Tiffany Naiman

professor of the course called "It's the Freakiest Show: David Bowie's Intertextual Imagination”

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David Bowie redefined what it meant to be a rockstar, particularly with his 1970 album “The Man Who Sold the World.”

David Bowie: How the glam rocker pushed the boundaries of gender expression

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