• The Cover of Herbs' First Pacific Reggae Album: Perusing the Paratext

      Turner, E (Art & Design, Communication Studies, and Business, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The cover of Herbs' award-winning EP What's Be Happen? is dominated by an image of the final day of the Bastion Point occupation in Ōrākei, Auckland on 25 May, 1978. Released in 1981, the album has been recognised in a ...
    • 'People Have the Power': Songs of Resistance in Late Modernity

      Guerra, P; Turner, E; Feixa, C (Cidades, Comunidades e Territórios, 2021)
      Where there were deserts I saw fountains/ Like cream the waters rise/ And we strolled there together/ With none to laugh or criticize/ And the leopard and the lamb/ Lay together truly bound/ I was hoping in my hoping/ To ...
    • Resistance, Protest and Configurations of Time, Space and Place in Herbs’ Pacific Reggae Songs

      Turner, E (Cidades, Comunidades e Territórios, 2021)
      This paper begins by exploring the notions of resistance and protest in popular music. Although the terms have been used in Anglophone discussions of popular music for some hundred years, there is a tendency to treat them ...