This event was due for early October but due to Alert Level 2 has been postponed until 10 November. The event will only be held if we are at Level 1.
Revolutions per minute: The rise and fall of the counterculture in New Zealand
In the 2021 J.D. Stout Annual Stout Lecture, writer and cultural critic Nick Bollinger will talk about his research on the rise of the counterculture in this country and some of the reasons for its fall.
Nick Bollinger is a Wellington-based writer, critic and broadcaster. He has been a columnist and feature writer for the NZ Listener and presenter of the music review programme The Sampler on RNZ National. He is the author of How To Listen To Pop Music, 100 Essential New Zealand Albums and Goneville, a non-fiction book, which won the Adam Prize for Creative Writing in 2015.
Nick is currently the J.D. Stout Fellow at Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington, where he is researching and writing a book about the counterculture in New Zealand.
Date: Wednesday 10 November 2021
Time: 4.00pm to 5.30pm
Venue: MacLaurin Lecture Theatre MCLT102