"[Gaga Stigmata has] very modern, edgy photography to free flowing, urban narratives without censure to analytical essays, et cetera—like Gaga, imagination without ... limits. And the beauty is that anyone can submit work to the site, so artists and writers from all over the [world] have joined this experiment." -The Declaration.org

"Since March 2010, [Gaga Stigmata] has churned out the most intense ongoing critical conversation on [Lady Gaga]."
-Yale's The American Scholar

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Gaga Stigmata Updates



Gaga Stigmata was recently featured in an article by Victor P. Corona on Pop Matters. The piece, entitled "Gaga Studies," examines the ever-growing phenomenon of Lady Gaga as an academic subject. Corona also offers a defense against some of the most common criticisms of Gaga and her project. We wish to thank Davide Panagia for letting us know about this piece, and Victor P. Corona for crediting Gaga Stigmata. You can check out the article here.

Also, you can now officially "like" Gaga Stigmata on Facebook. We'll be using our Facebook page to keep our readers updated, and also to garner your opinions regarding various projects we're undertaking. There is also a discussion board available there for our readers to engage with one another, and ask the editors of Gaga Stigmata questions. Click here to "like" us on Facebook.

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