“Don’t Know Much About History, And We Don’t Care!” examines the terrors and pleasures of teaching a course on punk rock, a part of rock music history that is deeply felt yet mostly misunderstood—not just by students but instructors as well. Therein notions of consensus history and canonicity are undone by the reality that what is definitively “punk” depends on when and where you entered the discussion, and the postmodernist impulse of valuing a multiplicity of cultural arrangements for an understanding, albeit uneasy, of punk rock's inherent opposition to be musically and culturally circumscribed