Hough-Snee & Alexander Sotelo Eastman

Cori Schumacher on Everything is Always Terrible radio show

Cori Schumacher is much, much more than a world champion surfer. She’s also a City Council Representative for her hometown of Carlsbad, California and an active participant in California state politics. Here she is, featured recently on Rory Parker’s Everything is Always Terrible podcast. In Episode 17, they discuss her active role in the Democratic party as well as surf. Oh yeah, and they also talk about the intersections of politics with surfing and Cori’s work in and on the Critical Surf Studies Reader! You can also catch previous interviews with Cori Schumacher on Everything is Always Terrible:

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«The Critical Surf Studies Reader» slated for Summer 2017 release!

We’re excited to announce that The Critical Surf Studies Reader is available for pre-order on the Duke University Press website! After several years of workshopping ideas, conference papers, conversations, chapter drafts, and intensive correspondence across four continents, the manuscript is finally typeset and ready for print. Formally included in Duke University Press’s Fall 2017 catalog, the book will be in print over the summer and available at a bookseller near you! For now, here’s a look at what the Fall 2017 Duke University Press catalog has to say about the volume, as well as a few choice words from the Godfather of surf […]

Glen Thompson, Stellenbosch University (Western Cape, South Africa)

Editor’s note: As the volume continues to take shape, we will be posting biographies and bibliographies of the many contributors to the volume. Links to full-text publications, journal websites, and contact information are provided where possible. We begin with Glen Thompson, Research Associate in the Department of History at Stellenbosch University, South Africa. Glen Thompson is a research associate in the Department of History at Stellenbosch University. In December 2014 he completed his PhD dissertation, which focused on surfing, gender and politics in South Africa (1960 – 2000s). He first started working on critical surfing and beach histories in 1996 after […]

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